Bucatini Spaghetti

Bucatini Spaghetti

Bucatini Spaghetti is a particularly thick spaghetti variety, which is mainly used in southern Italy. Bucatini Spaghetti are made from hard wheat and water. The surface is slightly roughened so that the sauce is well absorbed. Bucatini spaghetti are as long as spaghetti and, like the thicker macaroni, also belong to the tube noodles.

All data per 100 g:
362 kcal
70 g
13 g
3 g

Recipes with Bucatini Spaghetti

Bucatini al amatriciana
Bucatini al amatriciana The name of this dish comes from the village Amatrice, which lies in the border area between Abruzzo and Lazio. It's a hearty and fiery dish. ...
Ragu napoletano
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