Garofalo Gluten Free Anellini 400g

£3.25

81.3p per 100g
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Product information

Full Taste Pasta, Give up gluten without compromising taste, Gluten Free, Specifically formulated for coeliacs, European Vegetarian Union, Suitable for vegans, Kosher
Country of Origin
Italy

Suitable for vegetariansSuitable for vegetarians

Typical Valuesper 100g
Energy1511 kJ
356 kcal
Fat1.6 g
of which saturated0.3 g
Carbohydrate78 g
of which sugars0.5 g
Fibre0.9 g
Protein7.0 g
Salt<0.01 g
Ingredients
Corn Flour (50,4%), Brown Rice Flour (22%), Rice Flour (21,4%), Potato Starch, Quinoa Flour (3%), Stabiliser: Mono and Diglycerides of Fatty Acids
Allergen Information
May Contain Soya
Allergy Information
May contain Soy.
Dietary Information
Suitable for Vegans; Suitable for Coeliacs; Kosher; Gluten free; Suitable for Vegetarians

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08 January 2024 by 
fantastic in soups

Makes wonderful minestrone for gf. Also spaghetti hoops in tomato sauce for a treat :) they also last a long while so value for money

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15 March 2023 by 
Great

As anyone who is Coeliac knows it's difficult to get any GF spaghetti in a can, with these you can make your own, and every bit as nice as the market leader.

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16 February 2023 by 
Great for soups

Great pasta for soups and healthy. Texture is not so different from the wheat ones.

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13 February 2023 by 
Impressed

Held it's shape well in chicken soup and it was tasty, well done Garofalo

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23 April 2022 by 
tastes good, but expensive

Im very happy to eat this, slightly firmer texture than regular pasta, but its a more than adequate replacement. However, I can buy a bag of equally good gf pasta in Tesco for 99p. Come on Ocado, lets have an own brand budget buster, please?

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28 August 2021 by 
Coeliac thumbs up

Garofalo gluten free pasta is the best and never sticks together if you cook in a pan of boiling water with a little salt and a tbsp olive oil. I use this pasta in homemade minestrone soup, and its lovely. I also use it to make gluten free spaghetti hoops! Cook 100g of these little O-shaped pasta then add it to a sauce made up of a tin of tomato passata, 2 tbsp cream cheese (Philadelphia or Violife Creamy work well), a big pinch of onion powder, a big pinch of garlic salt and a tsp of paprika and voila, your own tomato spaghetti hoops. Yum.

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