Pasta Introduction

Pasta comes in many different shapes, flavors, and visual variety; it is cheap and easy to prepare.

Pasta is a dough made from flour, water, and eggs. The flour used for commercial pasta is made from durum wheat ground into semolina, a coarse-ground floor. The dough made from durum wheat semolina absorbs less water and dries easily; holds well during kneading, drying, and cooking; withstands pressure well; It has a better texture and is successfully reheated. Sometimes eggs are added to commercial dry pasta for extra body and flavor. Homemade pasta almost always uses eggs, which flavor the dough and make it manageable and easy to roll.

Dried packaged pasta is available in all supermarkets. Labels are worth checking to establish that durum wheat semolina has been used and for the use or exclusion of eggs. The cooking time for this pasta is 10 minutes or more, as it needs to be rehydrated and cooked.

Fresh pasta is available in specialty pasta and deli stores and in the refrigerator in some supermarkets. Usually, it is displayed in bulk so you can buy the quantity you need. This pasta is quite flexible and takes very little time to cook (1 to 3 minutes).


Fresh pasta is for flavor, texture, and temptation, an integral part of a truly balanced diet. Cook in minutes for that meal with minimal effort and maximum results.

Type of fresh pasta: Rotelli, Conchiglie, Fettuccine – Tomato, Spinach and Egg, Egg Spaghetti, Spirelli (Fusilli), Lasagnette, Fettuccine, Herb Taglierini, Black Pepper Fettuccine, Paglia e fieno, Spinach Spaghetti, Lasagna.

Dry and prepackaged pasta is among the other trailer categories and is available in supermarkets and specialty stores. The cooking time is 3 to 5 minutes. Dried pasta is available in more shapes and sizes than days of the year, rings for soups, rolls for baked dishes, large shells for filling, and all those long lengths for tempting sauces.

Dry Pasta Type: Whole Wheat Spaghetti, Anelli, Spinach Tagliatelli, Conchiglie, Whole Wheat Spirelli, Risoni, Giant Conchiglie, Lasagnette, Elbow Macoroni, Gnocchi, Penne, Tortiglioni de Rigatoni, Bucatini, Gemelli, Orecchiette, Penne.

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