The Best Dried Pasta Brands
When in Rome, go for handmade noodles. When at home, opt for this most common store-bought pasta variety, made with semolina flour (similar to coarse white flour). These winners boast a sandy exterior with tiny crevices that help sauce stick. Plus, they’re sturdy enough to pair with Grandma’s Bolognese.
RS long-pasta pick: Barilla Thick Spaghetti, $1.70 for 16 ounces, at supermarkets.