Since 1886, De Cecco has been making the perfect “al dente” pasta that brings the authentic taste of Italy to your table. The pale yellow semolina flour used for kneading preserves the gluten integrity and guarantees a sweeter taste. Bronze drawing is also a special process of De Cecco, where the pasta takes it shape.
Bucatini (also called Perciatelli) are originally from Naples and have an elongated shape with a round cross section and are hollow inside. Bucatini all'Amatriciana are famous with tomato sauce, pork cheek and a sprinkling of pecorino romano (sheep's cheese). This type of pasta is quite versatile and also excellent with sauces made with butter, meat or fish. Bucatini are perfect with vegetable sauces too that are prepared with a tomato sauce with peppers, aubergines, courgettes, olives and capers.