Today is National Macaroni Day (yes, there’s a day for that)! How well do you know your noodles? We use the terms macaroni and elbow macaroni interchangeably in the U.S., since it’s the most common variety here; however, macaroni is more than just a shape. Macaroni noodles are made with durum wheat and the recipe does not contain eggs. Its cylindrical shape is produced by extruding the dough, and its signature curve comes from the speed of the extrusion.
If you’ve read this far, you’ve probably got a hankering for some macaroni and cheese. If you’re a fan of truffle and are feelin’ fancy, check out our recipe White Truffle Macaroni and Cheese recipe in the AllSpice recipe library. It’s a perfect way to celebrate a favorite noodle.
Looking for something more along the lines of a hearty entrée? Whip up a batch of delicious Hungarian Goulash. The Bonus with this recipe? There are almost always delicious leftovers!
Happy Macaroni Day!