Al Dente is a pasta company famous for its tasty healthy pasta. The company started small and with a lot of hard work from Monique who later on married an equally passionate man called Dennis. Monique learned the art of making pasta from a professional and had never forgotten a technique that yields tender but very firm pasta. Monique saw how popular pasta is and decided to do something about it. People wanted pasta that has a unique, fresh touch to it. By meeting the global need, the company is now at the top of its game. Their pasta is fresh, delicious, and comes in various flavors. You will enjoy every bite.
Back in 1981, the amazing Marcella Hazan shared with me her secrets to making perfect pasta. Since then, al dente pasta has become famous for incredible taste and texture that duplicates what an Italian grandmother would make in her own kitchen. And, it cooks in just 3 minutes! Enjoy.
Ingredients: Enriched semolina flour (durum semolina wheat, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), enriched fancy durum flour, (durum wheat, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), water, pasteurized whole eggs, spinach, spinach powder.
Brand New Gluten Free Pure and Simple Pasta is just what it says: Pure and Simple! Made with locally sourced Michigan white beans and brown rice flour, it is nutritiously delicious. 6 grams of protein and 7 grams of fiber. GMO free, Kosher and Gluten Free Certified. Cooks in 3 minutes and tastes great, too.
Ingredients: White Bean Flour, Tapioca Starch, Brown Rice Flour, Xantham Gum.
Our Garlic Parsley Gluten Free Pasta is made in small batches with white bean and brown rice flour making it high in protein (7g) and rich in fiber (6g). In addition, it is Certified Gluten Free (GFTO), kosher, vegan and GMO free. Al Dente’s Gluten Free pasta is packaged in a resealable pouch and cooks in 3 minutes for your convenience.
While many conventional pasta makers extrude their pasta in order to speed production, Al Dente uses the time-honored tradition of rolling out its pasta dough. This process called “sheeting,” duplicates rolling pasta dough with a rolling pin which Monique’s mentor, famed Italian cook Marcella Hazan, believed was essential to creating the best pasta. Sheeting is a slow and precise process that allows Al Dente to achieve the sublime, velvety texture that has made it a favorite on dinner tables across North America.
Ingredients: White bean flour, tapioca starch, brown rice flour, garlic oil, xantham gum, parsley flakes *Free from gluten, wheat, soy, eggs, dairy and shellfish.