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Maltagliati, which translates as ‘poorly cut’ is made from the offcuts, whatnots, and unloved remnants of other more venerated pasta such as tagliatelle. Traditionally a food of the poor, this irregular shaped pasta was usually combined with other basic ingredients to create a cheap, wholesome dish much like the one below.

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the cover of yumblogg's cookbook, featuring pasta with bologi beans and rosemary gremolata
Maltagliati with borlotti beans and rosemary gremolata
Maltagliati, which translates as ‘poorly cut’ is made from the offcuts, whatnots, and unloved remnants of other more venerated pasta such as tagliatelle. Traditionally a food of the poor, this irregular shaped pasta was usually combined with other basic ingredients to create a cheap, wholesome dish much like the one below.
the cover of yumblogg's cookbook, featuring pasta with bologi beans and rosemary gremolata
Maltagliati with borlotti beans and rosemary gremolata
Maltagliati, which translates as ‘poorly cut’ is made from the offcuts, whatnots, and unloved remnants of other more venerated pasta such as tagliatelle. Traditionally a food of the poor, this irregular shaped pasta was usually combined with other basic ingredients to create a cheap, wholesome dish much like the one below.
a white plate topped with pasta and shells
Maltagliati with borlotti beans and rosemary gremolata
Maltagliati, which translates as ‘poorly cut’ is made from the offcuts, whatnots, and unloved remnants of other more venerated pasta such as tagliatelle. Traditionally a food of the poor, this irregular shaped pasta was usually combined with other basic ingredients to create a cheap, wholesome dish much like the one below. The addition of the gremolata provides a zesty zingy low-cost alternative to Parmesan.