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  • Smooth and velvety textured pasta, perfect paired with full-bodied sauces and spices
  • Great with a variety of sauces, from creamy garlic and tomato to white wine and oil
  • Evokes the rich, comforting aroma of authentic Italian cooking
  • Long and slender strands wider in diameter than angel hair
  • Serve with a tomato sauce and top with meatballs for a classic dish of comfort food
  • Ideal for any main menu or children's menu
  • Packaged in 1 lb. retail packs for stocking shelves or portioning meals
  • Made with 100% pure durum semolina
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Grain Type Semolina
Package Size 1 lb.
Type Spaghetti

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Smothered in creamy garlic sauce, doused with oil, or tossed with tomato sauce and basil, Napoli 1 lb. spaghetti pasta pairs perfectly with ingredients that pack a punch of flavor. The pasta's smooth, velvety texture contrasts with the consistency of hearty meats and fresh vegetables; mixed with cheese, the spaghetti becomes irresistibly soft and decadent. It's perfect for showcasing your signature, house-made sauce, or for recreating the all-time classic spaghetti and meatballs. However it's prepared, this pasta brings a touch of warmth to the table, tantalizing the senses with the comforting aromas and tastes of authentic Italian cooking.

Characteristically long and slender with a slightly larger diameter than angel hair, this spaghetti is made of 100% pure durum semolina. Soft and fine, durum semolina is ideal for pasta, easily forming thin strands with its supple, moldable dough. This pasta ships dry and is simple to prepare, requiring only 9 minutes in boiling water. For the entire 1 lb. package, 4 quarts of water should be used. A teaspoon of salt can be added to taste too, or left out if desired. With occasional stirring, the spaghetti will quickly become tender and ready for service. Just add the preferred ingredients, plate, and serve!

Italian immigrants, Mark Cipriano and Angelo Farisello, have always appreciated the importance that food plays in bringing families together. With a dream of continuing family traditions, they founded Napoli Foods in the late 1970s and began selling wholesale products to fine restaurants and pizzerias. Today, the company offers a large selection of nationally known labels, regional favorites, and a complete line of Napoli Brand food products.

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  • Imported from Italy

    Imported from Italy

    This item is imported from Italy.

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  • Overall User Rating: Napoli 1 lb. Spaghetti Pasta - 20/Case

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    pasta spaghetti thinner Webstaurant quick quality prefer more little feel
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    A decent quality spaghetti. In general useful and nice to have around the house, cooks quickly and is a good sauce carrier for the tomato sauce I make.
    This pasta has the texture, flavor and "feel" of good premium pastas ! This is a pleasure to prepare and an even greater pleasure to eat. Highly recommend !
    My husband loves spaghetti with meatballs. And i know how to cook it perfectly. The main step is to choose correct pasta brand and that's why Napoli is here for. This brand is the best choice, spaghetti is delicious!
    the best spaghetti comes from Italy. they have strict standards so you know you'll get a quality, delicious product. this spaghetti from napoli cooks up to a nice al dente and works perfectly for all my different pasta dishes.
    This is a fantastic quick-cooking spaghetti. It is thinner than the other 1 lb. spaghetti pasta I have been using from Webstaurant, but I prefer the thinner pasta. It is a little more expensive, but I feel the quality is better.

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