The incredible thing about these pastas is that they don't need sauce. Cook them up in boiling water for about five minutes. Drain, reserving about 2/3 cup of the cooking liquid. Add the pasta back to the cooking liquid and toss with butter or olive oil. Add in whatever meat or veggies you want or serve the pasta plain as a side. Really, they are incredible.
You can visit their site here or if you reside in Arizona, you can find these yummies at big farmers markets, art fairs and Whole Foods and AJ's Fine Foods.
I bought some at a local art fair. I purchased sweet potato fettuccine, szechuan linguine, tomato spinach garlic (tri-color) linguine and garlic chive fettuccine. All of them have had me daydreaming about their culinary possibilities.
Because I have five kids and their palettes aren't as well developed as I'd like, I ended up using my tried and true Fried Rice combination of Spam, carrots, celery, onions and garlic cooked up in sesame oil with a splash of soy sauce as a topping. The aroma of the pasta as it cooked just about knocked my socks off. The orange oil and ginger smelled wonderful. The pasta had a bit of a bite to it (it contains some cayenne), but it wasn't overpowering. My little girl told me it was too spicy for her, though she ate at least half of it.
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