Orzo with Goat Milk without Eggs


Pasta of durum wheat without eggs, with goat’s milk, in the form of grain of rice, to cook very easily in the manner of a risotto, accompanied by a sauce.

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Orzo with goat milk without eggs
Enjoy the pasta of durum wheat with goat’s milk, without eggs. The pasta has the form of a grain of rice and can be cooked very easily as a risotto that can be accompanied by a sauce.

Discover or rediscover a delicious alternative to traditional durum wheat pasta!

Kritharaki, traditional small durum wheat, is shaped like a grain of rice. This pasta variety is called Orzo in Italy. This variety of pasta is made by Dolopia that is located in Domokos. This company creates these pasta grains with high-quality durum wheat, which is of Mavragani variety. Once the pasta is prepared in its raw form, the fresh goat’s milk is added.
Once goat’s milk is added to this pasta variety, it is air dried naturally—without adding any salt or additives. This pasta’s production is done slowly and in small quantities. This way, Dolopia makes sure that the end result is simply a treat for the taste buds. The shape and texture of the dough are set in a way that it easily absorbs sauces.
This pasta variety has a distinct flavor because of the goat milk. Having a unique taste, this pasta can be an alternative to the most common pasta varieties on the market. These pasta varieties are suitable to be used in winter dishes and in sunny pasta salads.
You can prepare this pasta with a selection of meat dishes in the oven; kritharaki pasta can be cooked very gently and easily absorbs the meat’s juice.
Kritharaki is easily cooked and will become your new ally in cooking multiple recipes with varied flavors.
Composition: Durum wheat, semolina, and goat’s milk
Variety AOC/Origin: Domokos, Greece
Net weight: 500g
Goat’s milk is more digestible than cow’s milk; it also helps in fighting infections and is a good source of vitamins. Semolina and durum wheat contain vitamin B and dietary fibers, and they provide a sense of satiety.
With no salt, no cow’s milk, and no eggs, this product is an excellent dietary alternative to traditional pasta and is suitable for people with allergies.
Note: Kritharaki contains gluten
Chef’s council
Kritharaki can be cooked in the same way as a risotto. Cook this pasta in sauce; you can pick a tomato juice, for instance. You can also use Greek herbs that can be accompanied with meat, such as oregano. A glass of red wine will complement the flavor of kritharaki.