About Tube Pasta

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About Tube Pasta

About Tube Pasta

Instructions

  • Ditaloni Rigati
  • Elicoidali
  • Ditaloni Rigati
  • thimbles (ridged)
  • These "Thimbles," which are available in smaller sizes and ridged or smooth, should be used in soups with beans.
  • Elicoidali
  • Helixes
  • Use these shapes, which have a spiraling ridged pattern, with tomato, meat, and cheese sauces.
  • Fusilli Corti
  • Penne Grandi (Sardi)
  • Fusilli Corti
  • Short Twists
  • These short, tight twists form hollows that will effectively trap meat, ragu;, and ricotta preparations.
  • Penne Grandi (Sardi)
  • Giant quills
  • These spacious tube shapes are for use with ragu;, meat, and robust vegetable sauces, such as those containing broccoli or cauliflower.
  • Penne Lisce
  • Penne Mezzanine
  • Penne Lisce
  • Smooth quills
  • Tomato sauces, including more chunky versions, meat sauces, and cream sauces are compatible with these quills.
  • Penne Mezzanine
  • Half quills
  • These half-thickness pennes are best matched with light vegetable sauces and tomato sauces.
  • Penne Rigate
  • Pennette
  • Penne Rigate
  • Striped quills
  • Ridged penne are designed to take oil or butter-based sauces, meat or vegetable creations, and unctuous cheese sauces.
  • Pennette
  • Little quills
  • Match these tiny penne with tomato sauces, meat sauces, and also cream-based concoctions.
  • Pennotti Tricolori
  • Rigatoni
  • Pennotti Tricolori
  • Large quills
  • Long durum wheat quills (shown here in tomato, spinach, and plain egg flavors) are a specialty of Apulia.
  • Rigatoni
  • Large grooved macaroni
  • Choose this robust shape for meat and sausage sauces, fresh tomato sauces, vegetable sauces, and baked timballi.
  • Sedani Rigati
  • Tortiglioone
  • Sedani Rigati
  • Striped celery (tomato and plain shapes)
  • Pair "striped celery" with meat, vegetable, or sausage sauces. Use smooth sedani as above, with cheese and egg combinations.
  • Tortiglioone
  • Hollow spirals
  • Also called "succhietti" (from the word for a "drill bit"), these short hollow spirals are for use with meat or cheese sauces.

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