Pasta is an Italian name given to a type of starchy noodle that is typically made from grain flour, wheat, mixed into a dough with some water or eggs, and is cut into sheets and shapes.
Pasta is cooked by boiling, baking, or frying. Pasta is a major food ingredient of Italian cuisine. The main ingredient of durum wheat flour. Pastas are divided roughly into 2 categories: dried and fresh.
The most popular pastas are Penne, Spaghetti, and Macaroni.
Macaroni comes as a type of dry pasta that appears to be like a narrow tube. Macaroni is made out of the same dough of which the pasta is made.
Macaroni comes to be in a specific shape, which is a C shaped narrow tube.
Macaroni is far more popular than pasta and is produced commercially and exported to different parts of the world. While pasta is commercially produced and transported to distinct places.