pasta has been the typical pasta shape to feature on Trapani tables since ancient times, our grandmothers made this type of homemade pasta, which takes its name from the thin stem (Busa) of "Ampelodesmos mauritanicus "commonly called "Disa", a plant typically found in the Mediterranean shrubland Maquis. The busa was placed on the stick of fresh pasta which was then "hollowed out" to form its characteristic spiral shape. Perfect combines with traditional Trapanese Pesto sauce (tomato, garlic, almonds, olive oil, salt and Basil).
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