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Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
Pasta... ppt... ! finally over...!!  )
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  • 1. Done By :MinooJasonDishaZaidSaif
  • 2. Introduction Pasta is a staple food of traditional Italian cuisine. coursePasta is eaten in Italy only as first . The dough is made mostly from durum wheat or, buckwheat flour, with water and, sometimes, eggs. Pasta comes in a variety of different shapes that acts as a carrier for the different types of sauce and foods.
  • 3.  Pasta is categorized in two basic styles: dried and fresh. Dried pasta made without eggs can be stored for up to two years under ideal conditions, while fresh pasta will keep for a few days under refrigeration. Pasta is enriched with iron, folate and several other B-vitamins, including thiamine, riboflavin and niacin. Some varieties of whole grain pasta can provide up to 25% of daily fiber requirements in every one cup portion.
  • 4. 1. Rotelle Rotelle are a type of pasta resembling wheels with spokes. Also known as wagon wheels, the name derives from the Italian word for little wheels. In Ohio, they are called as “Choo Choo Wheels”
  • 5. Rotelle Pasta
  • 6. Dishes Made From Rotelle PastaChicken Rotelle Rotelle Carbonara
  • 7. 2. Fusilli Fusilli are long, thick, corkscrew shaped pasta. The word fusilli presumably comes from fusile, archaic word for “rifle” referring to the spiral-grooved barrel of the latter. The word can also mean “little” in Italian.
  • 8.  In addition to plain white colour, other colours can be made by mixing other ingredients into the dough. Eg. beetroot for red, spinach for green, and cuttlefish ink for black. Fusilli may be solid or hollow. Hollow fusilli are also called fusilli bucati.
  • 9. Fusilli Pasta
  • 10. Dishes Made From Fusilli PastaFusilli With Sausage& Artichokes Fusilli With Tomato Sauce And Tuna
  • 11. 3. Tortellini Tortellini are ring-shaped pasta and their alternative name is "belly button" They are stuffed with a mixture of meat or cheese. Originally from the Italian region of Emilia, they are usually served in broth, either of beef or chicken.
  • 12. Tortellini Past
  • 13. Dishes Made From Tortellini PastaTortellini Salad Tortellini Soup
  • 14. 4. Rigatoni Rigatoni is a form of tube- shaped pasta of varying lengths and diameters. It is larger than penne and ziti and sometimes slightly curved. Rigatoni is usually ridged, and the tubes end is square-cut like ziti, not diagonal like penne. The word rigatoni comes from the Italian word rigati, which means "ridged" or “lined”.
  • 15. RigatoniPasta
  • 16. Dishes Made From Rigatoni PastaRigatoni Bolognese Rigatoni Abruzzi
  • 17. 5. Conchiglie Conchiglie, commonly known as "shells" or "seashells" is a type of pasta. It is usually sold in the plain durum wheat variety, and also in coloured varieties. The shell shape of the pasta is good at catching the sauce.
  • 18. Conchiglie Pasta
  • 19. Dishes Made From Conchiglie PastaConchiglie Gamberi Conchiglie Ham Salad
  • 20. 6. LINGUINE PASTA Linguine is a form of pasta, flat like fettuccine and trenette. It is wider than spaghetti, about 1/4 to 3/8 inch, but not as wide as fettuccine. The name linguine means "little tongues" in Italian. A thinner version of linguine is called linguettine.
  • 21. Linguine Pasta
  • 22. Dishes Made From Linguine PastaLinguine With Prawns Linguine With Clam Sauce
  • 23. 7. Fetttuccine Fettuccine (literally "little ribbons" in Italian) is a type of pasta popular in Roman Cuisine. It is a flat thick noodle made of egg and flour wider than but similar to the tagliatelle. Fettuccine are traditionally made fresh but dried tagliatelle can also be bought in shops.
  • 24. Fettuccine Past
  • 25. Dishes Made From Fettuccine PastaChicken Fettuccine Fettuccine With Alfredo Sauce
  • 26. 8. FARFALLE Farfalle are a type of pasta, commonly known as "bow-tie pasta" the name is derived from the Italian word farfalla (butterfly). Farfalle date back to the 16th century. It originated in Lombardia and Emilia- Romagna in Northern Italy. A larger variation of farfalle is known as farfallone, while there is a miniature version called farfalline.
  • 27. Farfalle Past
  • 28. Dishes Made From Farfelle PastaGarden Fresh Farfelle Garlic Chicken Farfelle
  • 29. 9. PENNE Penne is a type of pasta with cylinder- shaped pieces. The hollow center allows it to hold sauce, while the angular ends act as scoops. Penne is the plural form of the Italian penna, deriving from Latin penna (meaning "feather" or
  • 30. Penne Pasta
  • 31. Dishes Made From Penne PastaPenne Pasta withMeat Sauce Beef Penne Pasta Casserole
  • 32. 10. RAVIOLI The word ravioli is reminiscent of the Italian verb riavvolgere (to wrap). The earliest mention of ravioli appear in the writings of Francesco di Marco, a merchant of Venice in the 14th century. They are composed of a filling sealed between two layers of thin egg pasta dough.
  • 33. Ravioli Pasta
  • 34. Dishes Made From Ravioli PastaCheese Ravioli Toasted Ravioli
  • 35. 11. Rotini Rotini is a type of helix or corkscrew shaped pasta, the name derives from the Italian word for “twists” Rotini is most often made from refined flour. They are often used in pasta salads with tomato-based sauces.
  • 36. Rotini Pasta
  • 37. Dishes Made From Rotini PastaRotini Salad Rotini Pepperoni
  • 38. 12. Macaroni Macaroni was brought to Italy by Marco Polo in 1292. Macaroni is a variety of moderately extended, machine-made, dry pasta made with durum wheat. Macaroni noodles do not contain eggs, and are normally cut in short, hollow shapes.
  • 39. Macaroni
  • 40. Dishes Made From Macaroni PastaMacaroni With Cheese Macaroni With Broccoli
  • 41. 13. Cannelloni Cannelloni are a cylindrical shaped pasta. It is generally served baked with a filling and covered by a sauce. The stuffing may include cheese, spinach and meat. The sauces typically used are tomato or béchamel sauce.
  • 42. Cannelloni Past
  • 43. Dishes Made From Cannelloni PastaCannelloni Bolognaise Cannelloni Spinach
  • 44. 14. Cencioni Cencioni is a type of pasta and the name derives from the Italian word for little rag Cencioni are oval and petal- shaped, with a slight curve. They are larger and flatter than orecchiette, with a more irregular shape and a rough texture to one side to help sauces cling better.
  • 45. Cencioni Pasta
  • 46. Dishes Made From Cencioni PastaCencioni WithTomato Sauce Cencioni With Minced Meat
  • 47. Acknowledgements Grains, Pasta’s & Pulses – Richard Olney Pasta & Rice – Angela Rahaniatis Pasta - James Wright
  • 48. THE END

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