Sicilian Busiate Pasta Ancient Grain Timilia


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Sicilian Busiate Pasta Ancient Grain Timilia from organic farming

Cultivar: Timilia

Ingredients: Sicilian Ancient Grain Timilia (organic farming) and water.

Characteristics of the grain

Sicilian Busiate Pasta Ancient Grain Timilia is characterized by a distinctive rustic homemade texture and yet very delicate on the palate. A beautifully authentic and yet soft aftertaste.

Timilia’s flour naturally contains a high level of protein and a very low level of gluten.

Cooking suggestions

Sicilian Busiate Pasta Ancient Grain Timilia is versatile in its usage, we suggest it with light and delicate condiments like Basil pesto or more sophisticated seafood and crustacean dishes. We recommend to keep the pasta flavor as the main character of the dish.

Sicilian Busiate Pasta Ancient Grain Timilia are also extremely tasty on its own, just with a touch of Giacomo Grassi Frantoio Extra Vergin Olive Oil and Parmesan.


Two words about Timilia Sicilian Ancient Grain

Timilia, also known as Tumminia, Timminia, Trimminia just to name a few, is a Sicilian Ancient whole wheat grain. It is a late blooming grain cultivated nowadays in a very few provinces around Sicily. This type of flour appears much different from the commercial one as it is way more nutritious.

The Timilia wheat is part of the 52 species of ancient wheat Sicilian and genetic heritage, belonging to the Mediterranean biodiversity.

Timilia ancient grain is from certified organic farming and flour mill.

This artisan pasta is obtained by traditional stone-milling, at a temperature non higher of 40 °C. It is drawn in bronze and slowly dried (about 36 hours) at low temperature.


Cereals containing gluten.

Nutritional facts:

Energy Value 1505 kj – 359 kcal – Fat 1,53 gr (saturated fat 0,31 gr) – Total Carbohydrate 74,20 gr (sugars 2,80 gr) – Protein 12,5 gr – Salt 0,01 gr – Package 500 gr –


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