Think Italians have the market cornered on homemade pasta? Think again. While Italian cooks are known for their homemade noodles and inventive pastas, so are the Amish. The basic building blocks of pasta are plentiful in Amish kitchens: eggs, flour, and salt. That’s really all you need to make a basic pasta. Add to those basics some twists and generational recipes and the Amish have become known for their array of delicious noodles, raviolis, and twists on old favorites, like Amish365's famous Homemade Ravioli Lasagna. Of course, not all the pasta that Amish eat is homemade. Sometimes they’ll go the bulk food store and buy a box of spaghetti like anyone else. But often they’ll add creative variations like the Ham-It-Up Spaghetti. So open up a box of pasta, or make your own, and get creative!