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Schar Naturally Gluten-Free Fusilli, 12-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 5)
- Gluten-free, wheat-free, lactose-free, no preservatives, no hydrogenated oils, no trans fat
- Corn- & rice-based pasta
- Top gluten-free fusilli choice in Europe
- Product of Italy
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May contain soy.
corn flour, millet flour, rice flour, sugar cane syrup. May contain: soy
Store in a cool, dry place.
How Italians cook their pasta.
Serving size 1/2 cup (55g).
1) Bring a pot of 4 1/2 cups of water to a boil.
2) When the water boils, add 1 teaspoon of salt and 1 teaspoon of olive oil.
3) Add 1/2 a cup of dry pasta per person to the boiling water. (To get the best taste and texture, the pasta should not be added to the water prior to boiling.)
4) Cook the pasta for 11-13 minutes.
5) Once the pasta is cooked to your desired texture, drain the pasta and serve with your favorite recipe.
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Top Customer Reviews
I can't recommend this for reheating, unless you store in the sauce. The pasta, like many gf items seems to change consistency over time. It's best straight from the stove or just chilled. Close adherence to the recommended cooking time and a quick delivery to the table give the best result.
The cooking time on these guys is a bit shorter than the standard for gluten free noodles, but it does not make it easy to over cook them, either. I enjoy this great pasta with herbs and butter, in pasta bakes, or slathered with red or white sauce.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Try the Penne; it is much much better. The spaghetti is good too. The Fusilli, I found, was too thick and didn't quite cook properly. Read morePublished 3 months ago by D. Carlen
Rice noodles have a weird texture for red sauce and I had a craving for pasta. This cured me, probably forever.
Wheat pasta, when cooked, is soft. Read more
The absolute BEST gluten free pasta! Use it for any HOT pasta dish; it even reconstitutes in hot water up to several days later. Do not, however, use for cold pasta dishes!Published 7 months ago by Admiral Jann
This is my favorite brand of gluten free pasta; it doesn't get mushy or grainy. It tastes just like the real thing, unlike some other brands that taste like whatever their main... Read morePublished 12 months ago by biologista
Schar, what else do I need to say. Best gluten free pasta I've ever tasted. I make this for my daughter who has celiac.Published 12 months ago by Ashley
The old recipe was better, not it cooks unevenly. It stays tough in the middle or you cook it until it almost falls apart.Published 12 months ago by Eric C. Gosh
This item was awful! I have celiac and have been eating gluten free for almost 3 years now. Pasta has come a long way. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Happy Mom