Sunny & Luna tagliatelle might be packed with complex vegetable and legume goodness but the preparation couldn't be simpler - scroll down and you'll see.
Top: from frozen, middle: from fresh, bottom: al dente from fresh
Let us tell you what's different about our tagliatelle. Firstly it's made with 50% cauliflower and legumes, making it 1 of your 5-a-day. The legumes (hello chickpeas, lentils and green peas) mean one portion has 20g of protein - now that's a lot of protein. On top of all of that it's fresh, plant-based and authentically Italian.
One portion of tagliatelle has 20g of protein - now that's a lot of protein
To get the best results with your pack of Sunny & Luna pasta, all you need is a pan of salted boiling water and in just a few minutes you'll have dreamy pasta. That's not it though! Our tagliatelle also works really well in a pasta bake and there's no need pre-cook - you can go straight from pack to tray. The middle of the bake will be soft and bubbling while the strands of pasta that poke out the edges will have a super satisfying crisp and chew. Yum.
There are no end of sauces to accompany our tagliatelle. We're talking pesto, ragu, carbonara, puttanesca, pomodoro, aglio e olio, cacio e pepe... we could go on and on... So get creative and show us what you make by tagging @sunnyandluna__ on Instagram!
How to cook Sunny & Luna Cauliflower Tagliatelle
1 pack Sunny & Luna Cauliflower Tagliatelle (obviously!)
A good pinch of salt
Bring a pan of salted water to a boil.
Once boiling, add the tagliatelle and bring back to the boil.
Gently boil for 2-4 minutes. (See note below)
Drain through a sieve or colander.
Top with literally any pasta sauce for a dreamy bowl of pasta.
If you like your pasta al dente or will be adding it to a sauce and cooking for longer, go for 2 minutes. If you are plan to top with sauce straight away and like your pasta softer, cook for up to 4 minutes.
Making your own pasta sauce? (Fancy pants!) Save some pasta water before draining and use it to loosen your sauce if needed.
When cooking from frozen, use the exact same method as above and no need to defrost before adding to the boiling water.