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PASTA!!!!!!! AS EXPLAINED BY ITALY (HETALIA)

I DO NOT OWN ITALY OR HETALIA I AM SIMPLY A HUGE FAN OF IT
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Lil Red Sweater

on 5 October 2015

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Transcript of PASTA!!!!!!! AS EXPLAINED BY ITALY (HETALIA)

LASAGNA!!!!
RIGATONI!!!
"Rigatoni are basically hollow caterpillars who are punished and turned into pasta, KIDDING I'm kidding. Rigatoni are just long and hollow pasta eaten with tomato sauce, creamy yummy white mushroom sauce and also, BOLOGNESE SAUCE!
YUMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!"
MANICOTTI!!
"Manicotti are pastas, BUT YOU
PUT STUFF IN IT!! It is very
delicious, in my opinion.
Manicotti are large ridged tubes
of pasta that have a hole big
enough to put whatever you desire inside of it! It could cheese, meat, and also, ANOTHER PASTA! A PASTA IN A PASTA!!! IS THIS A DREAM COME TRUE?! But the inner pasta won't properly cook if we boiled them both together..
*sighs* maybe we could...
*gasps* we could also put
tomato sauce on top of the
Manicotti, and a few shreds
of cheese too!"
ORZO!!!
TAGLIATELLE!!!
PASTA!!!!!!!
Fettuccine
ZITI!!!
"Fettuccine are long strips of Pasta which literally translates to 'little ribbons' in italiano. A lot of people prefers eating it with Alfredo sauce, which is a
certain type of thick sauce made out of heavy
cream. I wonder if you could tie the 'ribbon'
into bows.. AND THEN EAT THEM!
OMNOMNOMNOMNOM"
PENNE!!!
SPAGHETTI!!
"SPAGHETTI! The long edible yellow worms of goodness! They taste so good with tomato sauce, and, sometimes, WITH MEATBALLS! You could also put grounded meat in the sauce and it creates this TOMATO-Y SAUCE-Y TASTE OF HEAVEN IT'S ONE OF MY FAVE- NO IT IS MY FAVORITE PASTA!!!

CAPELLINI!!!!
"In Italiano, Capellini means 'little hair, but in my opinion, it looks like long thin hair, maybe even France-niichan's hair! Same to Spaghetti, you could deliciously eat Capellini with tomato sauce!! Add a few things like shrimps, basils, anything, and
IT'LL BE
PURRRRFECT!"
FUSILI!!!!
FARFALLE!!!
"BUTTERFLIES! OH I
REALLLY DO LOOOVVE
BUTTERFLIES! Do you know 'farfalle' in Italiano means 'butterflies"? But in this case, these are edible butterflies!
Similar to some types of pastas, Farfalle can be eaten with sauce and also without sauce! Tomato sauce will be my personal best choice, teehee.."
ROTELLE!!!
"OH MY PASTANESS!! IT'S LITTLE EDIBLE WHEELS! Rotelle, in my opinion, looks like wheels.
Rotelle could be eaten with, also, tomato sauce and with ust toppings, LIKE A PIZZA!!"
RAVIOLI!!!!
"RAVIOLI!!! Romano-niichan can make really good raviolis!! They're basically dumplings with fillings between them! Tomato sauce, Creamy sauce, and also a lot of different types of sauces!"











