Top Ten Best Types of PastaI love Italian food. And what do most of us think of first when we're thinking of Italian food? Well, pizza. But close behind is pasta. And these varieties of pasta are the ones we love most.
Everybody knows and loves spaghetti. It's a difficult food to dislike. Add marinara sauce and some meatballs and you've got a perfect Italian trio!
I love this almost as much as pizza. But sadly pizza isn't a pasta. But I guess that means that this is number 1.
What pasta lover doesn't love spaghetti?
Somehow a lot of pasta dishes made with penne pasta end up containing bacon. I find it strange... That more people don't eat it all the time! Pairs nicely with any sort of parmesan dish, too (I'm talking about chicken, veal, eggplant, etc...).
I used to always order penne at restaurants. Now I order Penne at restaurants and ice cream bars
Delicious tubes. My mom thinks they're cheap and trashy.
I don't think I need to convince anybody of how great macaroni can be. It's the only pasta that I know that doesn't need sauce to be awesome. Just cheese, baby. Just cheese.
Who doesn't love these sweet golden horns.
Sort of, like, a larger linguine. Basically the HUNGRY MAN of the pasta world. Bigger, especially in this case, is better! Ah, man. Now I want Fettuccine Alfredo.
Better than Spaghetti. So satisfying rolling them up on your forks.
It's that curly pasta. I'm not sure what the difference is between fusilli and rotini, but I just went with the better-sounding one, basically.
Not my favorite. Pesto sticks so well to them they end up overloaded. Or maybe I just use too much pesto.
I like the taste of fusilli as long as it includes delicious ingredients.
Rigatoni is that sort of ridged, tubular, and hollow pasta that you usually see in a cold pasta salad (or, at least, I often use it in those sorts of dishes). I'm sure its uses are many.
Rigatoni is like penne but bigger.
My favorite tubes. Nice and thick
Spinach & Ricotta is one the best tasting things ever.
Chicken Ravioli is life.
Mm the cheese
It is the only acceptable type, besides maybe spaghetti.
If it's good enough for Garfield, it's good enough for me.
This is so good I only tried it because I thought if it's good enough for Garfield, it's good enough for me when I tasted it it was amazing I now knew why Garfield loves it far too much
It makes a suitable substitute for spaghetti (but calling it a substitute would imply that you didn't like the sound of it in the first place, right? Which would obviously not be the case since this stuff is awesome).
Thicker version of spaghetti and perfect with mozzarella and marinara.
Difference to fettuccine tho?
I was gonna vote for penne, but I think farfalle deserves more votes. I love it, especially with good marinara sauce.
Used to be my favorite because the middle part always stayed lovely al dente. But now I don't dig them as much anymore...
Colloquially known as "bowtie" pasta. Always a fun and tasty choice in my books.
I love me a good cheese cannelloni! Not a dish you find at many Italian restaurants, I find. I can't understand why.
Better than Ravioli, every bite is a mouth full of miniture ravioli's packed with more concentrated filling giving tortellini an even more craveable taste.
So freaking good! You can put stuff in it and they are easy to stab with a fork.
That's a funny name.
I like the noodles more than spaghetti. They are thicker.