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Linguine Pasta.

Linguine (often written erroneously linguini in English, yet consistent with its usual English pronunciation) are a form of pasta — flat like fettuccine and trenette, but narrow like spaghetti. The name linguine means ``little tongues`` in Italian, where it is a plural of the feminine linguina. A thinner version of linguine is called linguettine.

According to Bobby Flay, linguine originate from the Campania region of Italy.[1] Linguine alle vongole (with clams) are a popular use of this pasta.

While spaghetti traditionally accompany meat and tomato dishes, linguine are often served with seafood or pesto. Linguine are slightly wider than spaghetti, and there is a companion product called linguine fine which are similar in width to spaghetti.

See also

Pasta List of pasta


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