Anchellini is a small bead-shaped pasta, slightly larger than [[acini di pepe]], used in broths or thin soups
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Large size ring-shaped short-cut pasta, suitable for soups or salads
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Armoniche are ridged pasta shapes that resemble small harmonicas.
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...se containers are mostly used to plant broccoli – they come in different shapes such as peat pots or seedling trays. The compound of the soil should contai
...ishes that include broccoli may include Oriental Beef & Broccoli Stir Fry, Pasta Salad with Broccoli & Sun dried tomatoes, Pork Broccoli Stir Fry, Rice & Br
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...[[farfalle]], [[fusilli]], and [[gigli]] pasta may be substituted for this pasta.
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Meaning 'Castle dwellers', this pasta looks like crab shell and takes stuffs campanions well.
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Cavatelli is a kind of pasta popular in southern Italy and Sicily that looks like a cowry shell.
...a to serve with thick, chunky sauces, meat sauces or in salads requiring a pasta that will hold sauces and dressings. If it is unavailable, [[casarecci]], [
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...ough texture, the ribs on this pasta work well to hold a variety of hearty pasta sauces. Cencioni has a chewy consistency for main dishes or salads.
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...ky sauces, meat sauces or thick salad dressings are added and in need of a pasta to hold the sauces or dressings well. If it is unavailable, [[cavatelli]],
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* pasta shells
Conchiglie is medium-sized pasta shells. The larger shells are called [[Conchiglioni]] and the smaller shell
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...n even smaller version is known as conchigliette. Cannelloni and manicotti pasta may be substituted.
Conchiglioni are the larger version of [[conchiglie]] (shell) pasta.
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# Have various shapes of [[Pasta]] to choose from.
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Short cut pasta suitable for salads or soups. Shaped like creste di galli ("cockscomb" in I
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...ed warm so may not suit a winter evening! The combination of flavours (egg pasta, milky mozzarella, sweet tomato and spicy basil) is just wonderful.
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Fusilli is corkscrew, or helix, shaped pasta. A long version of the spring-shaped fusilli is called [[fusilli col buco]]
Green and red varieties of fusilli (or any pasta) are created by using spinach or beet juice, respectively, instead of water
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[[Image:FusilliLunghiPasta.jpg|thumb|300px|Fusilli Lunghi Pasta]]
...spiral-shaped [[fusilli]]. Long, twisted, corkscrew or spring-like shaped pasta strands that are hollowed through the center of the strands.
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Gemelli is a pasta in the shape of a twisted spiral tube, not to be confused with [[fusilli]].
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Campanelle is a type of pasta which is shaped like a small bell or flower. (Campanelle is Italian for lit
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** '''[[:category:Other pasta|Other pasta]]'''
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