Wagon wheel pasta is the American name for Italian rotelle or ruote pasta and is a pasta resembling wheels with spokes.
They are very decorative and are a type of pasta that holds heavy fish, meat or cheese sauces.
Severino pasta is extruded through brass dies and then dried for 24 hours. They proudly make over 25 shapes and cuts of dry pasta.
Joseph and Anna Maria Severino learned the art of pasta making from a master in Rome. They came to the U.S. in 1971 and decided to introduce a delicious pasta made of 100 percent semolina. Over 30 years later, the 2nd generation of Severinos share the same passion for pasta as Joseph and Anna Maria. Severino Pasta contains no preservatives, artificial coloring, or flavors.
Ingredients:durum wheat semolina (niacin, ferrous sulphate, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid).