7 Ways With Linguine
These flat pasta ribbons or "little tongues" take to just about any sauce, but they're great in casseroles, frittatas, and Asian dishes too.
This versatile pasta usually steps out with a savory seafood sauce, but it also works as a substitution for specialty Asian noodles such as egg and udon noodles, and can stand the heat in a baked dish. Linguine also has longevity; store your dried, uncooked pasta for up to a year in cool, dry place.
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