Since 1950. Cook 9 min. Made with bronze plates. 100% Whole Grain: 20 g or more per serving. WholeGrainsCouncil.org. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily. 100% whole wheat pasta. USDA organic. Our Pasta: Our authentic Italian, whole wheat pasta begins in the durum wheat fields of Puglia, Italy where climate & soil produce premium organic grain. Expertly milled, our whole wheat flour is finely ground for the texture of semolina, while retaining all of its healthy, whole wheat goodness. The flour is kneaded slowly with cool, spring water and extruded using bronze plates. The unique, coarse surface that results will hug your favorite sauce & enhance the flavor of your dishes. With a traditional method of slow drying at low temperatures, DeLallo pasta retains its fresh-bread taste and cooks al dente every time. At DeLallo, we use only one ingredient: 100% organic whole wheat. No additives or enriched flour. Orzo means barley in Italian, referring to its small, barley-like shape. Not just a soup cut, this versatile pastina stars in salads & sautes. Visit delallo.com for these recipes and more. www.delallo.com. Certified organic by ICEA. Vegan, nut free. Produced & packed in Italy. Made in Italy.
16 oz (1 lb) 454 g x 16
2 oz dry
about 8 per pack
Cooking Preparation: Pasta by the Pound: 1. Bring 5 quarts of water to a rolling boil. 2. Before pasta, add approx. 1/4-cup salt, never oil. 3. Add pasta to water and stir. 4. To bring water back up to a boil, cover with lid. 5. Once boiling, remove lid, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking. Cook for approx 9 minutes. 6. Drain (never rinse) and immediately toss with desired sauce in a saucepan. 7. Cook together for about 2 minutes on high heat to marry flavors, and serve. Tips for Perfect Pasta: Cooking pasta is not an exact science. Continually check your pasta for al dente texture. Remove pasta from water just before it is done, as it will continue to cook once drained. Save 1-2 cups of pasta water to enhance your sauces. For oil-based sauces, adding pasta water smoothes & loosens sauce to help coat pasta. For red sauces, adding pasta water helps extend thicker sauces.
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