Ziti di Gragnano


The name ziti (or zite) has a rather unusual origin. Once upon a time, unmarried women were required to stay at home on Sunday mornings instead of attending mass, and prepare the pasta for lunch. This long tubular shape took their name, zite (spinster). They should be broken by hand before cooking. The classic accompaniment – of course – is Neapolitan ragout.


pack 500 gr


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Weight0,5 kg