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            Spaghetti

            Spaghetti is a long and thin pasta originating from Italy. Traditional spaghetti is made using durum wheat semolina and water. The pasta was originally made in 50cm lengths but as it gained popularity the length of the pasta decreased in size. Today, spaghetti is most commonly available in 25–30cm lengths. A variety of pasta dishes are made using spaghetti such as spaghetti alla Carbonara and spaghetti Bolognese.

            Asked by Alek Batz in Pasta, Spaghetti

            What do you call a single spaghetti noodle?

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            A single spaghetti noodle is quite delightfully called a spaghetto. In Italian, “i” on the end of a word means it’s plural, the “o” here means it’s singular. So this goes for all your favorite pasta: fettucino, gnocco, my personal favorite raviolo, etc. Further, you technically don’t want a panini, you want a panino. I hope this brings you as much joy as it has brought me.
            Asked in Food & Cooking, Pasta, Spaghetti

            How do you preserve spaghetti sauce?

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            Through canning or freezing. Freezing is simpler.
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            How do you tone down strong garlic taste in spaghetti sauce?

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            you tone down the garlic taste by adding other seasoning, example: salt, pepper
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            How many servings are in a number ten can of spaghetti sauce?

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            Depending on individual portion size, about 25
            Asked in Food & Cooking, Pasta, Spaghetti

            Where do spaghetti trees grow?

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            Nowhere, as there are no Spaghetti trees. Spaghetti is made mainly from flour.
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            Where spaghetti originated from?

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            Spaghetti is a long, thin, cylindrical pasta of Italian origin. Spaghetti is made of semolina or flour and water. Italian dried spaghetti is made from durum wheat semolina, but outside of Italy it may be made with other kinds of flour. Pasta in the West may first have been worked to long, thin forms in Southern Italy around the 12th Century. The popularity of pasta spread to the whole of Italy after the establishment of pasta factories in the 19th century, enabling the mass production of pasta for the Italian market. In the United States around the end of the 1800s, spaghetti was offered in restaurants as Spaghetti Italienne (which likely consisted of extremely soggy noodles and a tomato sauce diluted with broth) and it wasn't until decades later that it came to be prepared with garlic or peppers. Canned spaghetti, kits for making spaghetti, and spaghetti with meatballs became popular, and the dish has become a staple in the U.S.
            Asked in Food & Cooking, Pasta, Spaghetti

            Can you eat spaghetti after one week?

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            breast milk mainly for the first few months
            Asked in Food & Cooking, Cowboy Movies and Westerns, Pasta, Spaghetti

            Why are some films called spaghetti westerns?

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            Because they show people eating spaghetti a lot? Just kidding. Western produced in Italy in the 1960s and 1970s are called Spaghetti Western simply because they were produced in Italy. If they had been filmed in France they might have been called Baguette Westerns.
            Asked in Food & Cooking, Meat, Pasta, Spaghetti

            What goes with spaghetti and meatballs?

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            Tomato sauce. On the side you can try a vegetable such as broccoli, or maybe an Italian salad. Of course garlic bread is always yummy with any pasta!
            Asked in Cleaning, Food & Cooking, Laundry, DIY Projects, Pasta, Spaghetti

            How do you remove spaghetti stains from clothes?

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            Scrape off an much of the spaghetti as you can. Pretreat the stain and rinse it with hot water. Rub the stain with laundry detergent and wash in the washing machine with hot water. I do my best to replace clothing with stains, but if I cannot, I read the labels for each type of material or cloth is different. Hot water usually sets stains.I would soak this in cool water and use Woolite.
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            What does vermicelli spaghetti means?

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            Vermicelli in Italian means 'Little worms'. If you really look at that certain spaghetti when cooked, it's small and at times is like a tiny worms' body. Hope this helps :)
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            Can you warm spaghetti in an oven?

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            Certainly you can. It's better to cover it with foil to cut down on over browning at the edges. Personally, I use a steamer and a stainless steel bowl to do the job.
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            Why does spaghetti sauce go watery when put on spaghetti?

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            Basically all you did was rinse your spaghetti after you cooked it. You removed the starch which makes the sauce stick. When you do this the pasta becomes waxy and the sauce will run off. Contrary to popular reading, I quit rinsing my pasta after cooking, with the exception of elbow noodles. If you overcook your pasta, you're not allowing it to absorb that last bit of moisture out of the sauce. Best way to avoid watery sauce is to take your pasta out of the boiling water when it is not completely cooked (this is called "al dente"), then, without rinsing it, finish your pasta in the hot sauce until you reach the apropriate doneness.
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            Why are you discontinuing Franco American spaghetti?

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            It hasn't been discontinued. Campbell's bought Franco American. So Campbell's Spaghetti is the exact same thing.
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            Where can you buy franco American spaghetti?

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            If you are looking for good old fashioned 'Franco American Spaghetti, with no meat, it doesn't exist anymore. There is only one type of Franco American Spaghetti and it is with MEAT BALLS, and you will be hard pressed to find even that now. The Campbells Soup company took over 'Franco American' back in 2004. As far as I am concerned the quality has gone down dramatically. It's now just a can of mushed up noodles with a grainy type sauce.! Yuck! I just contacted Campbells and complained about the meatless canned spaghetti and the poor quality of it. I am 56 years old, and this has been my 'comfort food' for my entire life! I am so disappointed it has changed. Time marches on, so I guess another old favorite goes into the annals of time!! Good luck finding the meat ball spahetti, if that's what you are looking for!
            Asked in Food Spoilage, Spaghetti

            Can you eat spaghetti sauce out of the jar without cooking it?

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            Yes. All the ingredients are cooked. All you do when you heat it is just that, heating not cooking.
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            What are the origins of spaghetti?

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            The word spaghetti is originally from Italy and is very popular. Spaghetti bolanase comes from Italy
            Asked in Food & Cooking, Nutrition, Calorie Count, Pasta, Spaghetti

            How many calories in spaghetti hoops?

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            Have a look on the tin and you will find out if not look on the internet it will be there somewhere!

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