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Rigatoni is a form of pasta. They are elongated tubes that, unlike penne, are cut straight at the ends. Rigatoni come in different lengths and diameters. On the outside, they are ribbed. Hence their name, derived from the Italian rigato (striped). Rigatoni are eaten with various sauces. They are industrially pressed under a pressure of 100 bars. The shape of this pasta is among the most classic shapes. When an Italian talks about maccheroni (from which our word macaroni in turn derives), he basically means any kind of pasta, yet chances are he is thinking more specifically precisely of rigatoni.
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