Marion Bull suggests the following: “Choose a short pasta shape you’ll be able to eat in one bite, with a fork (or your fingers); good options include fusilli, orecchiette, and — my favorite — radiatore. Something with nooks and crannies is best, as it will grab onto dressing, cheese, and other flavorful bits, rather than letting them fall to the bottom of the bowl.”
We have to agree!
Our Top 10 of the best armoniche, radiatore dishes, would be incomplete without a typically Italian idea from our friends and bloggers over at Giallozafferano. ‘Mari e Monti’ means ‘mountain and sea’. This dish includes mushrooms and tuna which is brought together in a tasty tomato sauce that is made into a consistency perfect for the hiding places of radiatori.
We thought you might love a look at what La Cucina di Mara has to offer as a radiatori dish. Americans love their cheese and Italians love their pasta. So, in the interests of cultural exchange and yumminess, we had to choose this one.