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What's the difference between Spaghetti and Noodles?

What Makes Spaghetti Different From Noodles?


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The Similarity of Spaghetti and Noodles

• They both have cylindrical and long strands.

All about Noodles

• The roots of this product can be found in China. In fact, the oldest noodle in the world was seen in this country.
• They have thinner strands than spaghetti.
• Canna starch, potato starch, rice flour and rice starch can comprise a certain pack of noodles.
• This recipe starts with a boiling pot of broth or water where you would place all the noodles.
• Vegetables, seafood, meat and sauce are the main ingredients which are found in a noodle dish.
• Other noodle varieties: Japanese Shirataki (suited for individuals who want to have a low carbohydrate and calorie diet), Japanese Somen, Hungarian Nokedli, Southeast Asian Mee Pok, Chinese Lamian and Japanese ChÅ«ka Men.
• Other noodle recipes include chicken or beef noodle soup, fried noodles (Lo mein, Hokkien mee and Chow mien) and noodle salad (made with Thai glass noodle).
• Chopsticks often come along with noodles.

All about Spaghetti

• This delicious dish came from Italy yet its popularity has indeed reached the United States.
• Expensive spaghetti is made of drum wheat while the standard ones are made of wheat flour.
• If you want a thin kind of spaghetti, then you can purchase angel hair spaghetti (spaghettini).
• If you want wider spaghetti, then you can go for spaghettoni.
• You would need to place some salt or olive oil in a boiling pot of water together with the spaghetti strands upon cooking it.
• Taste enhancers such as Asiago, Parmesan and Pecorino Romano cheeses can often be found in spaghetti dishes.
• Vegetables, meat, basil leaves, oil, oregano, herbs and tomato sauce can also be seen in this recipe.
• It is eaten with a fork.

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