Trenette refers to a specialty food from Liguria, Italy which is a flat thin pasta noodle, a northern version of linguine. Trenette is made from whole wheat flour, come in long, flat strips, either fresh or dried, and like trofie, a spiral-shaped gnocchi, are served with a sauce made from boiled beans, potatoes, and pesto.
Trenette is often used with seafood and with pesto sauce in Genoa.

Trenette is pronounced "treh-neht-teh"