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For the Italian village in Tuscany, see Pastina, Santa Luce.
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Place of originItaly
Main ingredientsWheat 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.

Pastina is typically used in broth soups in Italian and Turkish cuisine.