£2£2.7540p per 100g
100% Durum Wheat Semolina.
From Gragnano near Naples in Italy.
Suitable for Vegetarians.
Garofalo has been making pasta for over 300 years in Gragnano near Naples in Italy, the home of pasta.
Made from 100% robust desert durum wheat and shaped using a bronze die gives Garofalo pasta its premium taste and texture.
Fusilli Lunghi, a long corkscrew shaped pasta. Such a wonderful shape adults and children will love this wiggly looking spaghetti!
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per 100 g|
|of which saturates||0,2 g|
|of which sugars||3,0 g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (35)
Tastes amazing and is just so fun - the children love it and it adds a fabulous texture and look to any pasta dish. Will definitely purchase again. Really good value as its a big packet too
It seems the recipe has changed. This pasta used to be lovely and thick with a dusting of flour. Now theyre noticeably thinner and a bit too brittle. Theyre still ok but defo not the same quality. I imagine this might be a result of the global recession.
The best pasta ever!!
I absolutely love this pasta with homemade sauce made with some finely sliced leeks, celery, and mushrooms. Add a little olive oil and butter to a saucepan and cook the celery and leeks with some fennel seeds, then add the sliced mushrooms and simmer. Mix together with a little boiled water two teaspoons of Waitrose porcini mushroom pasta sauce, a teaspoon of miso paste and a little truffle paste heat through with the above and then add to the cooked pasta. Serve with grated parmigiana and salad.
We love this pasta
Even just served simply, with butter, salt, and pepper, it is perfection
The best pasta!
We've always loved Fusilli lunghi but it used to be really hard to find, so we're so happy that Ocado has it, and Garofalo is the best!
I bought this for a change as it had such good reviews and I really like the tricolour penne by the same brand. I used instead of linguine when cooking seafood but found it didn’t hold the sauce particularly well. Perhaps it would suit a thicker ragu.