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.
Rigatoni, which is a typical type of traditional pasta from Rome, have the characteristic ridged external surface and a large diameter and thickness. The shape is particularly versatile and is perfect with a variety of tomato or vegetable sauces, but the best condiments are sauces made from meat: slow-cooked sauces with meat and mushrooms, made from beef and pork, sausage or giblets. The recipe with pajata (calf intestines) is a classic dish. Any type of sauce that is sufficiently liquid to get inside the pasta and be trapped by the ridges is recommended.