Pasta boosts energy, satisfies hunger, tastes great and can be prepared in countless delicious, reduced-calorie recipes. Pasta is generally eaten with nutrient-dense food partners, such as fiber-filled vegetables and beans, heart healthy fish and monounsaturated oils, antioxidant-rich tomato sauce and protein-packed cheese, poultry and lean meats. Once it is cooked, the pasta will increase in size of its original proportion. When pairing pasta with a sauce, remember that: Thin, delicate pastas, like spaghetti, are better served with light, thin sauces. Thicker pasta shapes, like fuettuccine, work well with heavier sauces. Pasta shapes with holes or ridges, like elbow or radiatore, are perfect for chunkier sauces. Cooked pasta can be stored in the refrigerator for a maximum of five days in an airtight container.
Cut, Vermicelli, Spaghetti
PASTA HEALTH FACTS!
• Pasta has a low Glycemic Index (GI) so it does not cause sugar in the blood to rise quickly. • Carbohydrates like pasta provide glucose, the crucial fuel for your brain and muscles. Pasta is an excellent source of complex carbohydrates, which provide a slow release of energy.
• Pasta is very low in sodium and cholesterol-free. Per cup, enriched varieties provide a good source of several essential nutrients, including iron and several B-vitamins. • A serving of dry enriched pasta supplies about 25 percent of the recommended daily intake of folic acid.
Super Fine Hard Durum Wheat Semolina
|Product Name||Packing||Per Case|
|Pasta Macaroni||200g. Poly Bag||40|
|Pasta Macaroni||400g Poly Bag||20|
|Pasta Macaroni||1kg Poly Bag||10|