Tagliatelle are much-loved by Italians throughout Italy. They are very popular in Emilia where they are usually prepared with a meat sauce. Their name comes from the verb ‘tagliare’, which means ‘to cut’. Tagliatelle are around 5 mm wide. They are made with durum wheat semolina and 100% Italian fresh eggs.
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.