Big pasta

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6EEAC859-57BF-412D-BD31-051331DB55CE.jpeg What to do with this? Is this for the oven or can I serve it just with a sauce? I don’t usually cook short noodles.
 
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Looks like paccheri. After you boil them you stand them all up on end in a pan and stuff them with any number of fillings. I've never done it but there are lots of great recipes out there.
 
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Boil them off and put your homemade Bolognese sauce. The noodle is hearty and should hold up well to your sauce....
 
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That reminds me of Rigatoni, only without the ridges.
Make a Marinara or meat sauce. Boil the pasta al dente, then toss with the sauce and Parmesan. Bon Appetite
 
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Oh wow guys, boil the pasta and then toss with sauce...why didn't anyone else think of that? :lol:
 
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Oh wow guys, boil the pasta and then toss with sauce...why didn't anyone else think of that? :lol:
Good thinking I’ll do that lol. I have no patience for fanciful stuff. I have some sausage, I’ll toss it with that lol. I’m going easy peasy all the way today #lazy
 
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000430D4-E2FB-4E52-807A-79DBB536C6E1.jpeg As far as gluten free pastas go this one is pretty good. I sautéed some mushrooms and garlic, added some cherry tomatoes, deglazed with white wine, and a bunch of spinach. I stirred in some pasta water and whisked it with lots of Parmesan and some butter to make a creamy sauce,
Then tossed the pasta in. It was really good, my husband can’t tell it’s not gluten. The only problem was that the tubes collapsed! But now I know that I can parboiled them, tear them a little and then roll them up with a filling for an easy pasta bake.
 

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