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|Alternative names||Sedanini, cornetti, diavoletti, diavolini, folletti; or zanne d'elefante if smooth.|
|Place of origin||Italy|
|Main ingredients||durum wheat, water|
Initially named zanne d'elefante (litt. "elephant tusks"), they were renamed sedani (from sedano, meaning "celery") after the trade of ivory was banned.