This pasta shape is an ancient speciality created with the artisan knowledge of Neapolitan pasta makers: Garofalo Mafalde are perfect for the most elaborate recipes.
The bronze drawing combined with the pasta’s curled shape at the edges and flat central part guarantees high quality. A unique tactile experience in the mouth. Even after being plated, it maintains excellent colour and shape.
Bronze drawn, rough surface, resistant and always al dente.
Thoughts and inspirations
According to tradition, the master pasta maker who created the shape of Mafalde pasta wanted to give them this name in honour of the princess Mafalda of Savoy, born in November 1902. The elegance of its shape makes you think of a queenly dish, and in fact they are also called Reginette (regina means queen in Italian).
Ingredients: Durum wheat semolina and water.
Cooking Time: 8 minutes