Linguine De Cecco is a type of pasta that originates from Italy and is known for its long, flat, and thin shape. It is similar in shape to spaghetti but is wider and flattened.De Cecco is a brand of pasta that has been producing high-quality pasta since 1886. The company is known for using high-quality durum wheat semolina, which is considered one of the best types of wheat for pasta making, and traditional methods of pasta production.
- Linguine De Cecco is made from durum wheat semolina and water, and it has a slightly rough texture that helps sauces adhere to it.
- It is commonly used in Italian cuisine, particularly with seafood dishes and light, tomato-based sauces. It can also be used in salads, soups, and casseroles.
- To cook Linguine De Cecco, it is typically boiled in salted water until it is al dente, which means it is cooked through but still firm to the bite. It is important not to overcook the pasta, as it can become mushy and lose its texture.
Wheat. May contain traces of soy
Nutritional Information per 100g
Energy (kJ): 1490
Energy (kcal): 351
Protein (g): 14
Carbohydrate (g): 69,
of which sugars (g): 3.4
Fat (g): 1.5,
of which saturates (g): 0.3
Salt (g): 0
Fibre (g): 2.9
Lactose Free: Yes
Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes
Suitable for Vegan: Yes
Gluten Free: No
Store away from heat sources and from daylight and avoid damp places
Bring water to a boil and add a pinch of salt and the linguine. Stir from time to time. Cook for 10-12 minutes, drain and season.
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