Ballerine Pasta also known as Ballerine which refers to a short cut pasta. It is cone-shaped, with a curled, ruffled top. Ballerine is a dried pasta made in Florence, Italy formed or shaped like a lily flower which is the symbol of Florence. Ballerine is synonymous with Campanelle, Riccioli and Gigli Pasta Ballerine can be used for making salads and soups. Suitable for thick sauces.

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