Costco fresh lemony, cheesy pasta that’s a convenient delicious summer dish!
Time for another convenient Costco fresh pasta review! During a recent trip to Costco I found this Duso’s Lemon Ricotta Mezzaluna and decided to pick it up because I’ve never had lemon pasta before and I love anything with ricotta. Fresh pasta from Costco is always a meal that’s done in just a few minutes without much work which I always appreciate.
A recent popular pasta from Costco is the Rana Tagliatelle Seasoned White Chicken & Mushroom Sauce and my personal favorite pasta I’ve had from Costco recently is the gluten-free, vegan Pedon Yellow Lentil Spaghetti.
This mezzaluna can be found in the refrigerated deli section near the other fresh pasta and cheeses, the item number is 2689888.
I gotta say, I liked this pasta! You have to be a fan of lemon to enjoy it because it does have a strong lemon flavor but not in a sweet, dessert way. The lemon pairs really well with the delicious, salty, creamy and flavorful ricotta.
This is definitely a savory pasta but doesn’t need any extra heavy tomato or alfredo sauce. Just a simple drizzle of olive oil or melted butter completes this meal.
I found the pasta quite filling despite not having any meat with it so this pasta from Costco is perfect for your meatless-Monday dinner! We also had a ton of leftovers and I snuck a few mezzalunas cold from the fridge and it was so yummy served cold!
For two 500 gram packages of mezzaluna (1 kg all together) I paid $11.99 Canadian which is not bad! One package was more than enough for my husband and I.
Absolutely easy to cook and have on the table in just a few minutes! All you do is boil some water, cook the pasta for 6 to 8 minutes and serve it with either olive oil or melted butter! You could also pair it with herb-roasted chicken or fresh garden vegetables.
The best before date on my lemon ricotta mezzaluna was about 6 weeks from the date I purchased it. The pasta needs to be kept refrigerated and should be consumed within three days of opening it.
The ingrediests list has all the ingredients I would expect to see in fresh pasta containing lemon and ricotta! That doesn’t necessarily make it healthy though.
One third of a 500 gram package of Duso’s Lemon Ricotta Mezzaluna from Costco is 400 calories, 12 grams of fat, 58 grams of carbohydrates, three grams of fibre, six grams of sugar, 16 grams of protein and 670 mg of sodium.
Not the healthiest meal you can have but I sure do love a good cheesy, flavorful pasta every now and then!
Give it a try!
If you love lemon flavor and ricotta cheese I recommend trying this! If you’re scared of Duso’s products because of my review for the Duso’s Jumbo Chicken & Mozzarella Ravioli, let me assure you, this is much better!
Have you tried this? What did you think?
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