Any of a variety of edible unleavened doughey preparations made from flour, eggs and water, originating in Italy, and shaped into various forms, such as solid strings (as spaghetti), hollow tubes, or layered squares (ravioli). They may be mixed with various sauces, often having a tomato base, or filled with meat or cheese fillings.
General term used to describe any shape of macaroni product or egg noodles
Meaning "paste" in Italian, refers to the dough made by combining durum wheat flour and semolina with a liquid usually water or milk. The term pasta is used to refer to hundreds of shapes, sizes, thicknesses and colors of pasta. Pasta comes in both dried and fresh forms. Fresh pasta needs to be refrigerated, but dried pasta will last almost indefinitely in a cool dry place in an airtight container. As a rule use light sauces with delicate pastas and heavy sauces with thicker pastas.
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shaped and dried dough made from flour and water and sometimes egg
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Pasta may refer to any of a wide variety of noodles from a variety of countries. Italian pasta is usually made with a dough of durum or semolina wheat flour, liquid, and sometimes egg. Pasta made with semolina flour is generally superior, since it doesn't absorb too much water and stays somewhat firm when cooked al dente. Recipe: Homemade Pasta
1. Italian for dough or pastry 2. An unleavened dough formed from a liquid (eggs and/or water) mixed with a flour (wheat, buckwheat, rice or other grains or a combination of grains) and cut or extruded into tubes, ribbons and other shapes; flavorings such as herbs, spices and vegetables (ex. tomatoes and spinach) can be added to the dough; pasta is usually boiled and served with a sauce.
A dough made from durum-wheat semolina, water and sometimes eggs. Sold dried or fresh.
A dried starch product available in a variety of sizes and shapes, the most popular being spaghetti.
General term for any shape of macaroni product or egg noodle.
A large family of flour paste products, such as spaghetti, macaroni, and noodles.
A staple made from flour, salt, water and often eggs. Countless varieties are served covered with sauces, cheese, butter, olive oils, soups, or used to enclose stuffings.
All macaroni products. Any form of spaghetti or noodles.
Made from a dough of durum-wheat semolina, water and...
Pasta is a type of food made from the flour of certain grains mixed with water and/or eggs, which is then kneaded and formed into various shapes, and boiled prior to consumption. While the name comes from Italy, pasta is very popular all over the world. The English word pasta generally refers to noodles and other food products made from a flour and water paste, often including egg and salt.