FRATELLI CAMISA OWN LABEL FRESH FILLED PASTA
This is our very own hand made fresh pasta range , produced for us in Italy by the award winning company Tradizioni Padane from the northern Italian town of Brescia
Each shape is lovingly created and filled with the best ingredients , many of which are locally sourced , producing a very high quality product that we are extremely proud of .
Available in 6 traditional flavours including the new Gorgonzola and Walnut , a real favourite.
Also here you can find our range of fresh pasta shapes , Trofie, Orechiette and Macherone
Made with best quality grano duro durum wheat flour that helps the pasta sheets to hold together very well Perfect for making the best Lasagne dishes ..
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Introducing a brand new and delicious flavour to our Fresh Pasta family , Gorgonzola and WalnutHand made to the same very high standard as the other filled past..
Introducing a new shape and filling to our very popular Fresh Pasta range,
Caramella is a small pasta parcel filled with delicious Mozzarella and Basil , jus..
The finest Porcini mushrooms are used in this fresh pasta,sourced from the Appenine mountains around the town of Parma in Northern Italy,famous for the best Por..
This is a sweet Pumpkin and Macaroon filled fresh pasta.
Fantastic at this time of year served with a rich tomato sauce.
250g serving is enough for two pe..
Fresh Pasta made with Spinach and Ricotta pasta,hand made in Italy exclusively for Camisa using the finest ingredients.
Serve with freshly grated parmas..
Made exclusively for us by the company Padane from Brescia in northern Italy and delivered to us every Monday to maintain absolute freshness This hand..
Maccherone is possibly one of the oldest shapes of Fresh Pasta known, it was thought to have originated in Magna Graecia and then spread accross the whole ..
Originating from Basillicata in Puglia in the south of Italy,Orecchiette Fresh Pasta or "little ears" are robust shells that are traditionally cooked ..
Trofie is a thin twisted length of Fresh Pasta, about an inch and a half long that originates from the Ligurian town of Recco on the east&nb..