The word 'spaghetti' comes from Italian. This food is popularly believed to have been introduced to the West by the Venetian explorer Marco Polo following his visits to China. But while the Chinese have indeed been making noodles for thousands of years, they more commonly used rice flour than wheat flour.
The type of long, thin, boiled noodle today referred to as spaghetti is more like to have been introduced to southern Italy by Arab conquerors in the 12th century. A fifth century Aramaic source (the Jerusalem Talmud) refers to a boiled noodle of this sort.
A similar noodle has been attributed to an ancient people living in northern Russia. You would think it came from Italy, but it acctually came from China.
The Italians invented the spaghetti dish Actually the Chinese invented Spaghetti
Pasta was invented in China
Spaghetti is a type of pasta, so no.
Spaghetti was invented in 12th century Sicily. It became widespread in the 19th century because factory made spaghetti was inexpensive and easy to produce and store.
Spaghetti was invented in the 12th Century by Italians, but not Romans.
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Spaghetti (meaning long thin pasta) was invented in Italy around the 12th century.
The Italians, many centuries ago.
The pasta Italians invented was spaghetti.
Tori C and they came from italy!!