Bow Ties Good Times
Ronzoni Bow Ties, butterfly pasta, Farfalle – whatever you choose to call it, the taste is just as amazing. Paired with warm tomato sauces, cold creamy salads, cheesy mixes, buttery goodness, bow tie pasta is as versatile as it is tons of fun.
Select number of servings
Pick your preferred firmness
- Bring water to a rapid boil. Add salt for flavor (optional).
- Add pasta and stir; return to rapid boil.
- Cook uncovered 9-11 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Immediately drain in colander. Serve as desired.
STORAGE: To keep cooked pasta fresh for later use, toss with a small amount of olive oil, cover, and refrigerate.
DURUM WHEAT SEMOLINA, DURUM WHEAT FLOUR, NIACIN, FERROUS SULFATE (IRON), THIAMIN MONONITRATE, RIBOFLAVIN, FOLIC ACID.
May Contain: Eggs
· Dress Code: Bow Ties · Dress Code: Bow Ties
Dress Code: Bow Ties
Bow ties pasta is also called farfalle, which means “butterfly.” But you can just call them yum.
Frills of Fun
Bow Ties are frills of fun that swirl in smooth and creamy sauces.
Even served in soups and salads, bow ties are perfect for any recipe — they haven’t met a dish they don’t fit!
Delightful, easy-grab shapes adored by little ones.