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    Fettuccine Pasta

    Product Weight:
    1 lbs.


    Popular in Roman cuisine, Fettuccine is a distinct pasta shape resembling wide “ribbons.” Fettuccine pasta is best known for its feature in the classic buttery Parmesan dish of Fettuccine with Alfredo Sauce.

    DeLallo Pasta comes from the town where pasta was born, a region near Naples, at the beginning of the Amalfi Coast. The art of making our pasta begins with the very best quality wheat. We carefully choose wheat with the highest gluten index, gluten content and protein content. All of these characteristics affect how the pasta cooks, as well as its taste and texture. The durum wheat is milled into coarse ground semolina flour and then carefully kneaded with cold, fresh, mineral-rich mountain spring water. We dry our pasta slowly at low temperatures to reproduce the traditional way of making pasta. This method respects the ingredients, preserving the pasta’s color, texture and aroma.

    • Made in Italy with an exclusive blend of the highest quality durum wheat.
    • Extruded with bronze dies for rough surface area made to capture sauces.
    • Authentic pasta with perfect al dente bite.
    • Long, flat pasta ribbons.

    Kitchen and Usage Tips:

    Fettuccine is a versatile long cut of pasta that is best dressed in fresh cream sauces that include small ingredients like prosciutto ham and peas, as well as artichokes, porcini mushrooms and seafood. Fettuccine pasta also shines in simple pasta recipes and sauces such as basil pesto and buttery herb sauces.

    Frequently Asked Questions:

    What Is Fettuccine? Fettuccine is a long, flat pasta resembling “small ribbons”—as it is translated. Popular in Roman and Tuscan pasta dishes, Fettuccine is most well-known for its role in the creamy, buttery classic Fettuccine Alfredo.

    What Is The Difference Between Fettuccine And Linguine? Fettuccine is a long, flat pasta reminiscent of ribbons. Linguine is a long cut of pasta but not completely flat. Linguine has a more elliptical shape, sometimes called “flattened spaghetti.” Fettuccine is wider.

    What Is The Difference Between Fettuccine And Tagliatelle? While both Fettuccine and Tagliatelle are long cuts of flat pasta, Fettucini is wider—thicker ribbons, if you will.

    What Is The Difference Between Fettuccine And Spaghetti? Spaghetti is a long cut of pasta with a cylindrical shape. Fettuccine is flat and long like ribbons.

    What Is The Difference Between Fettuccine And Pappardelle? Both Fettuccine and Pappardelle are a long, flat pasta shape, but Pappardelle is substantially wider.

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    What Is Fettuccine Used For? Fettuccine is popular in Roman and Tuscan pasta recipes and especially the classic dish Fettuccine Alfredo. These long, flat ribbons are also great for capturing small bits of ingredients like prosciutto ham, peas, mushrooms and more.

    How Do I Make Fettuccine Alfredo? Fettuccine Alfredo is a simple pasta recipe that calls for just a few ingredients: butter, Parmesan cheese, cream, garlic, salt and pepper. Simmer the butter and cream over low heat, add the seasonings. Remove from the heat before stirring in the cheese. Pro tip: Adding the hot pasta water helps the sauce coat the Fettuccine pasta.

    Check out our Easy Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe for step-by-step instructions.

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    Try These Recipes

    Lightened Up Whole Wheat Fettuccine Alfredo

    Egg Fettuccine with Parmigiano & Prosciutto Cream Sauce

    Fettuccine With Citrus And Shrimp

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