The Malloreddus are a traditional product of Sardinia, mainly from Campidano, with a lengthened shape of empty cane with the back characterized by parallel reliefs (striped).
Their name derives from the dialect term of â€œmalloruâ€ that means bull, since their paunchy form remembers the belly of the calves (malloreddus = small calves).
In Sardinia the Malloreddus are considered the first dish of the great occasions, Sundays, Christmas or Easter and are usually seasoned with very rich and tasty sauces.
Bronze-drawn pasta, Slow Drying
Packaging 500g (1,1 lb)
Durum wheat semolina, water, saffron.
Nutritional average valueÂ (for 100 g of product):
Energy value: 357 Kcal / 1512 Kj
Fat: 1,4 g
Carbohydrate: 72 g
Protein: 12,5 g
Fibre: 3 g
Sodium: 0,003 g