Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Linda Miller Nicholson is an internationally-recognized pasta powerhouse and her work has been featured on many popular websites such as Good Housekeeping, Buzzfeed, Elle, the BBC, and Business Insider. What makes her pasta so unique? Just take a look at below photos, you will totally understand. Ranging from her signature rainbow fusilli to Mario Kart-inspired red and white ravioli, Linda works with all natural ingredients and creates these spectacular pastas from scratch. You might wonder, where are those bright color comes from? By infusing all those natural coloring ingredients – Butterfly pea flowers (blue), beets and blueberries (purple), turmeric (yellow), and parsley (green), with flour, egg, and water, Linda mangages to make these eye-popping pasta. And becuase her pastas are freshly made, which requires fairly short cooking time that allows the colors to maintain their vibrance after boiling. So you can have the world’s most colorful pasta without worrying the color faded into water.

Nicholson shares behind-the-scenes videos on YouTube, and you can see more of her finished and in-progress pastas on Instagram. If you are interested to know how to make these colorful pasta yourself, Nicholson’s debut cookbook, is due out in October, and is available for preorder.

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

Probably The Most Colorful Pasta in the World

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