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Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 2:40 pm
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Rosetto pasta is “Stuffed With the Good Stuff”.  They use only the finest ingredients, authentic Italian herbs and spices, and hearty Italian cheeses and meats.  Their newest “innovation in pasta” is the Rosetto All-Natural Steam ‘n Eat line.  It is made from natural, fresh, frozen pasta, and you can throw the bag right into the microwave. Choose from Small Round Cheese Ravioli, Medium Square Cheese Ravioli, Cheese Ravioli with Creamy Pink Sauce, or Cheese Ravioli with Tomato Basil Sauce. They also have a line of Classic stuffed pasta that uses natural ingredients.  There are ten different varieties, including Cheese Ravioli, Italian Style Ravioli with Sausage, Beef Ravioli, Cheese Tortellini, Chicken and Herb Ravioli, Cheese and Broccoli Ravioli, and more.  Rosetto also makes a Gourmet Butternut Squash Ravioli that is perfect for Fall weather.  You cannot purchase Rosetto products from their website, so the price might vary depending on where you buy them from.

Rosetto says that their all natural pasta helps with healthy eating.  They use authentic Italian cheeses like Ricotta, Pecorino Romano, and Parmesan.  Their beef ravioli is 100% beef.  Their pasta is made with the finest quality durum flour.  This type of flour is also called semolina, but is ground more finely.  Some feel that this has a lower glycemic index than other types of flour.  Flour contains fiber which helps your body to digest food and stay healthy.  Rosetto pasta is part of the Hain Celestial Group, which has its headquarters in Boulder, Colorado. Visit the Rosetto website to find an easy to read wine paring guide that will help you to pair wine with different types of pasta sauce.

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