Pastas from around the world

Many countries spread onto different continents share Pasta which has become very common around the Globe.
The story begins in China in 5000B.C. In the 13th century, Marco Polo has brought the idea to Italy. This idea has greatly grown and led to the creation of a variety of Pastas shapes, from Spaghetti to Lasagna, to stuffed Pastas such as Tortellini, Ravioli and many other types.

Moreover, the American people in the United States, use the Pasta as a major ingredient in some types of soup they enjoy. This Pasta is named “Cellophane noodles” and made from Asian beans. It could be used in stir-fry dishes as well.

The Japanese people use it the same way, but with the Pasta called “Buckwheat-based soba noodles”.

Another kind of Pasta which had been originated in Morocco in North Africa is the “Couscous”. It’s made from semolina flour that comes plain or in flavored varieties.

Coming Back to Europe, Noodles is cooked with stews and sauces in Germany.

In summary, Pasta is evidently understandable and recognized throughout the world.

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