Cookbook:Spaghetti

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Dried spaghetti

Spaghetti is a variety of pasta. It is Italian in origin, and its name refers to a length of string or twine. It is a very popular pasta shape and may be served in a variety of preparations.

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Spaghetti are very long and thin, with a circular cross-section. It is typically made with durum semolina flour. Spaghetti is widely commercially available in dried form, although it is also available as a fresh pasta.

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