Monograno Felicetti - Pasta Multiple Options, 500g

Monograno Felicetti - Matt Durum Wheat Fusilloni, 500g
   Monograno Felicetti - Matt Durum Wheat Spaghettoni, 500g
Monograno Felicetti - Pennoni Il Cappelli, 500g
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Monograno Felicetti - Pasta Multiple Options, 500g

Brand - Monograno Felicetti
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Quick Description

Indulge with these silky pasta shapes from Monograno Felicetti. The Fusilloni, Spaghettoni, and Pennoni are ideal for a range of luxury vegan pasta dishes.

Key Information

  • Vegan-Friendly Product
  • Contains Gluten 
  • 100% Natural Ingredients 
  • No Added Colourings or Additives

Product Overview

Using the skill and expertise of Italian cooks, this multiple choice of pasta from Monograno Felicetti will bring the taste of Italy to your home. These pasta varieties are all you need to create a range of delicious and comforting vegan dishes.

Monograno Felicetti is all about simplicity and authenticity. Using one type of wheat and a single mill to grind together their flours, each one of their kinds of pasta goes through little (if any!) processing.

Not only this, all of the water that is used in the Monograno Felicetti pasta factory is sourced from a natural spring, guaranteeing that the dough receives all of the natural minerals that it needs. This means that all of the natural and traditional flavours of pasta can be found in every bite. Molto bene! 

On top of this, through limited processing and keeping all of the distinct natural flavours of the wheat grain, Monograno Felicetti’s multiple choices of pasta make a healthier alternative to other pastas on the market. So what are you waiting for?

Matt Durum Wheat Fusilloni

Carefully cut in the traditional shape of a Fusilloni pasta, this Matt Durum Wheat Fusilloni comes in a much-loved twisted form that we all know too well making it the ideal choice for all of your favourite vegan pasta dishes.

No dyes, nor any artificial flavours or colourings have been used in the making of this pasta giving you a beautiful, distinct matte finish. Each morsel of Fusilloni retains all of the natural flavour of the Durum Wheat. It could easily be enjoyed on its own, flavoured simply with a drop of Organic Olive Oil, as well as some salt and pepper for an easy, comforting dish.

Matt Durum Wheat Spaghettoni

Thanks to minimal processing this beautiful Matt Durum Wheat Spaghettoni has a rougher and more textured surface than most other pasta that you will find on the market. Cook for ten minutes in salted water (“salty like the sea”) for a fine and delicate Spaghettoni which captures all of the natural deliciousness of the Durum Wheat.

Best enjoyed alongside a hearty tomato and herb-based sauce, this Spaghettoni from Monograno Felicetti lends itself nicely to a variety of Vegan pasta dishes. 

Pennoni Il Cappelli

These extra-large pasta pieces are a wonderful choice for all of your richer or heavier pasta sauce adventures. The generous size of the Pennoni II Cappelli means that it can hold all of the more intense flavours of a daringly spicy pasta sauce. 

But never fear! Despite their size, this pasta range from Monograno Felicetti can be enjoyed guilt-free. Thanks to hardly any processing, this pasta keeps all of the natural goodness and flavour of the wheat grain. Delicious! 


Matt Durum Wheat Fusilloni
Organic Matt Durum Wheat Semolina, Water.

Matt Durum Wheat Spaghettoni
Organic Matt Durum Wheat Semolina, Water.

Pennoni Il Cappelli
Organic Matt Durum Wheat Semolina, Water.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which pasta shape for which dish?

The question on everyone’s lips that never seems to be asked. It can often feel difficult to know which shaped pasta to pair with which sauce. There are, of course, the obvious pairings. Spaghetti and Bolognese, or Rigatoni for a baked Ziti. Others, however, can be more complicated. 

Here’s the golden rule. Italian chefs generally recommend that the lighter or the more delicate the sauce, the better that it is to use a thinner pasta whereas if you are using a thick or heavy sauce it is better to go for a larger pasta (like the Pennoni II Cappelli) so that it can hold all of the flavour. Voilà!