Italian name, Greek flavor, unique color. Greek semolina from the heart of wheat, kneaded with spinach, beetroot and red pepper dipped in cuttlefish ink. They take shape in authentic bronze mol..
It’s mainly associated with the Greek populations of the Middle East –the Greeks of Pontus, Asia Minor and Cappadocia made petoura late every summer. Petoura looks like hilopites pasta, but it’s wider, strongly rese..
According to the history of gastronomy, this popular pasta, with its cylindrical shape, was named after writing pens replacing bird feathers, which were used for writing for centuries. Nowadays, the famous pasta are ideal for dis..