- Finest quality fideuá pasta
- Fideuá is similar to paella, but with noodles
- All natural
- Infused with delicious fish broth
- Spanish language recipe included
- Size - 8.8 oz/250 g
Fideuá is a delicious dish from Cataluña similar to paella, usually prepared with freshly harvested seafood. As with paella, the fundamental flavor is in the broth, and the master pasta makers at Sandro Desii have ensured that you will prepare an excellent fideuá by infusing their pasta with broth made from fresh fish, garlic and paprika.
Fideuá is even simpler to prepare than paella. Once the broth is prepared, it takes less than ten minutes before the thin noodles of fideo pasta are fully cooked. Serve your paella pan full of richly flavored fideuá with generous dollops of alioli garlic mayonnaise for a delicious, distinctive meal. A Spanish language recipe is included.
Sandro Desii has been preparing premium pasta in the Barcelona region since 1967. They pride themselves on offering only the finest quality, all natural pastas made with eggs, garlic and other fresh ingredients. You will not find a finer fideuá pasta anywhere.
Durum wheat flour, eggs, fish stock (may contain traces of celery), garlic and paprika.
Contains wheat, egg and fish.
No additives, artificial flavorings or colorants.
Serving size 2 oz (56g). Servings per container, about 4. Calories 210, Calories from fat 15. Total fat 1.5g (3%), Cholesterol 10mg (3%), Sodium 0g, Total carbohydrate 41g (14%), Protein 8g. Vitamin A 6%, Vitamin C 10%, Calcium 20%, Iron 2%. *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"The best alternative to rice-based paella we've ever experienced. We may never go b ack to rice!"
John - Bethesda, MD March 2016