Barilla Gluten Free Pasta, Spaghetti, 12 Ounce (Pack of 12)

By | February 23, 2015

Barilla Gluten Free Spaghetti

For more than 135 years, Barilla has been committed to making authentic, high-quality pasta for everyone to enjoy. Barilla has introduced a new line of Gluten Free pasta to help anyone living a Gluten Free lifestyle enjoy pasta once again. Barilla now offers convenient, versatile and delicious solutions for those who maintain a Gluten Free diet, ensuring that it is readily available on Amazon. Made with non-GMO corn and rice, the four pasta varieties (Gluten Free Spaghetti, Gluten Free Penne, Gluten Free Rotini and Gluten Free Elbows) offers home cooks the delicious taste and texture they have come to expect from Barilla.

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Shape

Try Barilla’s Gluten Free Spaghetti pasta. As the most popular shape in Italy, the name comes from the Italian word “Spaghi,” which means “lengths of cord.” Spaghetti originates from the south of Italy and is commonly used with tomato sauces, fresh vegetables, or fish.

Texture

When cooked, Barilla Spaghetti maintains its authentic shape and texture. Gently rolling Spaghetti with a fork gathers the pasta with the sauce, delivering a delicious taste sensation in every bite.

Preparing This Pasta

1. Bring 4 – 6 quarts of water to a rolling boil, add salt to taste. 2. Add contents of package to the boiling water. Stir gently. 3. Return to a boil. For authentic “al dente” pasta, boil uncovered, stirring occasionally for 10 minutes. For more tender pasta, boil for an additional 1 minute. 4. Remove from heat. Drain well. 5. Serve immediately with your favorite Barilla sauce.

Barilla Gluten Free Spaghetti
Nutritional Value

(Based on 2oz Serving) Calories: 200; Total Fat: 1g (2% DV); Sat Fat: 0g; Trans Fat: 0g; Sodium: 0mg; Total Carb: 44g (15% DV); Protein: 4g

Serving a Delicious, Gluten Free Meal has Never been Easier
  • Classic pasta taste and texture
  • Made with a delicious blend of non-GMO corn and rice
  • No wheat ingredients, certified gluten free
  • Available in 4 varieties: Spaghetti, Penne, Elbows, and Rotini

Product Features

  • Most popular shape in Italy gets its name from the word spaghi meaning ‘lengths of cord’
  • Cooks in 9 minutes
  • Is delicious with any sauce but especially good with fish or oil-based sauces and carbonara
  • Good source of thiamin, folic acid, iron, riboflavin and niacin
  • Product of USA, Kosher certified

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3 Comments

Review Man "Review Man" on 02/23/2015 at 05:28.

Barilla comes through My son is celiac so we know a lot about GF products. I’ve tried over a dozen GF pastas and this is maybe the best. I was really surprised that a mass market product like this would be so good.It cooks up nicely and has a good firm texture and good taste. It doesn’t overcook quickly like a lot of GF pastas. It’s not much different than regular Barilla pasta.It’s made from a corn/rice mix. Our usual GF pasta is a corn/quinoa mix, and probably has better nutritional…

Toolman Joe "Toolman Joe" on 02/23/2015 at 05:52.

Surprisingly good for gluten free. My wife has been on a gluten free diet for a few years now, which means I get to try a lot of gluten free food too. It’s just too much trouble to prepare two separate pans of pasta all the time so when we make pasta (which is often, since we are Italian), I eat what she eats. We have tried a variety of gluten free pastas and the vast majority suck. Most have a bitter or strong nutty/soy flavor and they are difficult to cook. Many are tough. We found one rice pasta that was passable but…

Stephanie Sullivan on 02/23/2015 at 06:03.

Exceeded my expectations: Very close to non-GF pasta (updated) I was surprised at how good the Barilla Gluten Free Pene pasta turned out! It has the best texture and taste of any GF pasta I’ve tried. It is getting very close to that of wheat pasta. And, I’ve tried a lot of GF pastas.I like my pasta a bit al dente and this came out perfect. The combination of corn and rice seems just right. But then who knows pasta like Barilla?For exceeding my expectations Barilla GF Penne Pasta earns 5 stars from me.Update: Jan 21,…