Traditional Pasta

  • andritsania_lasagna

    « ANDRITSAINA » Lazania 500 gr

    Long egg based pasta cut into strips. Most similar to fettucine. Great in a tomato sauce with beef and/or veal. Also great sautéed in butter and topped with Romano cheese. Very hearty and tasty.

  • andritsania_papadelles

    « ANDRITSAINA » Pappardelles 500 gr

    Long egg based pasta cut into strips. Most similar to fettucine. Great in a tomato sauce with beef and/or veal. Also great sautéed in butter and topped with Romano cheese. Very hearty and tasty.

  • andritsania_hilopites

    « ANDRITSAINA » Hilopites-Square Noodles 500 gr

    Hilopites is the Greek word for small, dried pasta squares. Another favorite casserole and soup pasta, hilopites are egg based noodles. Hilopites are used in soups and stews within a chicken or vegetable broth spiked with a squeeze of lemon juice and a generous pinch of red pepper flakes. Food for the soul, traditional and heartwarming.

  • andritsania_orzio

    « ANDRITSAINA » Kritharaki-Orzo 500 gr

    Kritharaki-Orzo is a traditional and very versatile rice-shaped pasta that is made in the authentic Greek way. Used most traditionally in soups, and stew. Most famous Greek dish created with kritharaki is “youvetsi”, a stew made with beef and/or veal in a casserole with tomato sauce. Modern day usage of this pasta is in cold salads mixed with roasted red peppers, sun dried tomatoes, pesto sauce.

  • andritsania_sourtrahana

    « ANDRITSAINA » Sour Trahana 500 gr

    Trahanas is a pebble-size pasta that is fried, used in soups and stews the same way as rice or other pasta, and made into soups that are Greek favorites. It is often compared to couscous in look but different in taste. Comes in two versions sweet and sour. Ideally combined with chicken and/or veal in a stew.

  • andritsania_sweettrahana

    « ANDRITSAINA » Sweet Trahana 500 gr

    Trahanas is a pebble-size pasta that is fried, used in soups and stews the same way as rice or other pasta, and made into soups that are Greek favorites. It is often compared to couscous in look but different in taste. Comes in two versions sweet and sour. Ideally combined with chicken and/or veal in a stew.