Malloreddus Zafferano


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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 “malloru” 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)

cooking time 8/10 minmalloreddus_2



Durum wheat semolina, water, saffron.

Nutritional average value (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