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Frégula (or Fregola) is a grainy type of pasta that originated in Sardinia, Italy. The pasta is made from durum wheat and is lightly toasted, this gives it its typical texture and flavor.
Polenta Svelta by Fontana Formiello is a Northern Italian dish made from ground corn (semolina) flour. It is precooked and dried which ensures that the polenta cooks quickly.
Made in Italy from rolled, steamed and dried durum wheat. Coucous finds its origin in North-Africa and has since grown to a staple ingredient in many Medittereanian dishes.
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