Full of fresh asparagus flavor in every bite, this creamy tagliatelle pasta recipe is a lovely way to bring spring into your kitchen!
Ribbons of Authentic Grain
With a touch of sweetness, herbal hints, sunkissed grain, and ascents of cinnamon, Bona Furtuna Tagliatelle provides a great al dente texture and elastic structure. Representative to what humans have been eating for thousands of years and easy for digestion, feel the nutritional benefits of ancient grain pasta in every bite. Classically served with rich, meat-based sauces, savor Tagliatelle with “Ragu alla Bolognese.”
Ancient Grain Meets Modern Technology
Bona Furtuna Ancient Grain Pasta celebrates the spirit of Italian land and tradition. Sicily’s rich climate presents ideal growing conditions for many crops, including 100% organic, non-GMO grain. Tumminia, Perciasacchi and Russello are sublime heirloom wheat grains that grow tall, develop strong elasticity and create an authentic al dente texture in each noodle. Using modern practices, grain is ground domestically, rinsed minimally and repeatedly milled. Next, our Italian artisan heirloom pasta is shaped in bronze dies, cut by hand, and placed on racks to air dry in the Mediterranean breeze.
Delicious with a variety of sauces!
Great pasta. good service. prompt delivbery
Of course there are other pastas made in Italy that claim to be the best...several are mass distributed. But Bona Fortuna is true artisanal, old world Italian pasta. You can taste the distinct flavor during the first forkful. You'll be pleasantly surprised and feel as if you're eating in a Tuscan inn.
Grazie mille, Stephen! Our team loved reading your kind words. Mangiamo!
Exquisite pasta - beautiful visually, with delicious flavor and perfect texture. Mille Grazie!!!
Grazie Ihor! We're so grateful for your kind review- we have the best customers and that inspires our team to keep working hard to make the best Sicilian fare that we can!
Loved this pasta. Served with a simple lemon (cream, butter, zest, lemon juice, Parmesan) sauce. Perfection
Margaret, that sounds like a delicious summer pasta! Grazie!