Three-colour pasta, filled with beef, tomato, grated parmesan cheese, herbs and spices.
Just 8 minutes from packet to plate.
Serve with a tasty tomato pasta sauce and your choice of side dishes.
We always have a packet of these in the fridge for those nights where you can't be bothered cooking but don't want the guilt of not having something fresh and healthy. Teamed with the frescarini fresh pasta sauces they are really great and have a great flavour.
These are so easy to cook just pop in the saucepan with some water and boil for a few minutes and they are ready so they are really convenient. I then drain off the water and add the sauce to the same saucepan and heat that through so it is one pot cooking making it even more convenient. Then you only have one pot to clean so it saves time all round.
I really like the taste it is definetly more flavoursome then a simple macaroni cheese that I might make otherwise when I cant be bothered cooking. The pasta is nice and soft and the filling is full of flavour. My kids love them and I can feel assured that they are having something fresh and nutritious for dinner. They are perfect sized for 9 month olds little hands and make a complete meal for him.
When these are on special at the supermarket i have for many years, stocked up and pair them off with the sauces that are also available. They are quick and easy, but gourmet meal , nutritious food, that all my family can eat, and absolutely adore with the cheese sauces.
I think the three colours give variety and difference to little kids who like to see nice new things on their plates at meal times.
Also very easy to read package instructions and to prepare and add to other meals or salads.
Owed a mate dinner. I had this in the fridge, so grabbed it, a can of pasta sauce and a bag of grated cheese, and headed off.
Sure enough, it was just as easy to prepare as the ravioli I tried earlier. Boiling water, a pinch of salt, a dash of oil... bring it up to boil, then add the pasta. Boil madly for 8 or so minutes, drain, add sauce, heat through... ta-dah!
This time just I added some cheese over the top and served. It was delishimo!
Overall, I would have to say I was not as impressed with the taste of the pasta itself, but it was very filling, had plenty of body to it, was at a good price and is very easy to prepare. Another reasonably good one.
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