IGF July - 19 - 2013 Helpful Products, Recipes4 COMMENTS

I was walking through Walmart the other day and saw this new product. I’ve tried “No-Boil” Lasagna using wheat noodles before, but this was the first time I’d seen Gluten-Free, No-Boil Lasagna Noodles.

So, to save ya’ll from having to buy these in fear and trepidation, (yes, I’m a fraidy-cat when it comes to new gluten free products, now you know,) I tried the Gluten Free Cafe Rice Lasagna No Boil Noodles so I could post my findings here.

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I’m happy to tell you that they did in fact work, and were good. I did add more sauce than the recipe on the box called for, which turned out to be a good thing, and I did have to cook them quite a bit longer than the box recipe said to get the noodles soft all the way through. After these adjustments we found ourselves eating a very enjoyable gluten-free lasagna dinner that took half the prep time, hallelujah!




I used my favorite Lasagna recipe¬†and adjusted it by adding an extra (26.5 oz) can of spaghetti sauce. I didn’t boil the noodles, of course, and I ended up baking it for 1hour and 30 minutes to get the noodles soft throughout. (The noodles on the bottom were more done than the ones on top, but still good.)

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I have to admit, I do still like Tinkyada noodles better, but for the time and work it saves me, my loyalties just might be changing. What a nice thing it is to have good options!

Buon appetito!




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4 Responses to “No Boil Lasagna”

    BethanyC
    December 15th, 2013 at 11:27 pm

    Thank you very much for the review! I had to buy these yesterday (at Walmart)because I forgot to go to the store I normally buy my lasagna pasta from during the week and it is closed on the weekend. I promised to bring a big lasagna for a work meeting tomorrow and was very stressed when these were all I could find. I found your page looking for tips or additional instructions about this brand. Again, thank you! You’ve made me feel much better and now I have some good advice for going forward.

    Michele
    February 9th, 2014 at 12:58 am

    I too happened on these in Walmart and snatched them up without doing any research on the product. I had been looking for gluten free lasagna noodles and simply had not come across any. (I am from a very small town… no whole foods markets, etc.) I fixed the lasagna recipe as written on the box… goat cheese and all (which I don’t typically cook with) and I absolutely loved the dish. Tonight, I tried them again with a vegetable lasagna recipe… and it turned out just as good. I’m sold on these lasagna noodles. So happy to have lasagna back in my life. :)

    Diana
    March 19th, 2014 at 1:22 pm

    I saw these at my local walmart too. I normally purchase Tinkayada but the walmart stop carrying them. I made them according to your advice. I used 2- 24oz jars of Barilla sauce and baked it for about 1 hour 40 minutes. I only used one box of noodles and they seemed short when layed in the 9X13 pan but they stretched out when they baked. The lasagna was okay. I used my usual jar sauce and ricotta filling. My family did not like the texture. Being allergic to wheat we pack alot of leftovers for lunch and my dh did not want to pack this for lunch he asked for sandwiches instead. The texture is mushy I did reheat it the next day. The starch from the noodles gets absorbed by the sauce so the sauce thickens up and the lasagna was quite dry. I will be ordering Tinkayada online.

    Kathy
    April 6th, 2014 at 12:10 pm

    Thank you for sharing this information. I am new to doing gluten free and I just found these at our local walmart. I bought them without reading anything about them for the simple reason I had not seen gluten free lasagna in my town either. I have not tried them yet, but appreciate the comments so I know what to watch for.

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