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    Whole Wheat Lasagna Noodles

    Product Weight:
    9 oz.


    DeLallo Organic Whole-Wheat Lasagna Noodles are no-boil, meaning they are ready to layer in your next lasagna recipe—no parboiling required. Made in Italy with only the finest durum wheat semolina, these famous pasta noodles are extruded with artisanal bronze dies for a rougher texture to capture sauces.

    Our Whole-Wheat Lasagna Noodles are a heart-healthy alternative that boasts the taste and texture of traditional pasta but with the added health benefits of whole grains.

    • Made in Italy.
    • Certified organic whole wheat.
    • Extruded with bronze plates for ideal sauce-hugging texture.
    • No-boil lasagna noodles are oven-ready with no boiling required.
    • Heart-healthy whole grain substitute with the taste and texture of traditional lasagna noodles.
    • No additives or enriched flours.

    Kitchen and Usage Tips:

    Convenient and oven-ready, our No-Boil Whole-Wheat Lasagna noodles are the star of Italy's best-loved casserole. From seasonal veggies to creamy rich sauces, lasagna is an invitation to creativity. Besides the classic uses, lasagna noodles can be used to cook up simpler stovetop creations like Weekday Skillet Lasagna and Tomato-Basil Lasagna Soup.

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    Frequently Asked Questions:

    What Are Whole-Wheat Lasagna Noodles Made Of? Our Organic No-Boil Whole-Wheat Lasagna noodles are made with organic whole-wheat semolina—the same as our Organic Whole-Wheat Pasta.

    Are Whole-Wheat Lasagna Noodles Gluten Free? No, Whole-Wheat Lasagna noodles are not gluten free. They are made with hard durum wheat, which contains gluten.

    Are These Whole-Wheat Lasagna Noodles Oven-Ready (No Boil Required)? Yes, DeLallo Organic Whole-Wheat Pasta is oven-ready, meaning you do not have to boil the lasagna noodles before baking in your lasagna recipes.

    What Is The Difference Between Whole-Wheat Lasagna Noodles And Gluten Free Lasagna Noodles? DeLallo Whole-Wheat Lasagna is made with organic durum wheat semolina, while our Gluten-Free Lasagna noodles are made with expertly milled corn and rice.

    What Is The Difference Between Whole-Wheat Lasagna Noodles And Traditional Lasagna Noodles? Traditional semolina lasagna pasta is made with refined semolina flour that only uses one part, the endosperm, of the grain. Whole-wheat lasagna is made with semolina flour that utilizes all three parts of the grain: the bran, the germ and the endosperm.

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