Japanese Rice Flour Straight Fettuccine
Japanese Rice Flour Straight Fettuccine Pasta contains rice flour and thickeners. The rice is from Gifu Prefecture Hatsushimo, therefore, it is considered as a rare variety in Japan. The Hatsushimo rice grains are not only large but also firm to touch. Similarly, they have little deterioration in taste even after the rainy season. They are also stable in terms of quality and taste throughout the year. Furthermore, this Japanese Fettuccine Pasta is manufactured in a rice flour factory.
This Japanese Rice Flour Straight Fettuccine does not contain 7 major allergens (Wheat. Buckwheat. Dairy products. Eggs. Peanuts. Shrimp and Crab). In addition, the 20 other ingredients (Abalone. Squid. Salmon roe. Orange. Kiwifruit. Beef. Walnut. Salmon. Mackerel. Soybean. Poultry. Banana. Pork. Matsutake mushroom. Peach. Yam. Apple. Gelatin. Sesame and Cashew nuts.) are also not present in its ingredient list. Certainly safe for all to consume.
Fettuccine is a type of pasta obtains from flat sheets of pasta cut into ribbon-shaped strands. The thickness of fettuccine certainly means it is a great match for robust sauces and hearty ingredients. Try it with a classic Alfredo, or with a tomato-based sauce paired with meats, vegetables, or cheese.
How to cook:
- Bring water to a rolling boil. Add salt to taste.
- Add contents of the package to boiling water. Stir gently.
- Return to a boil. For authentic “al dente” pasta, boil without covering, stirring occasionally for 9 minutes. Likewise, for more tender pasta, boil an additional 1 minute.
- Remove from heat and drain well.
- Serve immediately with your favourite pasta sauce.
Preservation method: Please store it away from direct sunlight, high temperature, wetness and moisture. Lastly, use as soon as possible upon opening. We recommend storing it in an airtight container, in the refrigerator.
Ingredients: Rice flour (rice (Hatsushima from Gifu Prefecture)) / thickener (alginate)
Nutritional Information: Per 100g
Lipid : 0.6g
Salt equivalent: 0.0g