Spaghetti

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Barilla Spaghetti Pasta
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Spaghetti is the most popular shape in Italy. The name comes from the Italian word spaghi, which means "lengths of cord." Spaghetti originates from the south of Italy and is commonly used with tomato sauces, fresh vegetables, or fish.

Barilla® Spaghetti is made with non-GMO ingredients. For more information, please read our position.

Perfect for ...

As everybody’s favorite, Spaghetti pairs well with just about any kind of sauce. Try Spaghetti with simple tomato sauce, with or without meat or vegetables (medium-size chunks work well) or try it with fish or oil-based sauces, or carbonara.



About

Semolina
Cooks in 9 - 10 minutes

Pack Size(s)

  • 16 oz. (8 x servings)
  • 32 oz. (16 x servings)

Benefits

Great source of energy
Low Glycemic Index, keeping you fuller, longer
Enriched with Iron and B Vitamins
Made with Non-GMO Ingredients

Suitable For

Vegetarian
Lactose Free
Peanut Free
Shell Fish Free
Fish Free
Tree Nut Free
Soy Free
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Ingredients & Nutrition

Cooking & Measuring

Measuring your pasta

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Our Chef’s tip

Add a generous pinch of sea salt to the cooking water to enhance the pasta’s flavor.

Avoid adding oil to the water as it prevents sauce from clinging to the pasta.

Visit our Help and Support page for more helpful cooking tips.

COOKING YOUR PASTA

1

Bring 4 - 6 quarts of water to a rolling boil, add salt to taste.

2

Add contents of package to boiling water. Stir gently.

3

Return to a boil. For authentic "al dente" pasta, boil uncovered, stirring occasionally for 9 minutes. For more tender pasta, boil an additional 1 minute.

4

Remove from heat. Drain well.

5

Serve immediately with your favorite Barilla sauce.

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