Orzo pasta, or kritharaki in Greek, is in every Greek pantry because its rich egg and milk flavor make for the ideal quick and hearty meal. Bronze die-cut and made from durum wheat semolina, fresh pasteurized eggs and whole milk (not powdered!), this pasta is tasty enough to be enjoyed plain, with a drizzle of olive oil and dash of lemon. Importantly, there are no preservatives, additives, artificial flavors nor colorants.
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For the discerning pasta lover, Agrozimi offers products that recapture forgotten traditional ways and add experimental new flavors.
We love kritharáki as a more robust alternative to rice, a perfect accompaniment to any dish with a nice sauce, or in hearty soups. The 500gr. package translates to 1.1lbs., 10% more than the standard pasta packs.
Need a recipe for your kritharaki? You’ll find one on the inside of the label and here’s one more for an easy stovetop shrimp youvetsi.
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We chose Agrozimi for their love of tradition, while still experimenting with flavors and techniques. We were especially impressed with their conscientiousness and commitment to quality, evidenced throughout their spotless production facility. Learn more about Agrozimi and what drives the two brothers behind it.
INGREDIENTS: Semolina from durum wheat, pasteurized eggs, fresh pasteurized whole cow’s milk.
Contains: wheat, eggs, milk.
Serving Size: 2/3 cup
Servings: about 9
Total Fat 2 g (2%)
Saturated Fat 0 g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 45mg (15%)
Sodium 0 mg (0%)
Total Carbohydrate 43 g (16%)
Dietary Fiber 0 g (1%)
Total Sugars 4g
Includes 0g Added Sugars (0%)
Vitamin D 0.3 mcg (0%)
Calcium 20 mg (0%)
Iron 0.8 mg (4%)
Potassium 0mg (0%)
STORAGE: Preserve at room temperature, in a cool dark and dry place.