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|Place of origin||Italy|
|Main ingredients||Wheat flour|
Pastina (Turkish: Şehriye) (literally "little pasta") is a variety of pasta consisting of tiny pieces of pasta available in a variety of shapes. It is the smallest type of pasta produced. It is made of wheat flour and may also include egg.
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