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Calories, kcal: 384 Proteins, g: 14.1 Fats, g: 4.4 Carbohydrates, g: 67.6
Fettuccine (fettuccine) got their name from the word fettuccia, which means ribbon in Italian. Fettuccine is a type of Italian long and flat pasta, the width of which is usually about 7 mm, can be cut with an ordinary sharp knife or with a special shaped cutter.
Calorie content of fettuccine
The calorie content of fettuccine paste is 384 kcal per 100 grams of product.
The dough for fettuccine, consisting of durum wheat flour, has a decent chemical composition, it contains: choline, beta-carotene, vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, B12, A, E, K and PP, as well as potassium, calcium, magnesium, zinc, selenium, copper and manganese, iron, phosphorus and sodium.
Fettuccine in cooking
Fettuccines are quite impressive in size, so they go well with thick, rich sauces, spicy meat and spicy with mushrooms. The smooth, velvety and delicate texture of fettuccine is enveloped in the sauce, the paste absorbs it like a sponge, which is why all light sauces are suitable for cooking with fettuccine. It should be mentioned that a dish called fettuccine is known all over the world, it is fettuccine pasta, usually with a creamy sauce (calorizer). Usually, the names of pasta dishes are given by sauces: Carbonara, Bolognese, Marinara. In the case of fettuccine, it is pasta that leads.
Therefore, fettuccine can be prepared with almost any ingredient: seasonal vegetables, chanterelles, oyster mushrooms and porcini mushrooms, with fish and seafood, with poultry, game, traditional minced veal. The main thing is not to overcook the fettuccine and mix it with the sauce while it is still hot.