from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Pasta in narrow flat strips.
- n. A dish made with such strips of pasta.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Long, flat ribbons of pasta, cut from a rolled-out sheet; identical in form to tagliatelle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. pasta in flat strips wider than linguine
When CSPI first dubbed fettuccine Alfredo a "heart attack on a plate," it was because CSPI's lab tests found it had 1,500 calories and 48 grams of saturated fat.
According to my research, it's a broader kind of fettuccine noodle, at about 1/2 an inch wide.
He made his Blisstree debut last week sharing his original recipe for carrot and parsnip "fettuccine".
Flat noodles such as fettuccine pair well with slinky butter-and-cream sauces.
We made up for it tonight by having homemade margaritas and freshly cooked pinto beans with salad and tomatoes off the vine and some fettuccine with olive oil, garlic, lots of squeezed lemon, salt and ground pepper.
That means no more fettuccine alfredo, no more bagel with cream cheese, no more stir fry cooked in butter, no more creamy parmesan dressing,
Add fettuccine and cook at a rolling simmer until just under al dente, stirring occasionally, about 8 to 9 minutes.
Made pork for dinner, along with leftover fettuccine.
Anyone who isn't a foodie might balk at the £12 it costs for Italian restaurant L'Anima's "icon dish" of wild mushroom fettuccine with black summer truffle from Umbria, but this superbly executed pasta was actually a fraction of what it would cost in any restaurant.
Whar dya consider flatworms as well as fettuccine come from a sky?, he was listened to mumble.