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Durum wheat pasta SPAGHETTI, 400 g

Long, thin, cylindrical pasta. This is one of the most popular types of pasta, which goes especially well with cream and tomato sauces.

Durum wheat flour is not without reason called pasta flour. Pasta made from this flour is a source of protein; it stands out with excellent taste properties and the highest quality.

malunas A source of protein and fiber

malunas Does not boil to rags, does not stick *

malunas Made in Lithuania

* following the preparation instructions

Bronze forms are used for a perfect friendship of pasta and sauce.
Traditional pasta production is unimaginable without bronze shapes. It is to them that all compliments should be addressed. These shapes scratch the surface of the pasta and give it roughness so that it perfectly absorbs the sauce.

SPAGHETTI
with meatballs

400 g

250 g

250 g

1 tsp.

1 tsp.

1 tbsp.

1 tbsp.

1 tsp.

3 tsp.

900 ml

4 cloves

2

1 tsp.

SPAGHETTI pasta

Minced beef

Minced pork

Dried oregano

Dried garlic

Fresh chopped basil

Fresh chopped parsley

Salt

Egg

Bread crumbs

Grated tomatoes

Onion

Small carrot

Celery stalk

Garlic

Laurel leaves

Salt

400 g

250 g

250 g

1 tsp.

1 tsp.

1 tbsp.

1 tbsp.

1 tsp.

3 tsp.

900 ml

4 cloves

2

1 tsp.

SPAGHETTI

Minced beef

Minced pork

Dried oregano

Dried garlic

Fresh chopped basil

Fresh chopped parsley

Salt

Egg

Bread crumbs

Grated tomatoes

Onion

Small carrot

Celery stalk

Garlic

Laurel leaves

Salt

  1. Preheat the oven to 200 °C.
  2. Mix all the ingredients for meatballs. Form balls and bake in the oven for about 10 minutes until nicely browned.
  3. Chop the onion, carrot, celery stalk, and garlic and fry in a pan.
  4. Pour in the grated tomatoes, add the laurel leaves, and add salt and black pepper to taste.
  5. Cook the pasta as indicated on the package.
  6. Add the fried meatballs to the tomato sauce and bring to a boil.
  7. Mix the pasta with the sauce and serve.