Calamarata

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Calamarata
Calamari2.jpg
Type Pasta
Place of origin Naples, Italy

Calamarata is a kind of thick ring pasta, often dyed with black squid ink so that they resemble sliced calamari. It originates from Naples (Napoli) in the South of Italy. Calamaretti is the smaller variant of Calamarata.[1]

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  1. ^ "Calamarata". Ultimate Cooking Guide. Retrieved 4 November 2015.