Passatelli started off as peasant food, mostly made by farmers using old bread and cheese to make a meal. As time went by, bread was substituted with bread crumbs and the cheese used was only parmesan. The ingredients are gently mixed together by hand then placed in a ricer to give their distinctive shape. Passatelli are traditionally served in broth but with the creativity of modern chefs, can also be served with sauces such as ragout.
Energy Content: 286 Kcal
Energy Content: 1196 kJ
Total Fat: 15g/100g
Saturated Fatty acids: 7g/100g
All Purpose flour, pasteurised eggs, parmesan cheese, bread crumbs, salt, nutmeg. Store between 0°-4° celsius. The product must be eaten after cooking.