Freezing works well for filled pasta (ravioli, tortellini, tortelloni), gnocchi and most pasta cuts and shapes. We do not recommend freezing sheets of pasta.
How to Freeze Fresh Pasta
If you bought our pasta at your local shop, freeze within three days of purchase.
First, remove pasta from package and place in one layer on a cookie sheet. Cover with plastic wrap and place in freezer. Once frozen, pack pasta into freezer-safe containers for storage. For the best texture and flavor, we recommend freezing no more than one month.
How to Cook from Frozen
When cooking from frozen, do not defrost. Follow regular cooking instructions for the type of pasta you have, adding just 30–60 seconds of extra cooking time.