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Pair It: Which Pasta Goes Well With Which Sauce?Make the perfect match when it comes to pasta sauces and noodles!
Pasta is a great option for food that can be prepared beforehand. It's an easy enough baon choice and you can even experiment with different kinds of sauces and types of pasta. There's an easy way to remember how to mix and match.
There are so many different kinds of pasta to choose from. Remember that thicker, wider, and heavier pastas are best paired with heavy sauces, while thinner and smoother noodles are best matched with lighter sauces. Check out our guide below!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Tangy, fresh, light marinara sauce can be tossed with light pasta noodles like angel hair, linguine, shell-shaped conchiglie, bow-tie shaped farfalle, and hollow-in-the-middle bucatini. Rigatoni, which is a large hollow pasta, soaks up the sauce well, too. If you're a fan of filled pastas, pair marinara with ring-shaped tortellini.
This herby and garlicky sauce is best paired with pastas you can pick up with your fork: conchiglie, farfalle, fusilli, and orecchiette. You can also pair them with smooth, light noodles.
This hefty pasta sauce is a good match for equally heavy pasta noodles: penne, pappardelle, lasagna, rigatoni, and ravioli. Bigger noodles and thicker pastas will help soak up all of that delicious, rich, and indulgent cream sauce!
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Keep this dish as light as possible with easy-to-eat noodles: angel hair, fettuccine, and linguine. You can also pair them with filled pastas to let the pasta filling flavor come through effortlessly: ravioli and tortellini are perfect!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
These tips originally appeared in the June 2014 issue of Yummy magazine.
* Minor edits have been made by the Smartparenting.com.ph editors.