Rice Pasta & Pulses
Convenient, delicious and cooked Cannellini Beans! They Just need to be drained and rinsed!
Canned beans just need to be drained and rinsed - then they\'re ready to use.Cannellini beans are from Italy and are creamy white in colour. When cooked, they have a fluffy texture and a slightly nutty, mild flavour. It’s not just the beans, which have a better flavour and consistency, but the cloudy, suspicious-looking bean cooking liquid. This bean broth, full of starch and flavour not only preserves the beans well, it’s an ingredient in several of the recipes, giving flavour, body and consistency. They Contain Iron, Magnesium and Folate. They also are a Good source of protein.
Carnaroli is the perfect rice to make your risotto stand out.
Carnaroli is the Rolls Royce of rice for making risotto. It absorbs all the juicy flavour and provides the perfect creaminess to make a risotto stand out. Using a good, high-quality rice like this one often also means you can skip the butter (or you can add it anyway for the ultimate creamy indulgence). Make like the Milanese and add a few strands of saffron too for an oomph of extra colour.
As a staple food of Italian cuisine, almost every Italian region boasts its own signature spaghetti dish. Now you can make your own gluten-free versions!
Surely the most loved and popular pasta shape of them all, spaghetti is a stark reminder that sometimes, you just can\'t beat simplicity. Completely gluten-free thanks to the selection and use of the best corn and rice flours. This special recipe is suitable for both celiacs and those who choose to follow a gluten-free diet, and has been certified by the Italian Celiac Association (AIC). Spaghetti is a staple food of traditional Italian cuisine and therefore almost every Italian region boasts its own signature spaghetti dish. There\'s spaghetti alla carbonara, spaghetti al pesto and even cacio e pepe, to name just a few. A contrast to its leading role alongside bolognese, it technically pairs better with smoother, olive oil-based sauces. Try a luxurious vongole, or quickly whip up a late-night Roman staple of spaghetti all\'aglio olio e peperoncino (literally just pasta, garlic, chili and oil but surprisingly full-flavoured).
Porcini risotto: Comfort food ready to eat. Say no more.
There\'s nothing better than coming home after a long day at work to a hearty, home-cooked meal. But at 7pm, our effort usually only amounts to some soup. But this quick-cook mushroom risotto means that all the hard work has been done for you. Malva Rosa have selected the best Italian rice (Carnaroli, of course) and the most delicious dried mushrooms (porcini), so all you have to do is add stock (or water), sit back and enjoy! You could even grate a little Parmigiano Reggiano on top if your effort stretches that far.