Orgran - Vegetable Rice Spirals, Wheat & Gluten Free, 250gBrand - Orgran
Made with nutrient-dense brown rice and veggies, Orgran Vegetable Rice Spirals is a delicious and naturally gluten-free wheat pasta alternative.
- Naturally gluten-free pasta made from brown rice, spinach and beetroot
- Versatile, quick and easy to prepare
- Great source of fibre and other essential nutrients
- Free from gluten, soy, GMOs, artificial flavours, colours and preservatives
- Kosher certified
Fed up with gluten-free pasta that is mushy, grainy or flavourless? Orgran Vegetable Rice Spirals is a high-performance and easy-cook pasta, made with naturally gluten-free and nutrient-dense brown rice. Tasty and versatile, this fusilli substitute also contains nourishing beetroot and spinach for extra colour and flavour.
Orgran Vegetable Rice Spirals Pasta is made with your health in mind. It is 100% free from gluten, soy, GMOs, artificial flavours, colours and preservatives. Made with brown rice flour and rice bran, this wholesome pasta is a great source of fibre, magnesium and other essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Orgran Vegetable Rice Spirals Pasta is perfect for coating in your favourite sauce and topping with vegan cheese. With a firm, chewy texture and mild flavour, it is also great for pasta salads or pasta bakes.
Orgran has been a trusted natural and free-from foods brand since it was founded almost seven decades ago. Its Vegetable Rice Spirals Pasta is produced in a controlled and 100% wheat and gluten-free environment.
Rice Flour (97%), Rice Bran (2%), Vegetables (Beetroot, Spinach) (1%).
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Orgran Vegetable Rice Spirals Pasta need to be rinsed after cooking?
Orgran Vegetable Rice Spirals Pasta does not need to be rinsed in cold water after cooking. Some people perform this step to stop their gluten-free pasta from sticking together, however, this is not necessary for these tasty rice spirals. All rinsing your pasta will do is make it cold! We recommend you drain your pasta thoroughly and then immediately return it to the pan to add your sauce. Leaving it sitting around in the colander is what usually causes it to clump.
These spirals are so easy on my stomach and don't cause the bloating I usually get after eating pasta.