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Scratch Pasta Spinach Fusilli

$9.00 / 12 oz Box
Scratch Pasta Spinach Fusilli specialty foods
Scratch Pasta Spinach Fusilli
  • by Scratch Pasta
  • United States

Colorful food just tastes better, which is why we love this verdant, versatile Spinach Fusilli. Chef Stephanie Fees makes Scratch Pasta in Lynchburg, Virginia, using Italian techniques and inspired flavors. Here she infuses classic spiral noodles with spinach, staining them an appealing shade of green while maintaining a neutral flavor. These make any pasta dish pop, from pasta salad with Murray’s Feta and Kalamata olives to pasta al limone with a sprinkle of Ricotta Salata.

"I love spinach pasta in the springtime, when I want to pretend I'm being healthy. I double down on the green with snow pes, asparagus, maybe some grilled scallions, and finish it with a not so healthy blob of butter; Roldolph Beurre de Barrate if I'm feeling extra fancy."
Murray’s Merchandising – New York, NY
Semolina Flour, Water, Spinach

Allergens: Wheat

  • Scratch uses semolina flour to craft their pastas, which has a high gluten content that allows the noodles to keep their shape when cooked.
  • Fusilli translates to “little spindles,” nodding to the tool used for twisting fibers into yarn and this noodle’s twisted shape.
  • The spinach brings a brilliant green color to the noodles but doesn’t add much vegetal flavor, so you can use this wherever you’d use regular pasta.
  • Chef Stephanie Fees started Scratch Pasta in 2017 in her hometown of Lynchburg, Virginia.
  • Stephanie previously worked as a chef in New York City and West Virginia, returning home to work at a wedding venue and taking time to attend pasta school in Chiavari, Italy.
  • She built on that experience to found Scratch Pasta, where she makes high-quality pasta in small batches using local ingredients.
  • Scratch Pastas are made using sold brass dies, which gives each shape a rustic texture that allows sauces to cling to the noodles.
  • Their flavored pastas stand out, from briny squid ink to bright lemon and basil to spicy garlic and cayenne.
Woman Owned
Vegan, Vegetarian

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