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2008-10-16


photo source: http://simmerdown.files.wordpress.com/2007/09/fettucine2.jpg

Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
While most of the time, fettucine comes in curled up form [like the picture above], sometimes it is packaged in an elongate plastic wrapper like those with spagetti, but the pasta are flater and thicker. You can differentiate it instantly.

Price ranging from RM5-7 per packet.

Note from Wiki:
Fettuccine (literally "little ribbons" in Italian) is a type of pasta popular in Rome. It is a flat, thick noodle made of egg and flour, similar to what is called tagliatelle elsewhere in Italy.
In Italian cuisine, it is traditionally made fresh (either at home or commercially), but dried versions also exist on the market.
A popular fettuccine dish in North America is fettuccine alfredo.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fettuccine

Recipe/s that use/s this item:
Carbonara Fettucine With Bacon Crisp


First Commentator

Congratulations, Marzie! and thank you for your comments love! ;)

5 comments:

Mariuca said...

Yay first here too ha ha!! :)

Mariuca said...

And yeeha!! MPG is here as well, I'm now at AGP and Glossy! Hope to remain tops at AGP and here soon! ;)

Jean Chia aka Ms.Yummy~licious said...

aloha marzie!! wow, two times in a row! congrates, woman! For that, I am going to give FC linky love at glossy too!!

all the best in securing yr top spot for EC! kambate!! ;)

Marzie, thanks for showering glossy, TGB and AGP with your unconditional love!! *HUGZ*

Shinade said...

Oh as always I am running very late Jean.

Oh my Anchovies......Eeeekkkkkk...I have tried and tried and I simply can't acquire a taste for them.

I hope you had a good day!

As for me I am pooped and dwindling fast!!

Hugs:-)))

Jean Chia aka Ms.Yummy~licious said...

->shinade: hello jackie! hehe, thanks for squeesing glossy in yr schedule. Appreciated yr visit! *HUGZ*

oh, really? we use anchovies in chinese & malay cuisine. it's yummy however it is cooked. maybe i can try a simple recipe wt anchovies for u. hmmm... i brainstorm first. :)

U have a great day too, k! Love ya! :)