Chickpea Rotini


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Similar to fusilli pasta, rotini is a spiraled, corkscrew pasta designed to add a twist to your next pasta recipe. Now, Barilla is proud to present its Chickpea Rotini, made in the same shape as our Blue Box Rotini. Your family can trust pasta recipes made with this rotini!
All legumes. Al dente. All great taste. Introducing Barilla Chickpea Rotini, made with just 1 ingredient: chickpeas! Certified Gluten Free and Non-GMO. Taste the difference!

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Rotini (meaning "twists") are two-inch lengths of thick corkscrew pasta from Northern Italy. The shape was inspired by children, since it is fun to eat and pairs well with a wide variety of sauces. 
Try the Chickpea Rotini for your next veggie pasta recipe and enjoy the taste! 
  • About

    Legume Pasta
    Cooks in 7-9 minutes

    Pack Size(s)

    • 8.8 oz. (4.5 x servings)


  • Benefits

    Made with 1 simple ingredient
    Certified Gluten Free
    Non-GMO Project Verified
    Non GMO Project Verified seal

Suitable For

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian
  • Fish Free
  • Lactose Free
  • Peanut Free
  • Shell Fish Free
  • Soy Free
  • Tree Nut Free
  • Grain Free
  • Vegan
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Ingredients & Nutrition

Cooking & Measuring

  • Measuring your pasta

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  • Our Chef’s tip

    Salt will help flavour the pasta but avoid adding oil as your sauce won't stick.


  • 1

    Bring 4 - 6 quarts of water to a rolling boil, add salt to taste.

  • 2

    Add contents of package to boiling water. Stir gently.

  • 3

    Return to a boil. For "al dente" pasta, boil uncovered, stirring occasionally for 7 minutes. For more tender pasta, boil an additional 1-2 minutes.

  • 4

    Remove from heat. Drain well.

  • 5

    Serve immediately with your favorite Barilla sauce.

Full Cooking Instructions
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