Why does it take a lead to craft? Since leads are made of slimeballs, it sounds dangerous to put that against food. Plus, this food sounds not only overpowered but also redundant. We have plenty of food. Steak is still the second-best food hunger and saturation-wise, (you also don't have a saturation value listed) and golden carrots are still the ultimate food with how much saturation they give. If you throw in 1.15's Honey Bottles, which massively jack up your saturation, any new food is basically useless.
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Leads are relatively expensive early-game... Why would I want to use a lead on such a short-term use? Towards the mid and late-game, far better food sources are available as well that would make pasta redundant.
Not only that, but 2 pieces of bread are worth 10 hunger points already. (Unless you meant 10 , in which case that doesn't seem useful since in almost all cases I'm not going to need to go from no hunger points to full hunger points immediately.)
Lastly, it's also worth noting that while there are some cases of pasta allegedly existing as far back as Ancient Greece, modern spaghetti noodles wouldn't have been as prominent as they are now until more modern manufacturing. At most you'd find people frying dough, couscous and maybe Fuedal Chinese noodles. It's also just worth noting that for a game that at least claims to have a survival aspect to it, pasta and other heavily-refined food products seem a bit out of place. Most of the food items in the game are just raw ingredients and the ones that aren't are soups, simple loaves of bread and cake.
I get offtopic a lot, be warned. I also often mention a Minecraft clone called Minetest. The clone is nowhere near playable with it's default game in my opinion, but it's at least the start of a good open-source voxel rendering engine, and maybe one day it might be decently playable.