776 Kritharaki egg pasta is orzo made the Greek traditional way in Ilia, western Peloponnese. Whether you make it plain and top it with grated cheese or clay-bake it in the oven together with meats, it'll always surprise you with its versatility and will always give you a rich, satisfying, wholesome meal.
"Kritharaki" means "little barley grains". It is as traditional as Greece itself. Lore has it that this delicious, versatile pasta was given life by the tireless hands of Greek women. Sitting around in the hot summertime afternoons during the siesta hours and hating to be idle, Greek women would patiently knead dough on their flat, wooden boards shaping it into countless small grains not unlike those of barley.
A rich source of energy, proteins, and complex carbs, 776 Kritharaki orzo is prepared the Greek traditional way. 776 Kritharaki Orzo egg pasta has been named after 776 BC, the date when the first Olympics Games of the ancient world were held in ancient Olympia. Thousands of years after that historic event, Deluxe Foods strives to continue the tradition by offering the choicest of local products that the greater Olympia area so abundantly yields.
Crafted by Deluxe Foods in its traditional pasta workshop facilities, 776 Kritharaki is made with the choicest ingredients such as cow's milk and local eggs. Its nutritious value is so significant that it's at the very base of the Mediterranean Diet Pyramid of nutrition. Additive-free, it cooks quickly and offers a full, satisfying meal. 776 Kritharaki Orzo has finally traveled to your doorstep to delight you with its nutritional value, entice you with its traditional and flavorful nature, and become one of your pantry staples when you need a quick meal fast.
Produced by: Andritsaina
Sold by: Yoleni's
|Typical value||Per serving (500kg)||Per 100|
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