Testaroli are the world's oldest type of pasta. They are made by first pan-frying the pasta dough like crepes. It's an interesting and chewy pasta! Toss with the pesto genovese (recipe below).
I love homemade pasta, so lately I've been experimenting with it. I wondered how this pasta would be with basil pesto.
Testaroli is the world's oldest pasta, which originated in the Lunigiana region of Italy. It's Tuscan cuisine, but the sauce is pesto genovese. Real testaroli is only cooked on one side.
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