Derived from the italian word “Farfalla“ meaning a butterfly, Farfalle is an extremely popular bow tie shape pasta in the horizon. It is said to be made for the first time in 1500s in Northern Italy. We are privileged to have the first of it’s kind produced locally, leading in innovation!
Farfalle is used in a very wide variety of dishes – it is ideal for soups, tomato and cream dishes, baked dishes (such as casseroles because it bakes and holds its shape well) or Farfalle pasta salads. This type of pasta is chewy and flavourish, especially as it is made from hard durum wheat so it also can be enjoyed plain.
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