The Malloreddus are a traditional product of Sardinia, in particular from the Campidano, (Southwest area of Sardinia) with an elongated shape of an empty stick with the back characterized by ridges - they are often referred to as Sardinian Gnocchi.
Their name comes from the dialect term Malloru, that is, bull, as their paunchy shape recalls the belly of calves (Malloreddus = calves).
In Sardinia, the Malloreddus are the first course of big occasions, on Sundays, Christmas or Easter and are seasoned with very rich and tasty sauces.
Bronze-drawn, slow drying
Packaging 1.1 pound
Cooking time 8/10 min
Ingredients: 100% sardinian durum wheat semolina, water.
Made and imported from Italy