I bought these gluten-free hamburger buns at Trader Joe's, where they were reasonably priced (I think it was $3.99 for four, but correct me if I'm wrong). They're a bit on the small side for some traditional burgers, but for the ones I make (I use a 1/3 cup measure), they were perfect.
This dish is a lot more special than it looks, I now realize. Of course, it's gluten-free, which you can't deduce from the picture. And the noodles, Schar's penne are not gluey or unpleasant in any way (perfect, actually), so there'd be no way to know they are gluten-free too. But the best secret is the sauce which is definitely not plain old pasta sauce, but a super-spicy vegan variation on same. Here's how to make it:
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Need an easy supper dish? Or how about a hearty centerpiece for brunch? Or did you wake up ravenous and though you're vegetarian, you'd still like a meal to rival steak and eggs for richness of flavor (OK, I haven't had steak and eggs in decades, but you know what I mean...)? Well this is THE DISH!