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  • I had this pasta with a salad and some garlic bread, and the salad and garlic breaded ended up being the best and most enjoyable part of the meal
  • A person looking for a quick, convenient and easy pasta meal really needs to avoid this product, otherwise he or she will very likely be in store for one heck of a disappointment
  • I definitely loaded this pasta with an excessive amount of Parmesan and Romano grated cheese because it really, really desperately needed some flavor


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      Ronzoni Bistro Rotini with Tomato and Basil comes in an eight ounce package and retails for one dollar. It can be found in most grocery stores, although I wish that I hadn’t found it considering how unpleasant the meal was to the taste. I had this pasta with a salad and some garlic bread, and the salad and garlic breaded ended up being the best and most enjoyable part of the meal. A

      person looking for a quick, convenient and easy pasta meal really needs to avoid this product, otherwise he or she will very likely be in store for one heck of a disappointment.

      One of the many problems that this pasta exhibits is it comes out of the microwave very, very mushy. This pasta was so flimsy that it was an incredible chore eating it with a fork. The pasta would just fall off the fork or fall apart. It being so mushy made it excessively unpleasant to put in my mouth and chew on. The stuff was so ridiculously soft that very little chewing seemed to be necessary. What made this pasta even more unpleasant was the incredibly bland flavor. The tomato sauce had no flavor to it whatsoever. The tomato sauce is supposed to have garlic and basil in it, but I couldn’t make either out.


      • Ronzoni Bistro Rotini with Tomato and Basil
      This had to be the absolute blandest tomato sauce that I’ve ever had the misfortune of tasting. I definitely loaded this pasta with an excessive amount of Parmesan and Romano grated cheese because it really, really desperately needed some flavor. Although the bag was eight ounces, that was seven ounces too much for me.

      If I could, I’d seriously rate Ronzoni Bistro Rotini with Tomato and Basil a “0″. There aren’t any redeeming qualities

      that this bagged pasta has to offer. The texture is totally wrong with the pasta being extremely soggy and soft and the amount of flavor is non-existent. While this pasta is cheap and it’s very easy to heat up in the microwave, it’s not at all worth any amount of money. The quality of the pasta and ingredients is below sub-par. While the name may make this pasta sound appetizing, the pasta most certainly isn’t.




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