Friday Photos: RP’s Gluten-Free Pasta

Welcome to Friday Photos, a weekly feature here on Celiac in the City — you can read how it all started by clicking HERE.

 

 

Because this genius forgot her camera at her in-law’s last night, I had to dig deep for some photos for this post. I’ve been meaning to tell you about this pasta I took for a test drive, so instead of a picture of the 37 lb turkey we feasted on yesterday, you’ll have to settle for this.

RP’s Gluten-Free Pasta

I met the friendly folks from RP’s Pasta at the GF Expo in Madison this summer — they were sampling their pasta, with just a little olive oil. Simple. Full of flavor on its own. (I bought two, and they were sweet and gave me an extra one to try!)

Add some garden tomatoes, balcony basil and a little parmesan and life is good.

Or with oven roasted tomatoes, olive oil,  peppers, onions and leftover ham.

It takes just minutes to make and if you have some red sauce in the freezer, you’re in luck — dinner is served.

And they aren’t just another company looking to make a buck off the gluten-free label, the owner actually started the GF line of pastas when a friend of his could no longer eat regular wheat pasta. (yay for us!) They are located in Madison but you can find their products at Whole Foods and other stores as well, just check out their store locator.

Up next is making more of our own pasta with our new attachment for our KitchenAid. Guessing it will be a tad easier than the last time we made pasta and rolled it out by hand. But for now, I’ll take a package of RP’s for an easy weeknight meal.

Do you have a go-to GF pasta? Do tell.

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