Ricciolini Nutrition Facts

Calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrate values for Ricciolini.


There are 196 calories in Ricciolini.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size:


cup spaghetti not packed (124 grams)

Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 10
Calories 196

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 1.2 grams

Saturated Fat 0.2 grams

Trans Fat 0 grams
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.4 grams
Monounsaturated Fat 0.2 grams

Cholesterol 0 milligrams

Sodium 1.2 milligrams

Potassium 55 milligrams

Total Carbohydrates 38 grams

Dietary Fiber 2.2 grams

Sugars 0.7 grams
Protein 7.2 grams

Vitamin A


Vitamin C





Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Food / Beverages > Bakery / Deli > Prepared & Preserved Foods > Pasta & Noodles (Perishable)

How long would it take to burn off 200 KCal?
Walking (3mph) 53 minutes
Running (6mph) 19 minutes
Bicycling (10mph) 27 minutes
Values estimated based on person weighing 140 lbs.

How do you make riccioli pasta?

Bring water to a boil in an ample pot, and salt generously. Cook the Riccioli for 7 minutes. Put the olive oil in a bowl and add the garlic (mashed through a hand press), the cherry tomatoes and the mozzarella. Drain the cooked pasta and add to the sauce.

What is riccioli?

A variety of fresh egg pasta that is often associated with pasta makers in the Piemont region of Italy. Very similar in shape to fusilloni, rotini spiral, and rotelle pasta, the Riccioli Pasta is formed into many layers of ridges, spaced closely together that spiral upward.

What is riccioli pasta used for?

Riccioli is derived from the word “ricciolo” meaning “curl.” While the curly, spiraled shape is ideal for chunky sauces, this traditional pasta is made with only two ingredients – semolina flour and eggs – which makes it perfect for a simple sauce of butter and grated cheese.

How long do you boil small shell pasta?

Set the timer for the time recommended on the pasta shell package. Pasta shells generally take between 9 and 14 minutes to cook, but overcooked shells will be mushy and limp, so don’t guess.

What is giggly pasta?

Gigli, a small, fluted dried pasta, is rolled in the shape of a cone or flower usually with ruffled edges. Gigli is sometimes confused with another pasta shape called campanelle. The word gigli is Italian for “lilies”. Gigli pairs well with thicker sauces and works very well in a casserole.

Why is campanelle called campanelle?

Each piece of this pasta looks like a cone with ruffled edges. In Italian, ‘campanelle’ means bell flowers or little bells.