What kind of noodles do you use in spaghetti?

Chef's answer
Fettuccine is an egg pasta cut into long, narrow ribbons. It is often served with cream sauces, as in the classic Fettuccine Alfredo. You can use fettuccine in any recipe that calls for linguine or spaghetti.Apr 14, 2021
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The Bad News: Fat and Calorie Overload A typical portion of this decadent dish has 1200 calories, 75 grams of fat, 47 grams of saturated fat and gives you more than half a day's worth of sodium. Yikes! Looking at a recipe, it's not hard to figure out why.
Alfredo sauce is frequently served with chicken over fettuccine noodles, and called Chicken Alfredo. Fettuccine refers to a flat noodle, and is used in many ways, most often with a thick sauce that sticks to the noodle, can be a cream sauce like Alfredo sauce, or a tomato based sauce.
So what's the difference between linguine and fettuccine? Fettuccine is even thicker than linguine. And rather than being elliptical, it has a distinctively flat, thick look to it. Hold some fettuccine next to some linguine, and you can instantly tell which is which by the thickness and flatness of the piece of pasta.
Pappardelle: Much wider than fettuccine and tagliatelle, pappardelle is a Tuscan pasta often served with a chunky sauce.May 5, 2021
Instead of piles of pasta, serve your fettuccine in single-cup servings along with a lean protein (chicken or shrimp) and some vegetables. Below is my recipe, which I often serve with roasted shrimp and broccoli. The whole meal takes less than 20 minutes to make!
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