What is your favorite of the following: linguine, fettucine, angel hair or spaghetti?
Angel hair, fettucine and linguine, I think spaghetti is honestly a little to thick and it tastes differently.
It really depends on what I am cooking. But I love using fettucine.
I like fettucine the best for its flat texture and tasty taste.
That's a rough question because the kinds of dishes they are used in are quite different, and you would want to use different pastas from all sorts of variables such as sauce, toppings, etc.
I prefer Fettuccine because I love roasted garlic chicken fettuccine Alfredo.
I like spaghetti. I guess it is a remnant of my childhood. We had it with meatballs, a big green salad and garlic bread. I always overcook angel hair. It is too squishy for me. I need to practice.
well, i guess i'll choose the one that i always eat.. Spaghetti!!! )
I love cooking with angel hair, and putting lots of fresh veggies in my pasta... but it's a bit more tricky to cook with.
I prefer angel hair (though my absolute favorite pasta is the elbow macaroni LOL). I work at a pet store where we sell different types of live worms so the spaghetti and the other long thick pastas remind me of them. GROSS.
I agree with AEvans....I like all but spaghetti. I choose the pasta by what type of sauce I'm serving.
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