A thin type of spaghetti with flattened edges, it is produced traditionally using custom-made bronze moulds and an extra-long drying process. Spaghetti or capellini can be used instead of linguine in a recipe but remember to adjust the cooking time.
Uses: Linguine is best served with a medium-thick sauce which will cling to the strands of the pasta. For a quick supper toss linguine in single cream and stir in some smoked salmon or cooked prawns, plenty of fresh parsley and black pepper, a little lemon juice and top with fresh grated Parmesan to serve.
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