Fregola is a traditional pasta from Sardinia, which is a large island off the coast of Italy. Between Spain, Corsica, and Italy, Sardinia has been conquered over and over, taken by various countries. Each time the island was conquered, it would take influence from a new culture. The food is distinctly different from that of Italy - having Spanish, Italian, and even African influence on the cuisine.
Fregola Sarda consists of tiny pearls of pasta, having a rustic grainy texture. It’s traditionally served with seafood in a light sauce or broth, topped with squid, clams, mussels, octopus, and whatever was pulled from the sea that day.
Ingredients:durum wheat semolina, water.