Garofalo Spaghetti Alla Chitarra is a special pasta of Abbruzzese tradition and it’s name means Guitar strings. Similar to spaghetti but with a square cross-section, it’s significant thickness and rough texture enriches the taste of sauces. Thanks to its great porosity, it embraces condiments to perfection. The traditional Neapolitan recipe that is best with this shape is Spaghetti Alla Chitarra con Pomodoro Fresco (with fresh tomato sauce).
Garofalo was established in 1789 in Gragnano, the homeland of pasta. The climatic conditions of the area are perfect for drying pasta, and the presence of spring water that originally fed the mills, made Gragnano the ideal place for the production of pasta.
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