I love the convenience and taste of cooking up a good pasta dish. My
favorite is to make a creamy pasta jambalaya (recipe coming soon), so I've
tried a few different low-carb pasta versions out there. After being
unable to eat a couple of the high-soy products out there, I was glad to
finally find some that was not only pretty good, but really great:
My favorite pasta by far is Dreamfields. This pasta is made
from real Durham wheat, but somehow the starch digests like a fiber, so it
tastes great while only having about 5 net carbs per serving. This stuff
is so good that I've served it to high-carb-consuming adults and kids alike
without anyone being the wiser. I tend to get the pene rigate or the
elbows, but lasagna noodles was recently added as well as rotini (little
corkscrew shapes), and I'm looking forward to trying those real soon now.
Monterey Pasta has some low-carb varieties of stuffed ravioli
that were pretty good. It does have some soy, though, and it isn't as low in
carbs as Dreamfields, so I've only had it a couple times.
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