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Derived from the Old Italian word fettucce (string), fettuccine refers to flat pasta sheets cut into ribbon-like strands. Fettuccine is wider than linguine, and therefore better for catching tomato, cream and meat sauces. This decorated piece of food take an average time of 7 to 9 minutes to cook in boiling water.
Durum Wheat Semolina Water
Store in a cool, dry and hygienic place
Artisan Pasta, 100% Eggless and made from Durum Whole Wheat Semolina (No Maida)
Slow Drying process and use of Bronze dies for manufacturing pasta
Rich in Fibre, High in Proteins, Zero Cholesterol
Available in 500gr packs
Use 5 litres of salted water for 500g of pasta. Add pasta to the boiling water and stir occasionally for the cooking time indicated. When cooked, drain and add the desired sauce.