Spaghetti, also known as spaghetti, is the closest thing to Western Chinese eating habits. There are many types of spaghetti, each with its own name, and its length is poor. Its hollow type is called macaroni by some Chinese users.
Regarding the origin of spaghetti, it is said that it originated from ancient Rome, and some said that it was made by Marco Polo from China through Sicily to the whole of Europe. As the legal raw material for pasta, Duran wheat is the hardest wheat variety with high density, high protein and high gluten. Its pasta is yellow in color and is resistant to cooking and taste.
Pasta is also different according to the type and shape. In addition to the straight powder that the Chinese think is noodle, there are also screw-type, curved-tube type, butterfly-type, hollow type, and shell-shaped forests.