Bronze die pasta with the 1881 brand meets the highest quality standards that in turn have a positive impact on goodness on authenticity alike. This pasta is made exclusively with Italian wheat which is subject to stringent controls and dried at low temperatures. This processing method perfectly combines the needs of a modern and growing company with more traditional methods.
At the end of the eighteenth century, together with the "pummarola", they become the dish sold on the street that feeds the population. Some will remember the lunch of the charming Ingrid Bergman in Roberto Rossellini's Journey to Italy in 1953, to arrive at the significant scene of Totò eating spaghetti with his hands in the 1954 film Miseria e nobiltà by Mario Mattoli. But the most famous pasta dish in the world is the bowl of spaghetti consumed by Alberto Sordi in An American in Rome, the famous 1954 film by Steno. confirming its universality.
Our EGG LASAGNE | N ° 191 are part of the large selection of Pasta ARRIGHI produced only and exclusively with durum wheat semolina and, in this case, the addition of egg. They are a tribute to the Italian culinary TRADITION par excellence. The flat and full-bodied dough gives structure to the dish since the times of the most ancient and famous Greek philosophers.