Misko Spaghetti No. 7 pasta is known for its quality and texture, making it a popular choice not only in Greece but also among people who appreciate Mediterranean cuisine worldwide.
Those who have delved into the pleasures of long pasta understand the difference even if it is as… thin as the pasta itself! A classic, as it belongs to the spaghetti family, slightly more delicate and thinner than No6, Spaghetti No7 balances perfectly between traditional recipes and modern cuisine, offering flexibility in our daily cooking.
In the Misko numbering system, the number 7 typically indicates a medium thickness of spaghetti, which is versatile and commonly used in a variety of pasta dishes. Spaghetti No. 7 is often preferred for dishes like spaghetti carbonara, spaghetti aglio e olio, or spaghetti with tomato-based sauces.
Since the first pasta was produced in the workshop of the Michaelides and the Konstantinis family in Piraeus, until today, MISKO has been producing delicious pasta with high nutritional value and unquestionable quality to meet the modern needs of its consumers; pasta which we trust and has always stood out at the top of the Greek market.
Misko is a well-known brand of pasta in Greece, and their Macaroni Pastitsio No 2 is likely crafted to have the right shape and texture to hold up well in the dish. It’s important for pastitsio to have a pasta shape that can capture the flavors of the sauce and béchamel while remaining firm and not turning mushy during baking.
Because MISKO is all about beautiful moments and smiles shared with our loved ones around the family table. Beloved flavours which have remained unchanged and have been your No. 1 choice for so many years!
MISKO was founded in 1927 by the Michaelides and the Konstantinis family. Since the first pasta was produced in the families’ workshop in Piraeus, until today, MISKO has been producing delicious, nutritious pasta allowing all of us to offer the best to our family.
8′ – 10′
durum wheat semolina, water