Orzo simply translates as 'barley' and this small, barley shaped pasta was originally made to go into soups and broths like minestrone. Don't just leave it at that, Orzo is great in salads paired with salty cheeses, spicy tomatoes and fresh herbs served either warm or cold.
Riscossa have been making pasta in Puglia since 1902 and their pasta is a household name in Italy.
Ingredients: Durum wheat semolina, water.
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