Sagne ‘ncannulate is a type of pasta from Puglia, Italy that is made with a thin and flat sheet of dough. The dough is cut into strips and then folded over itself to create the shape of the pasta. The name of this pasta type comes from the Italian word “sagnette” which means “arrow”.
Sagne torte is an Italian dish that has its roots in Puglia. It consists of a batter made with eggs that is poured over thin, flat pasta sheets which are then folded in layers to create a cake-like consistency.
Sagne ‘ncannulate fior di grano is made from wheat grains milled and cultivated in Italy, and comes in a 400g package.
Allergens: Gluten, Mustard, Soy. Moisture at origin 12.50%. Shelf life is two years from production.