|Place of origin||Italy|
Pappardelle [papparˈdɛlle] (singular: pappardella) are large, very broad, flat pasta noodles, similar to wide fettuccine. The name derives from the verb "pappare", to gobble up. The fresh types are two to three centimetres (3⁄4–1 inches) wide and may have fluted edges. Dried egg pappardelle have straight sides. It originates from the region of Tuscany.
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