Pasta is an art form for many Italians. With intricate surface designs, medallion-like corzetti is no exception.
The stamp itself is two pieces: a “base” with both a hollow side that’s used for cutting discs out of a sheet of pasta as well as an opposing side with the desired design. The second piece is a handle with a “stamp,” which also includes the intended design. After a disc has been cut out of the pasta with the base piece, it is then laid on the opposite end. The disc is then stamped, creating a pattern on both of its surfaces.
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