Italy is not only famous for their pizzas, but their pastas are also an extremely well-loved dish. First originated in 1292 AD, the food industry has an increasing rate in pasta all over the world and we know exactly why:
This is a cylindrical shaped piece which is one of the most famous pasta in Italy. There are generally two penne pastas famous in Italy; Penne Lisca (smooth) and Penne Rigato (furrowed). Penne Pesto is most celebrated dish made out of this kind of pasta.
It is long and twisted in shape also known as Fusilli or Fuso (spindle). Spaghetti is most famous in Italian tradition. It is also very well-loved in India as spiral-shaped pasta .It is mostly served with tomato sauce and Meatballs.
Spaghetti Bolognese is most famous dish made of this kind of pasta.
This is elbow-shaped pasta which is famous all across the U.S. Macaroni does came in more various different types and is well appreciated by kids. It is famous for Mac and Cheese which is one of the most popular English dishes.
This is most popular in Roman and Tuscan cuisines. It is a flat and thick pasta usually made out of egg and flour.
Fettuccine is know also very famous in Pakistan as Fettucine Alfredo which is served with grilled chicken and thick white sauce.
Spinach fettucine is also very famous all across Italy .
The oldest a type of pasta which is flat and wide in shape is Lasagne. It is served in different forms, but the most famous way to serve it is in different layers with pizza sauce,beef and cheese.
Lasagne is very popular all across the world, mostly served in every resturant around the globe.
These different variations should be known by all pasta lovers out there. These famous pasta can be made in different forms and dishes, giving your taste buds a heavenly experience.
Being a Pakistani, food has always been my comforter, be it me getting happy over a happy meal or my father asking me to go to school just to get sweets in return. Food is not just about eating, its a sentiment that connects people with each other. I started writing for Food Tribune because of my love for food.