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La Bio Idea Organic Orzo Pasta 400g

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Ingredients

Organic Orzo Pasta ingredients: Durum wheat semolina*, water.
* Organic Farming

About Organic Orzo Pasta

Orzo (also known as Risoni) is a tiny, dried shape of pasta looking like rice grains. According to the Italians, the grains look like barley. For this reason the product is called Orzo, which means barley in Italian. This is a well known pasta variety in most countries around the Mediterranean Sea.

On Sicily, origin of La Bio Idea Orzo, people use the product in soup. But there are many more ways to prepare Orzo. For example as a pasta with a rich tomato sauce or pesto. Or as pilav with grilled vegetables. But above all, this product is very suitable to use for a quick risotto, called orzotto.

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Why not try one of our healthy recipes using this product

Moroccan Vegan Harira Soup Recipe

Summary: Harira is a very popular soup in Morocco and in all of the Maghreb, where it is often eaten to break the fast every night during the Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting. Harira is hearty and satisfying thanks to the chickpeas, lentils and pasta. It is usually made with very thin, angel hair pasta, but I used orzo, a tiny rice grain - like pasta. Harira is unbelievably fresh and flavoursome thanks to the fresh herbs and the fresh ginger, the cinnamon makes it somewhat sweet, and finally, the saffron just makes it out-of-this-world. Yet, Harira is childishly easy to make. The soup can be eaten on its own or with couscous.

Dairy Free Egg Free No added sugar Nut Free Plant Based Vegan Vegetarian