A dish originally from Italy consisting of dough made from durum wheat and water, extruded or stamped into various shapes and typically cooked in boiling water
a dish that contains pasta as its main ingredient
shaped and dried dough made from flour and water and sometimes egg
Pasta is a generic term for foods made from an unleavened dough of wheat or buckwheat, flour and water, sometimes with other ingredients such as eggs and vegetable extracts. ...
In queueing theory, a discipline within the mathematical theory of probability, the arrival theorem (also referred to as the random observer property, ROP or job observer property) states the state of a system immediately before an arrival is independent of that arrival. ...
Pasta is a South Korean TV series broadcast by MBC from January 2010 to March 2010.
Pieces of dough made from wheat and water sometimes mixed with egg used in various cuisines; it is often sold in dried form, and comes in a variety of shapes; A serving of pasta
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The Italian generic name for all forms of alimentary pastes made from a mixture of flour, semolina, and whole eggs or egg whites, but no water, as opposed to macaroni, which contains water and no eggs.
Pasta may refer to any of a wide variety of noodles from a variety of countries. Italian pasta is usually made with a dough of durum or semolina wheat flour, liquid, and sometimes egg. ...
To politely ask for food at the table, say "Please pasta noodles to me."
A staple made from flour, salt, water and often eggs. Countless varieties are served covered with sauces, cheese, butter, olive oils, soups, or used to enclose stuffings.
Ground grain of the wheat plant (genus Triticum; family Gramineae or grass), native to Eurasia, forms the fundamental component of commercial "pasta," the generic term for what the U.S. Federal Standards of Identity call "macaroni products. ...
is a type of Italian food found on both Earth and Mushroom World. It is a highly favored food of both Luigi's and especially Mario's. Usually consisting of noodles and sauce, there is a wide variety of pasta that can either be found or mentioned in both the Mario games and the television series.
It takes 4 ounces of dry pasta per person. A 1 pound package of pasta should yield 4 servings. Use plenty of water (at least 4 quarts per pound) so that it doesn’t stick together. Add 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil in the water. This avoids the pasta to stick together when it cooks. ...
(f) -- Means money. (Ex: ¿Tienes pasta?)
A dried starch product available in a variety of sizes and shapes, the most popular being spaghetti.
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The dry whole particles of noodles resulting from the manufacturing of edible pasta. An excellent source of carbohydrates.
cooking: add gradually to a large quantity of rapidly boiling water so that the boiling continues. Add 1 tablespoon each sea salt and olive oil. Do not overcook. ...
1. Italian for dough or pastry 2. An unleavened dough formed from a liquid (eggs and/or water) mixed with a flour (wheat, buckwheat, rice or other grains or a combination of grains) and cut or extruded into tubes, ribbons and other shapes; flavorings such as herbs, spices and vegetables (ex. ...