From Italian anello (“ring”).
- A type of pasta similar to rigatoni but with ridges on the inside.
- 2011, Robin Raisfeld & Rob Patronite, Bowled Over, New York Magazine:
- The pièce de résistance, though, is a dried tubular pasta called anelloni, a fashion-forward shape that dares to wear its sauce-clinging ridges on the inside of the loop instead of on the outside
- A type of pasta developed to investigate ring-shaped polymers.
- 2014, Davide Michieletto & Matthew S. Turner, A taste for anelloni, Physics World (IOP), pages 28-31:
- So we decided to create our own "ring spaghetti" — or "anelloni" as we've decided to call it (anello in Italian meaning "ring").