Spinosiniby Vincenzo Spinosi
In 2000 Vincenzo Spinosi was looking for an original product to celebrate the new millennium: he came up with this rather unusual shaped pasta in a joint project with the Faculty of Agriculture in Ancona. Spinosini are like ‘spaghetti alla chitarra’, they hold their shape and are very versatile, going well with any sauce, whether it be meat, fish or vegetable. The name comes from the affectionate nickname given to the Spinosi boys, Marco and Riccardo: the Spinosini! Today Spinosini are popular the world over. Watch the video!
250 g (for 4 people)
Country of production and milling of wheat
Shelf life at room temperature
<12.5% at origin
Nutritional values for 100 g
1617 kJ/382 Kcal
Of which saturated fatty acids
Of which sugars
Durum wheat semolina, fresh eggs 33,4%.
It may contain traces of soy and mustard.