Benedetto Cavalieri Crazy Wheels

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Crazy wheels: what a strange name! This pasta shape is one of the most famous of Benedetto Cavalieri, and it's well known all over the world. Crazy wheels are made through a long "delicate" process of kneading, pressing, brass wire-drawing and drying at a low temperature.

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IngredientsSemola di grano duro; ALLERGENI: cereali contenenti glutine (grano, segale, orzo, avena, farro, kamut, o i loro ceppi ibridati) e prodotti derivati.
Suitable forVegani
Nutritional infoEnergia kJ 1590, Grassi 1,5g di cui 0,3g saturi, Carboidrati 71,5g di cui 3,6g zuccheri, Fibre 2,5g, Proteine 12,5g, Sale 0
Cooking12-13 minuti

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Crazy wheels: what a strange name! This pasta shape is one of the most famous of Benedetto Cavalieri, and it's well known all over the world. Crazy wheels are made through a long "delicate" process of kneading, pressing, brass wire-drawing and drying at a low temperature.
Benedetto Cavalieri Pasta
With its well known expertise in the field of farming and flour milling, Benedetto Cavalieri opened its first pasta factory in 1918. Its name was Molino and Pastificio Benedetto Cavalieri, and its aim was to produce high quality durum wheat and wholemeal flour pasta coming from wheat grown and selected among the sunkissed fields of Puglia and Basilicata.
Since then, the password was:


“TOP QUALITY PASTA CARRYING NAME AND SURNAME” !


Since its foundation, Benedetto Cavalieri pasta factory focuses on innovation and quality applying the most modern machineries to knead, press and brass-wire drawing. Furhtermore, pasta is dryed. Long time ago, pasta was dried on the road. Benedetto Cavalieri decided to use the Cirillo Method, that consists in drying pasta in specific rooms with a warm water radiator and a big fan. The chief pasta maker used to decide for how long pasta had to dry and when it could be considered ready. In the Fifties, Benedetto decides to pass the batom to his son Andrea, who keeps unchanged his father's devotion but adds approach to its managing.
The list of awards given to the company both in Italy and abroad during its over 30 years if life is long.
Since 2005, Cavalieri's pasta factory is a learning centre of the Culinary Arts University of Pollenzo (Piemonte), an exclusive school attended by students for all over the world.

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Crazy wheels: what a strange name! This pasta shape is one of the most famous of Benedetto Cavalieri, and it's well known all over the world. Crazy wheels are made through a long "delicate" process of kneading, pressing, brass wire-drawing and drying at a low temperature.

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