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How to prepare Bentilia Lentil and Bean Pasta

There are so many ways to enjoy our Gluten-Free Pasta. Here's a video to help you cook them perfectly.


  1. When cooking any pasta you should always use a medium pot with 2 cups of water per cup of pasta.

  2. Bring water to a steady boil and add salt if desired, this gives the pasta flavor, beans and lentils have a natural salty taste to them and we at Bentilia prefer to keep that taste intact, so we add salt to balance off the effects of dilution from water. We use 1/2 tbs per 2 cups of water.

  3. Gently add pasta to slow boiling water and stir, it is important to stir occasionally in order to avoid spill over, bean and lentil pasta tends to create more foam than traditional wheat pasta.

  4. Cook times will always vary so start by checking the pasta after 8 minutes – simply grab a noodle and taste it :) - add a minute more and check again until you find your preferred texture; it’s all about mouth feel and personal taste.

  5. Once cooked, drain and rinse off well with cold water, never hot!

  6. Set it aside and when you are ready to eat simply toss it into a hot sauce, stir-fry etc until warm throughout, then serve and enjoy a truly healthy meal.


  1. Start by placing the quantity of pasta desired into a ceramic or stainless steel bowl, make sure there is enough room to add double the amount of water, so in other words leave the bowl half empty :)

  2. Bring water to a boil, you can use a kettle or a pot.

  3. Once boiling, pour over the pasta so it is completely covering the pasta and then add more water so the pasta is clearly 2 inches below the water line.

  4. Cover with plastic wrap or a tight lid if you have one that matches the bowl and let stand for a minimum of 45 minutes.

  5. Check pasta for desired doneness; if not to your liking then let it sit a little longer checking at a 10 minute interval.

  6. Once done strain and rinse well, set aside and use once you are ready to eat.


Bentilia pasta is equally great in a cold salad or soups; it even cooks really well in a crockpot or a casserole, let your imagination run wild and don’t forget to share your recipe’s with us.