Maltagliati with shrimps, moscardini and coccio fish

Maltagliati pasta with shrimps, moscardini and coccio fish

Maltagliati pasta with shrimps, coccio fish (tub gurnard), moscardini (tiny baby octopus) and cherry tomatoes.

Maltagliati are flat, roughly cut pieces of fresh pasta (hence the name “badly cut”), resulting from the scraps of pasta being formed when cutting pasta sheets into tagliatelle. The remaining pieces are completely random shaped trapezoids and triangles of varying thickness, stemming mostly from the borders of the pasta sheets.


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