Has generated a fan base for delicious flavor plus a low-carb recipe – has 18 net carbs per serving. Also has more protein and fiber than most competitors. Fettuccine noodles are versatile for numerous pasta recipes. Cooks firm but tender in less than 5 minutes.
Some pasta lovers prefer the taste and texture of traditional recipes. Somewhat costly, but you get a good portion.
Offers healthful benefits due to the wholesome recipe – organic edamame pasta packed with protein and fiber. Gluten-free and fairly low in carbs.
Though it has earned praise for the flavor, it's not exactly like typical pasta. Texture is firmer than most pastas cooked al dente – has been described as rubbery. Pricey.
This classic spaghetti tops our list for being a versatile pasta suitable for countless dishes. It's also easy to cook and is made by a trusted brand in the pasta business. Delivers tried-and-true traditional flavor.
Nothing fancy, but often spaghetti pasta is just what cooks need.
Crafted in Italy with grain technique that creates pasta that cooks to perfection with excellent texture. Elbow style – one of the most versatile and favored short pastas for a variety of dishes.
Some consumers wish the elbows were slightly larger. A few reports of boxes with crusted pasta upon delivery.
A good choice for health-conscious consumers, as it's made with whole grains, which also means it contains a fair amount of fiber per serving. Popular penne shape for holding sauce; good flavor.
The cooking process is challenging, because it tends to be too firm or gets soggy – and/or fall apart – if your timing isn't just right.
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