The perfect tool for scooping and straining short-cut pasta, gnocchi, etc.
Want to prepare pasta like Italians do? Then use the tools they use to achieve the ultimate end result.
This colatutto is absolutely perfect for straining and retrieving short-cut pasta from its cooking water. It measures 16.5 inches long and has a straining bowl of 6.75 inches wide by 8.75 inches long. The straining bowl depth is approximately 3" deep and made of 18/10 stainless steel.
We import these strainers from Italy and use them in our kitchen regularly.
Unlike it's cheap galvenized or brass-colored skimmers, this skimmer has a netting made of stainless steel. That means, no rusting!
Perfect for skimming floating pasta items like ravioli, gnocchi, cavatelli, etc. Also a very good tool for blanching bagels and vegetables.
See this tool at work in our FRESH PASTA SHAPES - FULL VIDEO
Simply place this ricer over any bowl or pot, squeeze the gadget's handles and the potatoes ooze right through the holes in the canister.
Stainless steel construction, 3.5" x 10.5" x 3.75" and it holds 2.5 C. This item is dishwasher safe, however we recommend hand washing in order to extend the life and beauty of the item.
A great classic pasta tool. Traditionally this is used to cut pasta or dough for filled pastries and latticework pie tops and creates the traditional ZigZag design to the edges of Ravioli.
Also known as a "jagger" to English bakers, it can also be used to cut cracker dough into squares with a pretty fluted edge.
To see the cutter in action, check out our Christmas Ravioli Video
Made in Italy
Dishwasher safe. Detachable 100mm (3.9") blade.
Imported from Italy
The best cannoli are those made at home. The best were made by my Aunt Pina, but you can do them just as good with FGpizza's cannoli forms.
Simply cut a 3-inch circle of dough, wrap it around a tube and drop it in the oil. Once cooled, the tube is removed to add filling.
Forms are made of Made of stainless steel and measure 5 1/2" long by 7/8" wide. Set of 4 and packaged pretty enough for gift giving!
Recipe for dough and filling included. Wanna see something cute? Natalia made a vlog about us making cannoli here's Natalia's video she made of us making Cannoli together.
Looking for Cannoli cherries? We have them! Toschi Amarena Italian Sour Cherries?
Also, have you seen our Cannoli Christmas Ornament? You can buy both items together at a savings by clicking HERE
When quality matters, but the Christmas Ravioli Rolling Pin is too big for your kitchen - this is the tool for you!
It's 25" long, with 9 ravioli pockets in each row and 6 rows. That is 54, 1.5-inch sized ravioli pockets for the entire pin.
One of the best features of this solid pin is the space it leaves between each ravioli pocket. The space created assists with a tightly-sealed pasta pocket with enough room between to cut the ravioli with your zig-zag cutter.
Hand-made in America from solid American hard wood. We are very proud of the quality and its superior craftsmanship. To see the quality close up please click HERE
You will be so proud of the ravioli it produces!
Frankie G family recipe included! Hand-wash only. Air dry completely before storing in a cool dry place.
Leave it to the Italians, for simplicity and functionally simple designs. This ball-forming tool is made in Italy and assists your speed in creating arancini and meatballs in similar portion sizes. Promoting even cooking and consistent serving sizes.
Imported and made in Italy, these forming scissors measure 7 inches long, and 2.5 inches at their widest point. They are made of aluminum and each scooping section has "exit holes" to allow for over flow, making a 1.75 inch ball.
These Dough Scrapers are our favorite tool for Pizza, Bread and Pasta making. We love the sturdy feel and smooth stainless steel cutting edge. They are definitely built to last with its curved plastic handle to promote a comfortable, secure grip.
Dough Scraper's dimensions are 6" by 3" and its stainless steel blade easily glides on flat surfaces to divide or scrape dough. High Quality, professional, and NSF listed.