The world of spaghetti is like an ever-changing kaleidoscope. The number of species is said to be at least 500. Combined with the combination of sauces, thousands of pastas can be made and it is a staple food of Italy.
The origin of pasta is simply that some people claim to originate in China, brought back to Italy by Marco Polo and then spread throughout Europe.
Some people also advocated: In the past, in order to solve the problem of a large population and difficult food preservation, the Roman Empire came up with the idea of smashing the flour into a group, smashing it into a pancake and then cutting it, so as to invent the famous food of the age--PASTA ( spaghetti).
The earliest pasta was formed around the 13th to 14th centuries, most like the pasta we ate in the 21st century. After the Renaissance, the types and sauces of pasta were gradually enriched with art.
The original pasta was cut and cut in the sun. When it was eaten, it was placed in the oven with meat and vegetables. Therefore, the streets and squares of many cities on the Italian peninsula were everywhere. People. It is said that the longest noodle is actually 800 meters. However, since pasta was originally a product of the food shortage, the favored people were mostly poor, but their taste quickly made it impossible for all classes to resist.