Holy Mary Green

A short pasta that refers to the old sewing thimbles, the Holy Mary Green combines with soups and strong broths. Its shape allows the sauce to pass through it leaving a remarkable taste in each bite.

Our Father Green 

A short pasta that refers to the old sewing thimbles, the Our Father Green combines with soups and strong broths. Its shape allows the sauce to pass through it leaving a remarkable taste in each bite.

Bavette Green

Pasta with long wires, similar to Spaghetti, Bavette Green Dallas is a cut originary from Genoa, in Italy. Its differential is the flattened shape, which blends perfectly with a Genoese pesto sauce and mild condiments based on olive oil and seafood.

Spaghetti Green

The most traditional pasta of cookery. Curling the Spaghetti on the fork is a habit of savouring this cut of long yarnsround and thin wires in various places in the world, which you can also enjoy at home with the Spaghetti Dallas!

Bucatini Green

The Bucatini Green is a cut originally from Rome, in Italy. Its long shape allows the pleasure of rolling the pasta on the fork and the holes at their tips allows the sauces to enter the dough, involving it with the flavor of the condiments. It is perfect for preparations with spicy and fluid sauces.

Fusilli Green

One of the most appreciated cuts in the world. The spiral shape causes the sauce to be absorbed by the curves of the Fusilli Dallas, wrapping it with flavor in each fork.

Penne Green

Is named like Penne because its shape remember feather beak pens with a beveled tip. Inside, Penne Pasta Dallas have grooves that allow the sauce to invade and spread inside it, creating gastronomic experiences of seasonings and textures that make it even more palatable.