Italian Pasta

DeLallo Italian Pasta is made with the finest durum wheat, spring water and generations of pasta-making experience. A shape for every recipe.

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    Italian Pasta Salad Kit Bundle (Buy the Recipe)

    SAVE 20% When you purchase this bundle compared to regular price. The DeLallo Pasta Salad Starter Kit is a convenient bundle of pasta salad ingredients to get you started. Create a stunning pasta salad from one of our fan-favorite recipes. This colorful...

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    Shellbows Pasta

    This shell-elbow hybrid is as fun to say as it is to eat. Thicker, creamier sauces are easily captured in its curved tube and ridged exterior, making it a superstar cut for dreamy baked pasta dishes. DeLallo Pasta comes from the town where pasta was...

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    Cavatappi Pasta

    Hailing from Southern Italy, this fun springy pasta can be described as a twisted “corkscrew” with hole. As sturdy as it is whimsical, Cavatappi is ready to take on hearty sauces and chunky ingredients. We love it in cheesy baked pasta dishes...

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    Orzo Pasta

    Named for its small “barley” size, this tiny pastina is a versatile shape known once as just a soup cut. These days, Orzo stars in a number of kitchen creations, including cheesy baked pasta and colorful pasta salads. DeLallo Pasta comes from...

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    The quintessential pasta cut, these famous “long strings” shine in the simplest of dishes, like Aglio e Olio and Spaghetti al Pomodoro. DeLallo Pasta comes from the town where pasta was born, a region near Naples, at the beginning of the...

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    Known as “angel hair,” this super thin long-cut pasta shines with sauces and ingredients that are light in texture and flavor: fresh tomato, olive oil, lemon, basil, scallops and shrimp. We love adding Capellini to broth-based soups. DeLallo...

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    Bucatini Pasta

    Originating in the Lazio region of Italy, Bucatini is a long cut of pasta named for the “hole” running down its center. This straw-like pasta easily sucks up lighter tomato and seafood-based sauces. Famous for its starring role in Roman...

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    Thin Spaghetti Pasta

    An authentic Italian pasta made with 100% Italian hard-durum wheat, boasting superior taste and texture. An authentic Italian pasta crafted with generations of Italian pasta-making experience. Made with 100% Italian hard-durum wheat. No additives or...

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    Farfalle Pasta

    Commonly known as bow ties, Farfalle are actually named for their “butterfly” shape. This prized pasta cooks up deliciously al dente because of their pinched middles. They are perfect for lighter sauces, hot or cold, and pair well with...

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    Orecchiette Pasta

    Named “little ears” for their round disc-like shape, Orecchiette are from Puglia, where they are famously prepared with broccoli rabe, in Orecchiette con Cime di Rapa. Their shape is perfect for scooping up sauces and smaller ingredients...

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    Mezzi Rigatoni Pasta

    The smaller sibling of Rigatoni, this ridged, tube-shaped pasta is most common in Southern Italy. Its hollow body is perfect for capturing sauces and smaller ingredients. DeLallo Mezzi Rigatoni Pasta comes from the town where pasta was born, a region...

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    Linguine Pasta

    Born in Liguria, this long, flat pasta was made to be enjoyed with popular ingredients from the region like fresh basil pesto, seafood and simple tomato sauces. DeLallo Pasta comes from the town where pasta was born, a region near Naples, at the...

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    Long Fusilli col Buco Pasta

    This long, spiral pasta is named for the “hole” running down its center. It’s as fun to eat as it looks! Traditionally served with a Neopolitan Ragù meat sauce, Fusilli col Buco also pairs wonderfully with porcini mushrooms,...

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    Spaghetti alla Chitarra

    Originating in the Abruzzo region of Italy, this squared spaghetti shape is named for the guitar-shaped kitchen tool that gives it its unique thick cut and al dente bite. This versatile pasta pairs up with a number of sauces, from light tomato to hearty...

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    Fettuccine Pasta

    Popular in Roman cuisine, these wide “ribbons” of pasta are famous for pairing with butter and Parmigiano cheese in the classic Alfredo sauce. DeLallo Pasta comes from the town where pasta was born, a region near Naples, at the beginning of...

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    Rigatoni Pasta

    With origins in Rome, this ridged tube-shaped pasta captures chunkier sauces and meaty ragùs. Rigatoni is great for baked pasta dishes and pairs well with other Southern Italian favorites like spicy peppers and Italian sausage. DeLallo Pasta comes...

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    Penne Rigate Pasta

    Named for its “pen” shape, this well-known cut has angular ends that draw sauce into its hollow body. This, along with its ridges, make Penne Rigate a perfect cut for fresh tomato sauces with mozzarella and basil. It pairs great with the...

