Bucatini noodles are very similar to Spaghetti, but they're hollow through the center. They're named after "Bucato," which means "pierced." These long, narrow tubes are popular in Rome, Naples, and Liguarian dishes, and are perfect in rich, buttery sauces. Elevate your next meal with Pastiﬁcio Gentile Bucatini IGP!
Pasta Gentile bears the PGI (IGP) mark (Protected Geographical Indication) which promotes and protects its name and recognizes its highest quality. The mark ensures that only products genuinely originating in a specific region are allowed to be identified as such in commerce.
Cooking Time: 15 min.
Product of Italy
- sardine sauce
- grocery store varieties
Very pleased. Our favorite pasta
Now you can savor real Amatriciana, Gricia, but also excellent with pesto, tuna sauce, sardine sauce, and ragù. Besides, a uniquely presented gift.
This noodle will hold any sauce you put it in. I made it plain with my pasta water, olive oil, parsley, garlic and sundried tomatoes. A slice of crusty bread and everyone is pleased.
very good plan on purchasing again
Excellent. I haven’t eaten it yet but it arrived in great condition