Origin of fettuccineIt, literally , little ribbons from fetta: see feta
pasta in thin, flat strips, wider than linguine, often served with butter, cheese, etc.
also sp. fet·tu·ci′ne or fet·tu·ci′ni
- Pasta in narrow flat strips.
- A dish made with such strips of pasta.
Origin of fettuccineItalian pl. diminutive of fettucia ribbon possibly diminutive of fetta slice ; see feta .
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