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GF Pasta Di Casa is a personal mission for their founder, Anthony Dionne. Anthony is a qualified chef suffering from coeliac disease.
Having worked for many years in some of the best restaurants in Sydney, including Icebergs and Pendolino, he realised that there was a void in the market for fresh gluten free pasta that was not only certified for coeliacs, but also achieved that wholesome, flavoursome taste. And so the idea of Gluten Free Pasta Di Casa was born.
Taste is always top of the agenda for GF Pasta Di Casa, and Anthony Dionne feels passionately that gluten free should never be a compromise. Anthony told ITC that whatever his business produces, they simply won’t stop until they deliver the most authentic taste and texture. Their motto is: Pasta so good, you’ll find it hard to believe it’s gluten free.
GF Pasta Di Casa have tried, tested, and experimented using innovative techniques to create delicious fresh gluten free pasta.
What Products Do They Sell?
Spinach and ricotta ravioli;
Lasagne sheets; and
Chef’s pick of the week.
All our gluten free pasta is handcrafted for ensured perfection, and contains only the highest quality ingredients available. 💫 GF Pasta Di Casa originated with the idea of creating recipes that would taste and have the same texture as traditional pasta. 💛
Posted by Gluten Free Pasta Di Casa on Wednesday, 17 July 2019
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How Can I Purchase GF Pasta Di Casa?
Plain Fettuccine – $5 for one portion (125g)
Spinach and ricotta ravioli – $7 for 8 pieces
Lasagne sheets – $5 for 2 sheets (125g)
Chef’s special of the week – $6 for 1 portion (125g)
You can order via email [email protected]
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