Cannelloni are a cylindrical type of lasagna generally served baked with a filling and covered by a sauce in Italian cuisine. Popular stuffings include spinach and ricotta or minced beef and tomato sauce.
It is the heart of wheat and much thinner than oatmeal. It is pre-cooked, so it does not want to boil. Soak it in hot water or broth for a few minutes, until it absorbs the liquids and is ready. The ratio is 1 couscous to 1.5-2 liquid. It owes its name to the pottery with the thin holes, the couscous, used mainly in Arab countries, as a kind of ben Marie, where it is steamed and puffed.