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April 28, 2013


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Anna Engdahl

Thank you. I loved the video, especially when they started singing.

diary of a tomato

Thanks for discovering this wonderful new pasta shape, Simona! My hands are itching to make these! I was interested in the technique for kneading such a large batch of pasta dough shown in the video. Can you tell if they used regular semola or rimacinata?

Michelle @Amourbeurre

Just gorgeous- I'm not sure that I would have the patience to make them but I have a dinner party coming up that might just need a challenge like this!


Amazing work and surely must taste amazing. I don't have the patience for this any more.


Thank you so much for an orginal and beautiful chilli pasta dish. Heres the link to the round up

Simona Carini

So glad you liked the video, Anna.

Debra, I have read that it is made with semola.

Hi Michelle. Patience is a necessary ingredient, but it brings a nice reward. Your dinner guests would be left speechless.

Ciao Ivy. The pairing with the sauce was nice.

Thank you so much for hosting, Shaheen.


this is a very good sauce, a little spicy for the little kids. i added a little sweet basil, it was just the right touch.

Bread & Companatico

le voglio!!! bellissime e sembrano anche facili da fare. in piu' mi piacciono da morire le ricette della cucina tradizionale, e quella sarda e' sempre piena di sorprese. restia come sono a fare la pasta, queste le faccio prestissimo (magari per il tuo evento pastaiolo, anche se sono in partenza...)

kathy bechtel

Truly a labor of love - your photos are gorgeous, with the different textures and the beautifully shaped pasta.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Nicolas.

Fammi sapere se provi a farle, Barbara. E spero che riuscirai a partecipare.

Thank you so much, Kathy, for your kind words.

Rachel Cotterill

I've never seen this pasta shape before - so cute :)

Simona Carini

I am glad you like it, Rachel. It is really one of the cutest pasta shapes.

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