Croxetti or corzetti are a typical pasta from Liguria: they are hand made and marked with a stamp one by one.
Traditionally served with pesto or simply with olive oil and fresh or sun-dried tomatoes.
Strain the croxetti pasta, then add the sauce immediately so the pasta don't stick together.
Historically, croxetti pasta dates back to the Middle Ages. Noble families had their cooks stamp the pasta circles with a mould that depicted their coat of arms. This stamp was handed down from generation to generation and was a common gift to newlyweds.