Pasta is a universally loved Italian delight. Whether it is served with red/white sauce, or given a desi twist with some masala, it is a treat to taste buds. Penne, rotini, macaroni, ravioli, tortellini, fusilli… pasta comes in various shapes and sizes. But have you ever stopped to wonder how these shapes are crafted? You might imagine a large factory creating them en masse, but a trending Instagram video offers a fascinating glimpse into the process. The clip showcases pasta being cut with a pasta-cutting machine. As the video garners more and more views, people are sharing their unfiltered reactions. Some food enthusiasts have found it “satisfying.”
The video showcases a machine in action, pushing various pasta shapes from the bottom upward. As the pasta ascends, a cutter efficiently slices through the pasta. It produces a variety of shapes, including farfalle, rigatoni, fusilli, ditalini, penne, rotini, shells, and more. The text on the video reads, “Pasta cutting machine shows how it can be mass-produced.” Take a look at the video below:
The video has amassed 7.5 lakh views so far. Here is how some Instagram users reacted:
A person wrote, “I feel like we’re not supposed to see this.”
Another added, “No matter how fast they pump it out, I will eat it even faster.”
“This is so satisfying to watch,” a user added.
Someone jested, “I am going to noodle through the pasta cutting machine.”
“I did not expect that pasta would be made this way,” read a comment.
An Instagramer said, “This is hypnotic.”
“This is truly awesome,” wrote a person.
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