Wednesday, May 30, 2018


Fettucini or sometimes spelled Fettuccini (pronounced [fettuttʃiːne], a literal "little ribbon" in Italian, single, Fettuccina) is a popular pasta type in Romana cuisine and Toskana cuisine in Italian culinary arts.

  Fetucini is a flat noodle made from a mixture of eggs and wheat flour (usually one egg ratio for 100 grams of wheat flour), wider but similar to a typical Bologna tagliatelle. This paste is usually served with sugo d'umido (ragù) beef ragù in pollo (ragu ayam).

Fetucini is traditionally made directly home-based, but dried fetucini can also be found for sale in stores. Fetucini spinach is a green fetucini made with a mixture of spinach.