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'''Acini di pepe''' are a form of [[pasta]]. Italian for "[[peppercorns]]", they look like tiny beads.
 
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Acini di pepe

Acini di pepe are a form of pasta. Italian for "peppercorns", they look like tiny beads.

Acini di pepe work well in soups or cold salads. Also sometimes referred to as pastina (Italian for "tiny dough"); however, some pasta makers distinguish pastina as smaller than acini di pepe.

Acini de Pepe is Italian for "peppercorns," -- tiny peppercorn-shaped pasta.


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