Penne Rigate, a great classic among pasta shapes, has been redesigned with more defined grooves on the pasta surface, making it ideal for capturing sauces. Penne means "pen" and rigate means "striped" in Italian and refers to the ridges on the pasta. Known for its versatility, Penne Rigate pairs well with any sauce from traditional meat and vegetable-based sauces to cream sauces or baked casserole dishes known as “pasta al forno.”FIND OUT MORE!
New Barilla Al Bronzo
BARILLA Al BRONZO: NEW EXPERTLY CRAFTED BRONZE CUT PASTA
Barilla's innovative micro-engraved bronze-cut method of making pasta dough, Lavorazione GrezzaTM, gives our Al Bronzo pasta its robust texture and extraordinary sauce grip. This allows your favorite pasta sauce to adhere to our perfectly al dente pasta.
MADE WITH THE HIGHEST QUALITY SEMOLINA
Al Bronzo pasta from Barilla is crafted with a custom blend of the highest quality reserve batch non-GMO durum wheat that has been milled to perfection. Al Bronzo is proudly made in the U.S.A. with U.S.A. and imported ingredients.
A NEW PACKAGE WITH THE HISTORICAL SEAL
A completely revamped look in vibrant red decorated with elegant illustrations all over the box. The historic seal on the front demonstrates that quality has been Barilla's family tradition since 1877.
6 NEW PASTA SHAPES WITH A ROBUST TEXTURE
Al Bronzo pasta from Barilla cooks to al dente perfection and pairs seamlessly with any sauce thanks to its rough pasta surface and robust texture.
A reimagined taste experience that will provide supreme deliciousness in every bite. For more inspiration, check out our recipe section for the best ways to use Al Bronzo pasta from Barilla. More recipes coming soon.
Linguine (“little tongues” in Italian) is made from long, flat strands of pasta, but is thinner and narrower than its relative Fettuccine. An elegant and delicate pasta shape for all occasions known to be best paired with traditional pesto, but other perfect matches include tomato, oil-based, or fish-based sauces.FIND OUT MORE!
Mezzi Rigatoni brings you the heartiness of traditional Rigatoni in a smaller size. The large diameter and ridges of Mezzi Rigatoni make it ideal for capturing sauces on the entire surface, inside and out. Try it with chunkier meat or vegetable-based sauces, a mushroom cream sauce, tomato sauces, spicy sauces, or in baked casserole dishes known as “pasta al forno.”FIND OUT MORE!
Al Bronzo Spaghetti has been made even more iconic thanks to a more generous thickness and more defined grooves on the pasta surface, making it ideal for capturing sauces. Pair it with traditional tomato sauces, fresh vegetables, or seafood for an irresistible taste experience.FIND OUT MORE!