Tinkyada Brown Rice Pasta Spaghetti Style Gluten Free -- 16 oz
This is better tasting than "real" spaghetti and I prefer the taste to the real thing made with wheat. One thing though... be sure to order the Tinkyada BROWN rice spaghetti because it's much better that the Tinkyada White rice spaghetti which tends to cook up super mushy. I want to kick myself every time I don't pay attention and accidentally order the wrong one.
Here's a little recipe for you using this brown rice spaghetti....
Break the noodles in half and boil in water till al dente. Then strain noodles from water and place noodles in a deep casserole dish. (it's better if you don't make the noodle layer too thick). Then cover noodles in your favorite spaghetti sauce, top with pieces of already cooked ground beef, then add your favorite pizza veggies such as bell pepper, sliced black olives, sliced mushrooms, then cover with a generous amount of shredded mozzarella and to get really fancy top mozzarella with just a little bit of shredded sharp cheddar...or use "Pizza cheese blend". Bake at 350F degrees till nice and hot. I usually warm it with dish covered, then remove cover then bake it just a few more minutes till cheese gets bubble and slightly toasted. (I keep already cooked chopped up ground beef in the freezer so I can make this recipe with little notice.) Sorry I never pay attention to how long it takes to bake I just check on it and once the cheese looks melted, maybe 15-20 minutes, I take the cover off then maybe 5 minutes more for cheese to bubble and toast.
November 26, 2014
good flavor and texture
Needing to get away from wheat I enjoy the brown rice pasta. I appreciate the convenience of purchasing it though Vitacost. I have found this brand very good.
November 2, 2014
This pasta is always my go to pasta. It has the best taste, texture and easy to cook performance of any gluten free I have found.
October 30, 2014
My favorite brand for stir fry meals.
October 23, 2014
Great gluten free pasta!
I love that this pasta tastes like regular pasta! Just don't over cook it! And it also doesn't contain corn, like many gluten free pastas do!
October 22, 2014