This Bucatini Pasta is like a thick, hollow spaghetti
The wheat used to prepare Mancini pastas are harvested yearly in the Le Marche region of Central Italy.
Enjoy this authentic bucatini in a variety of classic Italian dishes.
The wheat for Mancini pasta is harvested yearly in Le Marche in central-eastern Italy. They believe each season in the region is unique and imparts its own distinct characteristics on the wheat, depending on local factors like the yearly climate. Each package of Mancini pasta shows the harvest year so customers can experience a moment in time in Le Marche.
Part of Mancini’s Classic Line pastas, the Mancini Bucatini is a long pasta noodle with a hollow center. The empty center absorbs creamy, rich carbonara and alfredo, and picks up all of the flavor of bolognese and amatriciana sauces.
Enjoy these bucatini noodles in a variety of classic Italian pasta recipes. Serve an al dente pasta dish with a robust tomato sauce or fragrant white wine sauce. Or try cooked bucatini in a pasta salad with extra virgin olive oil, vinegar, and cherry tomatoes. You can even use pecorino cheese and black pepper to prepare a cacio e pepe-inspired dish.
Durum wheat semolina, water
17.63 oz/500 grams
Product of Italy