Learning Objectives To learn new realities about pasta To see why there are such a large number of sorts of pasta acces

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Learning ObjectivesTo learn new actualities about pastaTo see why there are such a large number of sorts of pasta availableTo outline a pasta dish utilizing a kind of pasta of your decision . 5 Things about PastaIn your gathering record 5 things you can consider about pasta!. . . . . . . 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. Who Invented Pasta?The Chinese, The Italians or the Indians?.

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Learning Objectives To learn new certainties about pasta To perceive any reason why there are such a variety of sorts of pasta accessible To plan a pasta dish utilizing a kind of pasta of your decision

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5 Things about Pasta In your gathering record 5 things you can ponder pasta! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Who Invented Pasta? The Chinese, The Italians or the Indians? The Chinese – Eaten pasta as far back at 5,000 BC. The sources of "macaroni" in Italy backpedal the extent that the season of the Ancient Romans who gave the credit to the "Divine beings" Italian Marco Polo took it back to Italy from China in the 13 th Century A.D Video – History of Pasta

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The word pasta originates from the Italian word for glue, which means a mix of flour and water Top quality pasta is produced using durum wheat semolina (flour). At the point when pasta is made the point is to change over the flour of the durum wheat semolina into an item we can eat. What Is Pasta Made From?

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How is Pasta Made? 1. Mixing of flour and water 2. Massaging and blending of the mixture 3. Molding the Dough 4.Drying 5. Bundling and Distribution

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Pasta Shapes There are more than 600 pasta shapes overall Alphabets - This most loved children's shape is generally utilized as a part of soups for a fun supper at whatever time Macaroni - Can be finished with any sauce, prepared, or put in soups, plates of mixed greens and panfry dishes Rotini ("Spirals" or "Twists") - Rotini's wound shape holds bits of meat, vegetables and cheddar, so it functions admirably with any sauce

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Jumbo Shells - Best when loaded down with your cheddar, meat or vegetables. Neckties , Farfalle ("Butterflies") - Bow Ties light up any supper with their intriguing shape. Sufficiently thick for any sauce, or make into a serving of mixed greens or soup Spaghetti ("A Length of Cord") - Spaghetti Bolognese – The UK and USA's most loved pasta dish.

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Wagon Wheels , Ruote ("Wheels") - Wagon Wheels make intriguing servings of mixed greens, goulashes and panfry dishes. Add to soups, or essentially best with sauce and appreciate Lasagne (From "lasanum," Latin for pot) - Create new Lasagne dishes by utilizing hacked vegetables, cheeses and any sort of sauce. Rigatoni ("Large Grooved") - Rigatoni's edges and gaps are flawless with any sauce, from cream or cheddar to the chunkiest meat sauces

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Different Pasta Shapes/Types How we cook them

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Why Is Pasta Good for Us? 1 Cup of Cooked pasta contains;

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Which nation eats the most pasta?

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World Pasta Day 25th October

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Design a Pasta Dish What state of pasta you will utilize? Shells, spaghetti Who your dish is for? Youngster, Teenager, Mother, Father, Nan, Grandfather, veggie lover, competitor What fixings you will add to the pasta? Meat, vegetables, Sauce

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