Which Pasta Shape Goes With Which Sauce?

Apr 11, 2012 01:50 PM EDT

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Have you ever had a hard time to choose a pasta shape? Sometime we don't know exactly which pasta shape goes with which sauce. When the sauce matches the pasta, and the pasta shape matches the texture of the sauce, both can create the perfect taste. Here are some tips to choose the pasta for your incredible pasta dish. Press start on the top. 

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