Tinkyada Brown Rice Pasta, Penne, 16 Ounce (Pack of 12)
- Whole-grain pasta that's wheat and gluten free
- Kosher certified
- Cooks up to a perfect al dente texture with award winning taste
- Made with rice
- Cholesterol free
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Flavor: Penne | Size: 16 Ounce (Pack of 12)
Brown rice, rice bran and water.
Store in a cool and dry place. Stovetop Cooking Instruction: Put one package of pasta into 4 qt (3.78 lt) of boiling water and add a tbsp of salt. Stir occasionally and cook for 15-16 minutes until desired tenderness is reached. Rinse with cold water. Drain well. For best result, rid pasta of surface moisture. Can be served hot or warm with any kind of pasta sauce or in your favorite pasta recipes, hot soup, in salad, stir-fried, or as a casserole. Use it as you would like any regular pasta. The good texture of Tinkyada can withstand quite a bit of over-cooking. Quick and Energy-Saving Cooking: Cook 1 to 2 minutes in boiling water. Switch off stove. Cover pot for about 20 minutes. Ready to serve.
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Top Customer Reviews
The other night, I tried cooking it the alternate way (it's on the package) because I am temporarily using a kitchen with only one small gas burner, and several electric appliances. I really wanted pasta, so I boiled the water, added the spirals, let boil for a couple of minutes (stirred a few times) then took it off the heat and let it sit COVERED for about 20 mins while I sauteed veggies and made a sauce. It worked! YAY! energy-efficient food! I love it!
When the sauce was ready, we drained the pasta...yup...cooked thru...and dumped it in the saucepan. We let it sit while we did some other things, and it's texture was still great!
I agree with the above poster that it needs less cook time than stated on the package.
It's a large bag of pasta, which will make enough for at least 8 people (with heeping plates full). But once bag is opened, you have to store in plastic or glass container to keep fresh - so not convenient unless you're using entire bag at once.
I've cooked it traditionally, boiling and then cooling - and also the way it suggests on bag, boil quickly and cool longer. Both work fine.
Again, my favorite thing about this pasta is the texture. When I add a small amount of olive oil it melts in my mouth. The flavor is bland (which it's supposed to be - it's pasta!) and it goes well with an assortment of cheeses.
They're a little more expensive than other brands, but worth it to me for taste.
Love to mix it with vegetables. Enjoy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found several packages (different varieties) of this brand of pasta on the clearance rack at a local grocery store for a very low price. Read morePublished 28 days ago by KellyE
- These were a bit more expensive than the grocery, but the only grocery which sells them is a 20 to 25 minute drive from my home, AND these were packed in such a way that **almost... Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. M. Krieger
Gluten free pasta is sometimes "off" in its texture so I was excited to find this brand. It was great. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Heather T
this really is the best gluten free pasta I've tried ( I haven't tried all of them) - I always cook it the "energy efficient way" and find that it comes out best with that... Read morePublished 5 months ago by jtilton
Excellent product. Very reasonable private and came before it was promised packed nicely.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Best Gluten free pasta brand! These particular spiral noodles are great because they stay a little more firm so we like them for macaroni dishes.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
I'm not GF however I'm trying to watch my carb intake and this seemed healthier than semolina pasta. It's pretty much the only pasta I use now. Read morePublished 9 months ago by SheSween