This Fusilli Pasta is a traditional Italian macaroni
This pasta's shape makes it easy to pair it with rich and creamy pasta sauces.
Enjoy fusilli in pasta bakes, salads, and more.
Rustichella D'Abruzzo brings the ancient art of pasta-making to your table from Abruzzo, Italy. Fusilli, which come from Naples, are corkscrew-shaped and are one of the most popular types of pasta there.
The spiral shape of fusilli makes a lot of little spaces that are great for holding on to rich, creamy cheese sauces, but this classic dish can be served with any sauce. Fusilli are thick, so they also don't get mushy when baked or chilled for pasta salad.
Enjoy a simple fusilli pasta dish with a robust tomato sauce, Italian sausage, and red pepper flakes. Use al dente fusilli to prepare a zesty pasta salad. Or even try a comforting Italian macaroni and cheese recipe.
Durum wheat semolina, water
17.6 oz (500 g)
Product of Italy