Csiga Noodles are very small Hungarian egg noodles. They are short, tubular pasta, hollow inside, with a winding ridge spiralling up their sides
The pasta is mixed from flour, eggs and water, then rolled and cut into small squares, which are then curled around a small iron or wooden rod.The noodles are meant to be snail-shaped, as "csiga" in Hungarian means "snail", but you wouldn't necessarily figure that out by looking at them.
The noodles are used in soups. 17.6 oz