Buy organic dry pasta from Malaga online

The Malaga company SpigaNegra has been making not only organic pasta from Malaga since 2014, but it is also an artisan. In the town of Humilladero in Malaga, more than 60 references of different types of wheat and formats are made.
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Buying organic and artisan pasta from Malaga is now possible

Find on our website the tastiest organic and artisan pasta you’ve ever tried before. Of those that stand out:

  • Pasta with moringa from Axarquía, made with a Moringa plant of tropical origin that is endorsed by its many healthy properties.
  • Pasta with sweet and spicy Paprika from La Vera. Exquisite for seafood or garlic pasta dishes and sautéed vegetables.

Among the most famous formats of organic pasta from Spiganegra we find artisan spaghetti, ‘rigatoni’, ‘conchiglie’, ‘casarecce’, macaroni or tagliatelle. These formats are distributed in packages ranging from 250 grams to 5 kilos.

The indisputable quality of this artisan, ecological and Málaga dry pasta

We are dealing with superior quality pasta. Not only because it is organic pasta but also because it is made by hand. Its producers are clear about it: this pasta is worth more because it is not produced on an industrial scale, but follows an artisanal procedure that takes care of the entire production process from the beginning.

For the elaboration of this pasta, a cereal of the highest quality is used.
Likewise, this paste has lower hypoglycemic.

Pasta production process in Malaga

The artisan method is followed to make this ecological and artisan pasta: after respectful grinding, the semolina is kneaded and the pasta is shaped with bronze molds. Subsequently, it is left to dry slowly at a low temperature (below 40ºC), preserving the qualities of the raw materials intact. The result is a tasty, rough pasta that blends well with sauces and is very satisfying.

These pastes are free of traces of eggs and other animal derivatives (dairy, squid ink). They are also free of traces of soy.

The origin of its cereals are the Andalusian countryside near the Humilladero area, specifically in Sierra de Yeguas. What makes them unique is that they have their own mill to grind the grains themselves, which are turned into flour and later into their rich paste.

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