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Thin noodles

Thin noodles

These noodles tangle beautifully with many types of sauces, particularly simple, oil-based sauces, like puttanesca, or creamier sauces, like Chrissy’s Spicy Miso Pasta.

Shapes: Capellini, Spaghetti, Linguine, Bucatini

Sauces: Pomodoro, Carbonara, Cacio e Pepe, White Wine & Clams, Amatriciana, Butter & Garlic, Pesto


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Thick noodles

Thick noodles

These thicker, wider ribbons are the perfect canvas for nearly any sauce thrown at them. They’re often paired with heavier sauces.

Shapes: Fettuccine, Tagliatelle, Pappardelle, Lasagna

Sauces: Ragu, Bolognese, Alfredo 


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Tubular shaped pasta is great for capturing thicker sauces.

Shapes: Penne, Rigatoni, Ziti, Orecchiette, Campanelle, Cannelloni, Elbow

Sauces: Alfredo, Bolognese, 


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Stuffed pasta has fillings that are based on creamier cheeses such as ricotta, mozzarella, and burrata.

Shapes: Ravioli, Tortellini, Conchiglie, Cappelletti, Gnocchi 

Sauces: Sage Brown Butter, Marinara, Butter & Garlic,...


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Squiggly-shaped pasta is designed to hold any sauce, particularly thicker sauces or even grated cheese.

Shapes: Rotini, Fusilli, Cavatappi



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Eating well and sleeping well, seem like two good goals.

Many pasta shapes are specifically designed to complement specific ingredients.

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