Spaghetti is the cylindrical pasta with origins from ancient Italy and Sicily. There, even during the time of Romans, cook prepared pasta-based meals of many types, with one of them being the long thin cylindrical pasta that has over time evolved into its modern look.
Traditional Italian ingredients – Dried Italian spaghetti must be created from durum wheat semolina, r flour and water. Traditionally, these spaghetti are created to have length of 50 cm (20 in).
International spaghetti ingredients – Outside of Italy, world’s cooks have worked on an incredible amount of variations that have made spaghetti one of the most popular pasta meals of all time. They are usually made from wide variety of flours.
Popular toppings in Italy and around the world: