Organic Saffron Malloreddus

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Sfoglini Organic Saffron Malloreddus
2 reviews

Organic Saffron Malloreddus

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Add a little saffron to malloreddus and you get this pasta so rich in flavor, you'll keep coming back for seconds.

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  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Vegan

Maybe it's just us, but we love hearing about the history of pasta! This Saffron Malloreddus is a Sardinian specialty pasta that comes in a yellow-orange color. For centuries, the Italian island of Sardinia was known for coloring pale pasta with saffron, hence how this pasta came to be! We love eating this pasta because the saffron really makes us feel like we're in Italy.

Sfoglini pastas are made with organic grains from North American farms and packaged with love in New York's very own Hudson Valley.

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How it does good

Working with local American farms to make pasta the Italian way

Made with American ingredients and Italian techniques, Sfoglini pastas are the best of both worlds. What is the Italian technique, you might ask? It's traditional bronze dies and slow-drying the pasta for optimal flavors and nutrients. And it makes the texture rough, so your delicious sauce actually sticks to the pasta and doesn't just slide off! Plus, "pasta made in New York's Hudson Valley" just has a nice ring to it, don't you think?