Spaghetti Chitarra 2.2 lbs
The squared edges on this pasta are your first clue that it’s a little different from your usual spaghetti. So named because it is made using a chitarra, literally “guitar,” which cuts the pasta dough with wires that look like a guitar’s strings, spaghetti chitarra is a specialty from Abruzzo, where it’s traditionally served with a meaty ragu or little meatballs called pallottine. its rustic edges absorb any sauce you toss it in. Produced by third-generation members of the Setaro family, who have been making pasta in Torre Annunziata for more than 80 years, this is high in nutrients and exceptionally flavored.
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