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I'm trying to make a traditional Ashkenazi Jewish dish called kasha varnishkes - It's a pilaf of sorts... made from carmelized onions, toasted buckwheat groats, and bowtie noodles.

I have yet to find a gluten-free bowtie noodle - Has anyone seen them? Do they exist? If not, can you think of a shape of noodle that would come the closest to the consistency and feel of a bowtie noodle?

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I've been nosing around online and haven't found any :( .

I have found small to medium size shells, would those work?

I think that medium-sized shells might be the best bet, actually - Wonder which brand tastes the most like wheat pasta and keeps a good consistency when reheated? So far Tinkyada is my favorite but i don't know if they make shells

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I think that medium-sized shells might be the best bet, actually - Wonder which brand tastes the most like wheat pasta and keeps a good consistency when reheated? So far Tinkyada is my favorite but i don't know if they make shells

Tinkyada makes shells, I have some sitting in my cabinet right now. They also make big shells (for manicotti), penne, fusilli, elbows, linguine, spirals, and mini shapes...

http://www.tinkyada.com/ProP1.htm

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