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Bigoli is a very unique and regional pasta. It is the signature pasta of the Veneto region. Fresh bigo...
 
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February 25, 2014
Bigoli

Bigoli is a very unique and regional pasta. It is the signature pasta of the Veneto region. Fresh bigoli are usually made of whole wheat flour, they are thick and have a chewy texture. Bigoli are made by extruding the pasta dough through a torchio (a pasta press). Dry bigoli are now available in the pasta department of specialty food stores or you can make it by using an electric pasta-extruder or a meat grinder without the blade. I like to serve my bigoli the traditional way with a gusty-gutsy chicken liver sauce, or with an onion and anchovy sauce.