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|Place of origin||Italy|
|Region or state||Sardinia|
|Main ingredients||Semolina dough|
Fregula (also fregola) is a type of pasta from Sardinia. It is similar to Israeli couscous. Fregula comes in varying sizes, but typically consists of semolina dough that has been rolled into balls 2-3 mm in diameter and toasted in an oven.
- Fregula con Arselle
- "Nibble on Mario Batali's Charred Sweet Corn and Fregula" (Jul 30, 2013) New Haven Register
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