Bucatini - Rustichella d'Abruzzo

Bucatini 500 g

9,40 € / kg

In stock



Bucatini are pastas of a length and a diameter similar to those of the spaghettoni. They differ from these last ones by their tubular shape. Bucatini are natives of the region of Naples and of Liguria. Their name comes from Italian buco, which means hole. Bucatini are generally served with a butter sauce or a sauce all'amatriciana.


Durum wheat semolina, water.


Abruzzo, Italy


Rustichella d'Abruzzo


Rustichella d'Abruzzo: a nature and a taste to discover. In the region of Abruzzo, the green heart of Europe, small-scale production workshops Rustichella d'Abruzzo use the best natural ingredients to prepare with the care of the past, durum wheat semolina pasta in traditional and special formats.

Indeed, the exclusive use of the mold bronze gives pasta its inequalities to better absorb sauces and low temperature drying preserves the nutritional value of pasta and the taste of wheat during cooking.


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cook with talent

For every 100 grams of dry pasta :

  • Add 10 grams of salt to 1 litre of water (preferably not hard water)
  • Boil the water slowly
  • Pour the pasta in and turn up the stove, so that boiling is faster
  • Stir with a wooden utensil and let the pasta cook for 10 to 12 minutes
  • When ready, add a cup of cold water and drain

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