Look! Pipette-Shaped Pasta
Their shape is somewhat similar to macaroni, but the tube is wider and actually dips down in the middle like the pipe it’s named after.
With one open end and one slightly cinched end, sauces and smaller ingredients get caught inside the pasta. Take a bite and you get the chewiness from the pasta followed by a burst from the liquid being held inside.
Look for it next time you go grocery shopping!
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(Image: Emma Christensen for the Kitchn)