For seafood lovers, the linguine noodle is a great match. Originating in the Genoa and Liguria regions of Italy, linguine’s name translates to “little tongues.”
The linguine noodle — or linguini, as it’s typically called in the US — is narrower than fettuccine and flatter than spaghetti. It’s traditionally served with seafood and pesto dishes, like Cervasi’s popular Linguine with Clams recipe. (For other soon-to-be-favorites, check out the curated collection on our Linguine Pasta Pinterest board.)
We’ll continue to bring more Know Your Noodle posts here on our blog and introduce you to other Cervasi pasta products. In case you missed them, here are two recent KYN features: Spaghetti and Cavatappi.
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