pasta & spaghetti
remarkable taste comes with quality paste
Spaghetti is an Italian word that means “thin string” or “twine”. Its long and thin shape, tasty and easy to prepare makes it an ideal kind of pasta for daily dishes. Have your 1.2, 1.6 or 2.2 mm spaghetti with spinach, cheese and with or without chicken for an unforgettable moment.
Cavatappi (double twist)
Cavatappi (double twist) is an Italian word that means “corkscrew” because of its shaped like a spiral tube. This type of pasta, usually with two or three twists, makes part of the traditional macaroni family. In Boom Plus we offer the Cavatappi Double Twist (and the Single Twist) to be the perfect combination for all kinds of cold salad and soups.
Lumaconi (snails), also known as Lumache, is an Italian word that means “snails”. Its shape is exactly like a real snail that makes this pasta ideal to eat with chicory and porcini mushrooms inside as a filling. Choose Lumache for a fancy dish.
The Pipe Rigate doesn’t have a real translation and its story is still unclear. Its shape looks like the Lumaconi (Snails) and is the ideal pasta for all your unique cooking creations. Have a Pipe Rigate with chicken and olives and discover how amazing a quick dinner can be.
One of most popular and loved pasta shape. Penne is the ideal pasta for all your fancy meetings. It’s cylinder-shaped with its ends cut at a bias makes Penne, an Italian word that means “pen”, visually attractive. Made your dish with Penne Rigate and cream garlic and surprise the guests.
Fusilli is an Italian word that means “fuso”. You can recognize this type of pasta through your traditional spiral shape. Have your Fusilli with rotini, juicy tomatoes, fresh mozzarella and salami for a cold salad full of taste and delight.
Ditalini (rings) is an Italian word that means “thimble”. It’s shaped exactly like a tube made with durum wheat flour and water. Boom Plus now can offer Ditalini in two sizes, big rings and small rings. This pasta is very popular with the children and, of course, perfect for a tasty macaroni and cheese.
Rigatoni is an Italian word that doesn’t have any translation to English. This pasta shape looks like a big Penne Rigate without the cut at a bias: short and tubular. Make your Rigatoni Pasta with tomato cream and cheese for a mouthwatering homemade comfort food.
Vermicelli is an Italian word that means “Little Worms”. This type of pasta makes part of the traditional Spaghetti family and has almost the same shape. The difference is, in English regions Vermicelli is thinner than Spaghetti, while in Italian regions they are usually thicker. Be your own Master Chef and have vegetarian Thai Vermicelli with lemongrass.
Surprisingly Elbow Macaroni and Macaroni are not the same! The first one has a curved shape and cut in length, while the macaroni is usually cut into short lengths. Be traditional: have your Elbow pasta with vegetables and make an amazing soup for a warmer winter.
riso (risoni or orzo)
Risoni, also known as Orzo, is an Italian word that means “Large grains of rice”, because of its short-cut pasta shape that looks like a grain of rice. Have your risoni like a risotto with seafood for a fancy family moment.
Conchiglie (Seashells or Shells)
Conchiglie, also known as Seashells, is an Italian word that means “Shells”. Its shape looks exactly like a shell that is perfect for adhering to the sauce which makes this type of pasta perfect for any kind of creamy dish. Have your Conchiglie with cream cheese for a mouthwatering experience.
Cavatappi (single twist)
Cavatappi (single twist) is an Italian word that means “corkscrew” because of its shaped like a spiral tube. This type of pasta, usually with two or three twists, makes part of the traditional macaroni family. In Boom Plus we offer the Cavatappi Single Twist (and the Double Twist) to fit all the Africa market and yours peculiarities.