What's the difference between noodles and pasta?


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Most Helpful Guy

  • It appears to be vernacular associated with cuisine. Pasta is description of noodles used in Italian dishes. Noodles are associated with Asian cuisine.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • I find it super confusing that in German pasta is Nudel, which obviously I associate with noodles, but while in my mind noodles are pasta, all pasta aren't noodles.

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    • What I meant to say in a very confusing way is that noodles are a type of pasta to me. Like tagliatelle, pappardelle, linguine, fusilli etc.

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What Guys Said 3

  • Pasta is grain based, noodles can be made of a variety of materials.

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  • noodles is pasta its a type

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  • Made out of different things

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What Girls Said 3

  • Noodles are pasta. Not all pasta comes in noodle form.

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  • Noodle go in broths, pasta can go in broths but mostly creamier dishes, and they are made differently.

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  • A noodle is a spaghetti shaped pasta. So pasta is the general term, and noodle is a type of pasta

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