Pasta Asciutta seasoning mix


Pasta Asciutta seasoning mix

Out of the area

Pasta Asciutta vs. Sc. Bolognese ? all the same?? no! In Italy, Pasta Asciutta means boiled, drained pasta - actually a type of preparation. These dry pasta are then served with sugo or ragù. In German-speaking countries, Pasta Asciutta means noodles (usually spaghetti) with Bolognese sauce, i.e. Ragù alla bolognese.

without flavor enhancers

from Austria


Salt not iodized, paprika, basil, oregano, tomatoes, turmeric, garlic, cane sugar, pepper, marjoram.

average nutritional values ​​per 100 g:

Calorific value: 495 KJ
Calories: 118 kcal
Fat: 4g
- of which saturated: 1.26 g
Carbohydrates: 16 g
-of which sugar: 14.3 g
Egg White: 5g
Salt: 53.4 g


also a hit as a Mediterranean dip with Greek yoghurt.
For Bolognese sauce use: 700 g minced meat - 1/2 glass.