GEMELLI!!
"TWIINSSS!!!! In Italliano,
Gemelli means twins! Maybe it's because it looks like they're 2 pastas twisted against each other, but in reality, they're not. It's just one pasta twisted.
It tastes good! They're perfect with pasta salad and various types of tomato sauce!"
FIORI!!!
"Fiori pastas looks like tiny little flowers! Well, that is the exact meaning of it in Italliano, flowers. They are practically tiny decorative edible pastas that goes well with meat sauce, fish sauce and TOMATO SAUCE!!"
CANNELLONI!!!
"Cannelloni are translated as 'Large Reeds' in Italliano. To be honest, I don't really know what reeds are, but I do know what goes well with it, spinach, ricotta and/or minced beef. PLEASE DON'T TELL GERMANY THAT I DON'T KNOW WHAT REEDS ARE I'LL DO ANYTHING PLEASE *flaps white flag*
DITALINI!!!
"Ditalini are very very short macaronis. They are usually eaten in soups and/or normal pasta. They are basically tincy weency cyllinder, TEENCY WEENCY. "
LINGUINE!!!!
``Linguine is a type of long, flat pasta wider than spaghetti but not as wide as fettuccine. It`s often served with seafood. I feel bad for the fishies.... BUT THEY TASTE GOOD MHMM``
PICI!!!
``Pici are long thick hand rolled pasta. They could be easily mistaken for spaghettti. They are served with garlic tomato sauce, mushroom sauce, ragu and numerous meats. Talking about meats, Germany`s sausage tasteS HORRIBLE. NO I DONT MEAN IT IN THAT WAY NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO``
GARGANELLI!!!
"Garganelli is a type of egg-based pasta notable for their time eating preparation. Some Garganelli pasta were rolled, into a turbular shape, like their big brother Penne. Dream big, Garganelli, Dream Big. They taste really good with duck ragu."
VERMICELLI!!!
"This is Vermicelli, it means little worms in Italliano. Some asian countries like Nihon and Chūgoku (China) and other asian countries, but it's made out of rice flour instead of pure Italliano spirit. It taste really really really good with seafood
TORTELLINI!!!!!
"Similar to the popular Ravioli, Tortellini is a stuffed pasta, with meat as its usual filling.
Pour some soauce overtop it and it'll be haven as a dish."
FUSILLI BUCATI!!
"This is pasta that mixes two pasta together, Fusilli, and Bucatini. It's a hybrid pasta. Long and curly. It's good with a lot of types of sauces!"
HIIIIII!!!!!
My name is Italy and I'm from a show called Hetalia! My favourite things are Doitsu (Germany) and Nihon (Japan)!
I also like women, white flags, pizza and of course, PASTA!!!!!!!
I will be your guide for today, YAY!!
"First of, we have Lasagna!! I really like it because
it , well of course, made out of Pasta! Some Lasagna
have meat, while others
could have veggies and
such, well I prefer meat
because meat taste good.
Meat sauce are commonly
eaten with Lasagna, which
are practically grounded
meat infused with tomato
sauce, mix with a few
other spices such as,
basil, fennel seeds, and a few Italian
seasonings. IT'S SO GOOD!"
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/23600/worlds-best-lasagna/
-Lasagna
RECIPES
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/rigatoni-with-creamy-mushroom-sauce-recipe.html
-Rigatoni
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/23431/to-die-for-fettuccine-alfredo/
-Fettuccine
" WOW,
LOOK AT
THAT ONE
SAUCY
BABE!"
see what i did there?
"Ziti or Bucatini
looks like long worms but with a hole pierced through in their body from one end to another. A very
delicious worm indeed. But worm is a dirty animal, so let's just say a long rope-y
type of pasta.SIMILLAR
WITH A LOT OF OTHER
PASTAS, ZITI IS
COMMONLY EATEN
WITH TOMATO SAUCE!
YASSSSS TOMATO!!!!!"
"Penne looks very similar to Rigatoni, but with one noticeable difference, there's a slanted cut on both end of the pasta. *gasps* IT'S A CATERPILLAR KILLED IN THE WORST WAY POSSIBLE! *cries**sniffles**stops crying*
Well, anyway, Penne is usually serve with pesto sauce,
marinara sauce, and/or arrabbiata sauce. But
still, the caterpillars...... don't worry Italy,
it's just pasta, not real caterpilars."
Conchiglie
"In the photo above, I place a couple of conchiglie shells on the sand, they look like real shells, don't they? The photo was
when Germany, Japan and I were stuck on an island, who
knew the island was actually one of China's private
island, he even have a town on it! SO, anyway,
conchiglie pasta are usually eaten without
sauce, but sometimes, they can be mix
sauce, cheese sauce, for ex"
http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/bucatini-with-butter-roasted-tomato-sauce
-Ziti
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/baked-penne-with-fennel-recipe.html
-Penne
http://www.williams-sonoma.com/recipe/pasta-shells-with-mozzarella.html
-Conchiglie
http://www.food.com/recipe/jo-mamas-world-famous-spaghetti-22782
-Spaghetti
Did
Somebody
Said
Moi
Name?
http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/capellini-with-shrimp-and-creamy-tomato-sauce-241995
-Capellini
"Japan said that the pasta reminds him of the time where i drove him back to his place, like a rollercoaster, he said. Well, the Fusili looks nothing like a rollercoaster. Fusili isn't
usually eaten with a sauce, but instead, with TOPPINGS
, LIKE A PIZZA, BUT WITH SPAGHETTI *GASPS*"
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/fusilli-with-spinach-and-asiago-cheese-recipe.html
- Fusili
Recipe 2#
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/13883/manicotti/
-Manicotti
"In Italiano, Orzo means 'barley' because they look like barley, duh. It's so itty bitty and small that it's basically an italian version of rice. The
sauce that is usually
cooked with Orzo is either
tomato and/or cheese.
I wonder... can you eat
this WITH CHOPSTICKS??
I ALWAYS SEE APAN
EATING RICE WITH
CHOPSTICKS, MAYBE YOU
COULD DO THE SAME
THING WITH ORZO!"
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/11853/orzo-with-parmesan-and-basil/
-Orzo
http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/farfalle-with-sausage-tomatoes-and-cream-233707
-Farfalle
-ATTACK OF THE PASTA-
LOVING-ITALY

"Just like Fettucine, Tagliatelle are long flat gummy worms or ribbons that are edible. But
unlike, Fettuccine, Tagliatelle is served with thick sauce, THICK TOMATO SAUCE.
OMNOMNOMNOMNOMNOM"
http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/3746/tagliatelle-carbonara.aspx
-Tagliatelle
http://www.yummly.com/recipe/external/Creamy-Greek-Pasta-Salad-1314992
-Gemelli
http://www.recipebridge.com/g/221/100620450/fiori-pasta-with-mushroom-tuna-sauce
-Fiori
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/pasta-recipes/awesome-spinach-and-ricotta-cannelloni/#wvHqviLiPuktmeB3.97
-Cannelloni
http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/ditalini-with-chickpeas-and-garlic-rosemary-oil
-Ditalini
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/linguine-with-shrimp-scampi-recipe3.html
-Linguine
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/mario-batali/garganelli-with-duck-ragu-recipe.html
-Garganelli
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/223529/vermicelli-noodle-bowl/
-Vermicelli
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/76129/spinach-tomato-tortellini/
-Tortellini
http://www.barilla.com/content/recipe/fusilli-bucati-corti-fresh-tomatoes
-Fusilli Bucati
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