Win a taste of premium British pasta.
Award-winning pasta to rival the Italian masters is being made right here in North Yorkshire.
In 2019, the owners of Malton-based Yorkshire Pasta travelled around Italy to learn from Italian families how to make pasta traditionally and authentically.
The result is a premium British pasta that is quite different to the pasta usually found on supermarket shelves.
Owner Kathryn Bumby says Yorkshire Pasta uses locally milled wheat flour, a signature blend that matches the properties of traditional semolina flour, which is not commercially grown in the UK.
“I am very proud of our ‘family secret’ blend and believe that it results in a more robust and wholesome pasta,” she says.
While mass-manufactured pasta is made in two hours, Yorkshire Pasta’s authentic methods take two full days. Large-scale pasta factories press pasta through plastic-Teflon dies, but Yorkshire Pasta uses traditional bronze-metal dies, which produce a rough surface that attracts the sauce and ensures a generous coating.
The business take a sustainable approach, running on solar energy and being plastic-free and using 100 per cent recyclable paper to package their pasta. All products are vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Find out more about Yorkshire Pasta.
We have teamed up with Yorkshire Pasta to offer the chance to win a Yorkshire Pasta Collection, which includes a pack of each of the company’s range of five pastas. It will be delivered in a presentation box along with a Yorkshire Pasta tote bag.
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