Fusilli Semolina Pasta
Admit it: fusilli is fun. The ringlets of pasta look like little springs. And the taste? We wouldn't say it's "fun" per se but it definitely brings us joy. Semolina's box is one of our favorites because it's made the right way for the perfect texture. They source their ingredients from organic farms around the U.S. and work hard to limit their carbon footprint throughout the manufacturing process. We're 99% sure we can taste the difference, too. Or maybe that's Grandma's secret sauce recipe? Either way, we're going back for another bowl full.
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About the Brand
Semolina Artisanal Pasta
Leah Ferrazzani launched Semolina Artisanal Pasta in October 2014 out of her home kitchen, converting her laundry room into a makeshift pasta dryer using some consumer electronics and a lot of moxie. Now based in Northwest Pasadena, Semolina's pastas are sold all over the country. Semolina’s pastas are proof that great pasta doesn't have to be imported from Italy. They strive to make a product that is simply good, and because it’s made locally, good for the environment and the community. As part of that commitment, they plan to donate a portion of our profits to community organizations that focus on food justice, preservation and education.Shop Brand
How to use
Break out the pesto, alfredo, or red sauce, this curly fusilli will soak it up like a champ.
What People Are Saying
- Chicken Marsala
Points for Pasta
This pasta is the best. It is light, soft and easy to digest. It was delicious with our Chicken Marsala dish!
Watch the clock for al dente perfection
As a Sicilian, I'm picky about pasta. This is worth the price. Highly recommend pairing with the Classic Vodka Tomato Sauce. You'll feel like a world-class chef with minimal effort. Just be sure to watch the clock -- would remove from boiling water at 4-5 minutes (not 5+ that's recommended) for that beautiful al dente bite.