The traditional risoni, kesako? These are Supersec & organic Greek pasta!
We call it that because it looks a lot like rice. They can also be found under the name of Orzo or kritharaki.
Used as a salad base or cooked with a good tomato sauce and chorizo, they will change you from your classic pasta shells...
INFO FLASH: They are made in Macedonia by Irini, according to a traditional recipe from Pontos, a family heirloom. They include the use of an ancient variety of wheat (“Zeas”) and the passing of the pasta in the oven after drying. Which apparently changes the structure of the starch. »
Composition: durum wheat semolina, water, salt.
Net weight: 350g