Pasta is our go-to meal for nearly every occasion. Recipes and spin-offs offer the liberty to experiment, and almost never fail. Available in so many shapes, textures and sizes, pasta is clearly as flexible as it gets. Would you like to eat 3D printed pasta, though?
BluRhapsody is a spin-off project born from Barilla’s R&D research. For context, Barilla is the world’s largest pasta producer! The company has made pasta printing and the commercialisation of the printing service possible. Barilla is famed for organising pasta-making contests and world championships, focussing primarily on new designs that look too good to eat. Needless to say, we expect the most innovative shapes from here, and we are never disappeared!
As the most authentic pasta does, the base material of BluRhapsody 3D printed pasta contains high-quality durum wheat semolina. The pasta can be crafted in every possible shape, after being kneaded into small doughs, making your meal a treat not only for the tongue but also for your eyes. Let us dig into the videos of this mouth-watering, eye-pleasing 3D printed pasta that could as well be clay sculptures.
This looks oddly satisfying!
It’s almost like we are in a food-art museum.
This is creating an instant urge for this absolutely stunning-looking pasta!
This sure looks not only stunning, but way too tasty; isn’t it impossible not to drool? What are your thoughts about it? Will you try this artistic printed pasta if given a chance? Kidding, we know you would!
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