Conchiglie Rigate N⁰ 393

Conchiglie comes from the Italian word conchiglia, which means seashell. In English, the root word “conch” gives you an image of a conch shell, making it easier to imagine the pasta shape.

Unique pasta shapes contribute more than just aesthetic appeal to various dishes. They also serve a special function. For conchiglie, the seashell shape helps the pasta retain the flavor of the sauce.

This variety goes amazingly well with thick sauces, such as tomato, meat, and heavy cream. Cook the pasta al dente and toss it in with the sauce and meat of your choice. It also goes well with shrimp and roasted tomatoes.




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Conchiglie Rigate N⁰ 393