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    Acini di Pepe

    Named after its tiny “peppercorn” shape, Acini di Pepe is small and spherical, best known as the star of the beloved classic, Italian Wedding Soup. This tiny pastina, or soup cut, is usually baby’s first pasta. DeLallo Pasta comes from...

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    Elbow Macaroni

    Elbow Macaroni ("Elbows") are small tube pasta shapes with curved bodies perfect for capturing sauces. Known for their starring role in cheesy baked macaroni dishes, this c-shaped pasta is a great for simple tomato and vegetable sauces, as well as creamy...

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    Tortiglioni Pasta

    From the Naples region, this twisted tube cut is best served up with full-bodied sauces and meaty ragùs, like the famous slow-simmered Bolognese sauce. DeLallo Pasta comes from the town where pasta was born, a region near Naples, at the beginning...

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    Fusilli Pasta

    This popular “spindle” pasta was born in Southern Italy, where they were made by skilled pasta makers by rapidly twirling spaghetti around a rod. These spring-like curves are incredible sauce catchers and known for standing up to hearty meat sauces, like...

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    Pasta Shells

    This prized pasta is seashell-shaped with a concave body ideal for scooping up thicker sauces and small bits of vegetables. Shells are a versatile pasta that shines in everything from cheesy baked pasta dishes with ricotta and crumbled Italian sausage to...

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    Penne Ziti Pasta

    With an irresistibly smooth tube-like shape, Penne Ziti is a popular short cut famous for its starring role in cheesy baked pasta dishes. DeLallo Pasta comes from the town where pasta was born, a region near Naples, at the beginning of the Amalfi Coast...

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    Ditalini Pasta

    This small tube-shaped pastina, or soup cut, is named for its “thimble” shape. The perfect complement to broth and bean soups, like Pasta e Fagioli, Ditali also shines in summer pasta salads with small bits of diced vegetables. DeLallo Pasta...


What is Italian pasta?

Italy is the birthplace of pasta and so it just makes sense that Italian pasta is quite simply the best pasta. While most of us can’t fly to Italy every time we want great pasta, we can still choose superior store-bought pasta for all of our favorite classic Italian dishes. Italian pasta is made simply with high quality hard durum wheat and water—sometimes eggs. Pasta can be formed into a wide variety of shapes—from long Spaghetti noodles to the tiny pastina (soup cut), Orzo.

Italian Pasta - The Delallo Difference

There are many store-bought pasta brands to choose from, but which pasta is the best? DeLallo Pasta is made simply with only the finest ingredients and generations of pasta-making experience. Crafted in Italy (the birthplace of pasta), our pasta boasts the finest durum wheat without additives or preservatives—just wheat and water, the way it should be.

DeLallo uses artisanal methods of pasta production to ensure the integrity, consistency and authenticity of our Italian Pasta, from the harvesting of our wheat to the packaging of our final product. We use bronze dies to extrude our pasta. This gives the pasta’s surface a rougher texture made for capturing sauces. Instead of heating pasta and cooking out flavor and nutrients, we slowly dry our pasta at low temperatures to retain its flavor and texture and for a pasta that will always cook up al dente.

Types (Cuts) Of Italian Pasta You Can Buy

DeLallo Italian Pasta comes in a variety of shapes to include the classics and more recipe-driven cuts: from long pasta shapes, like Spaghetti and Bucatini, to short pasta shapes, like Penne Rigate and Rigatoni… even tiny soup cuts like Ditalini and Orzo. Find the perfect Italian pasta for your pasta salads, easy pasta dinners and all of your favorite classic Italian recipes.

Acini Di Pepe
Ditalini Pasta
Elbow Pasta
Long Fusilli Pasta
Mezzi Rigatoni
Penne Rigate
Penne Ziti
Shell Pasta
Spaghetti Alla Chitarra
Thin Spaghetti

The Best Sauces For Italian Pasta

Just as there is a pasta dish for every season, there is a pasta sauce for every palate. While tomato sauces are popular, there are so many sauce options to choose from. Light, simple sauces can be made with olive oil or butter and some fresh herbs. Pesto is a classic Italian pasta sauce that includes fragrant basil, olive oil and Parmesan cheese. Dress your noodles with a creamy cheese sauce, like the classic Alfredo, for the ultimate comfort food. Meat sauces made with Italian sausage or ground pork are a heartier, more filling option.

Our Favorite [Easy And Delicious] Italian Pasta Recipes

Pasta just may be one of the most versatile items you can keep in your pantry, an ingredient for all seasons! Use Italian pasta to create cheesy baked pasta dishes, like stuffed shells or lasagna. Create cold pasta dishes featuring your favorite seasonal ingredients and serve them up as easy summertime lunches or recipes for picnics and backyard barbecues. When the weather starts getting cold, use Italian pasta in creamy or broth-based soups to warm you up. Don’t forget to try some classic Italian pasta recipes like Cacio e Pepe.