Quinoa Veggie Curls & Supergrain Pasta Spaghetti
Gluten Free, Dairy Free and Soy Free Pasta.
Ingredients: Organic Corn Flour, Organic Quinoa Flour
USDA Organic, Certified Gluten-free, Kosher, and NON GMO!
How should I start? It was easy to make, with little sticking. Of course I add a little olive oil to my pot of boiling water, but nonetheless, still way less sticky. It didn’t break down into a soggy mush as some rice pastas do. Ancient Harvest, really nailed it on the texture of this pasta, I have to say. It was soft but not too soft and just really close to regular wheat pasta. The only thing I didn’t like was the smell of corn in my pasta. I don’t know if it is just my deal, knowing that a majority of corn is Genetically Modified, or if corn and pasta sauce just don’t mix, but it bothered me a little. I pasted the ingredients from their spaghetti page and added a link for your convenience, so you can see for yourself. Since the corn isn’t genetically modified, I will definitely give this pasta another chance but I am a little torn on this review. In the picture you will notice I mixed the two pastas, both for fun and necessity. I like mixing the colored pasta with the spaghetti for a little variety and it allowed me to empty two boxes out of my pantry. Below is their ingredient list for their Veggie curls.
Ingredients: Organic Corn Flour, Organic Quinoa Flour, Dried Organic Spinach, Dried Organic Beet and/or Organic Red Bell Pepper
Once I nail my Turkey meatball recipe I will post it. I made it amazingly well in the picture but when I tried to recreate it, it wasn’t as moist. So keep an eye out for that recipe as well.