Italian food is my favorite. If I could eat it all day, every day, I would. Give me ALL of the carbs. Luckily, there are some healthier alternatives to satisfy my Italian food cravings. While perusing the clearance section, I spotted a box of pasta from a brand I’d never heard of before. DeBoles Gluten-Free Rice Penne is made with brown rice.
Their website says “wholesome pasta with the cleanest ingredients proudly made since 1932.” The rice penne is made with rice flour and contains no synthetic ingredients. To make it even better, it’s also low fat, cholesterol free, and has zero trans fat. This pasta is also soy- and dairy-free. DeBoles pasta is certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. Just don’t look at the carbs. They don’t exist if you ignore them…right?
So what does one make with gluten-free rice penne? Glad you asked. We opted for a standard pasta dish to keep it simple. We used rice penne, hamburger, and tomato sauce. That’s it.How to make a pasta that is gluten, dairy, and soy-free (and tastes yummy) Click To Tweet
Cook the pasta for 10 minutes. Drain the noodles and run cold water over them. The noodles were perfect. They weren’t chewy or mushy. After frying the hamburger, combine with penne pasta and tomato sauce. Voila! All done.
Serving Size 2 OZ/56g (serves 4)
Total fat: 1 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
Carbohydrates (if you insist): 46g
Dietary fiber: 2g
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