Malloreddus gnocchi from Sardinia Zoom

Malloreddus gnocchi from Sardinia

Weight:   1 pack of 500 gr.
Description:   Malloreddus, known as Sardinian gnocchetti, are a type of pasta typical of Sardinian cuisine. They have the shape of small striped shells, about 2 cm long and are prepared with semolina flour and water. The term "malloreddus" in Sardinian means calves: in fact, in the peasant imagination, the small and slightly bulbous shape of this pasta took the form of small calves. You can taste them seasoned with various sauces: sausage ragù (Malloreddus alla Campidanese), pork and mushroom ragù (Malloreddus alla barbaricina) or fish ragù. Cooking time: 5 minutes.
Ingredients:   Durum wheat semolina, water, salt. Contains gluten.
Nutritional values ​​for 100 gr:

Energy value 1478 kj / 353 kcal
Lipids 0.7 gr (of which saturated 0.2 gr)
Carbohydrates 72.5 gr (of which sugars 3 gr)
Protein 14.2 gr
Salt 0.02 gr
Conservation:   After opening, store in a cool and dry place.



3,90 €