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A short, curved tublar pasta with a ruffled edge that runs along the length of the outside curve. Suitable for serving with meat sauces and for use in casseroles, Creste Di Gallli is named for the crest on a rooster's head. As a classic Neopolitan variety of pasta, it can be seved in soups or with a variety of hearty sauces. If Creste Di Galle is unavailable, farfalle, gigli, and macaroni may be substituted.
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