Later, around 400 BC, they invented faloodeh: rice water, vermicelli, and ice mixed with saffron and/or fruit.
By the Middle Ages, the trade in macaroni and vermicelli was already well established.
Or with vermicelli, rice, or barley; or with green peas, or asparagus tops.
Warm two ounces of vermicelli and put into it; boil it ten minutes, and pour it into a tureen, with the crust of a French roll.
If preferred, rice well boiled or baked in milk, or vermicelli paste, can be substituted for the macaroni.
For vermicelli, however, it will still be necessary to go to Italy.
Paper and vermicelli are manufactured with rude appliances in the town.
Their vermicelli is excellent, and all their pastry is unusually light and white as snow.
Spaghetti, vermicelli, and noodles all are good in their way.
You may, if you choose, use a larger quantity of vermicelli.
kind of pasta, 1660s, literally "little worms," from Italian vermicelli, plural of vermicello, diminutive of verme, accusative singular of Latin vermis "worm" (see worm). So called for resemblance.