Our love for pasta has led us to create a wide range of Gourmet products, including whole wheat, millets and quinoa, which has made us the leading wholesale pasta retailer in India. We have also created a range of sauces to make your taste experience complete.


Gustora's Artisanal Pasta Range


Pasta Cooking Tips

  • Boiling Water

    Always cook pasta in a very large pan of salted, boiling water. If you don't give the pasta enough space to move in the pan, it will stick together- Italians say the water should be as salty as the sea to flavour the pasta.

  • No Oil in Water

    There is no need to add oil to your pasta when cooking. It won't prevent it from sticking together, and will just end up down the drain.

  • Early Drain

    Don't cook the pasta all the way through in the water. Instead, drain it when it still has a little bite, then add to the sauce and continue cooking for a few minutes more until the pasta is cooked and has absorbed a little of the sauce.

  • Mixing Tricks

    In Italy, the pasta and sauce are always combined in a wide pan to ensure every piece of pasta is coated and sauce fills the crevices of the pasta shape.

  • More Flavour

    When draining the pasta, make sure you save a cup of the pasta water. Then, when you add the pasta to the sauce, splash in a little of the water if it looks too dry. The starch in the water will help the sauce cling to the pasta.

  • Salt to Perfection

    The perfect ratio of salt to pasta to water is "10-100-1000". 10 to cook 100 grams of pasta in 1000 milliliters of water (1000 ml = 1 liter)