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Some of the hollow or tubular pastas are elbow macaroni (most often used for macaroni and cheese or macaroni salad. Elbow macaroni usually comes in two sizes. The large size is great for casseroles and the smaller sizes are good used in soup such as minestrone or vegetable. Large width tubular pastas are ziti which again comes in several sizes penne rigatoni and cannelloni. Cannelloni are usually about 3 inches long and are served stuffed with a cheese or meat filling and topped with a marinara or meat sauce. The twisted pastas include Fusilli Bucati Gemeli Rotelli (Wagon Wheels). The twisted pastas are good for heavy sauces. Their shape will help to retain the sauce whereas with the smooth thin pastas the heavy sauces will just run off back into the plate. Fusilli are also nice for seafood pasta salads.
Also a good machine should have a warranty and provide good instructions. The best machines and the most popular worldwide are the pasta makers made in Italy factories. Italian made pasta rollers are made to specific and strict quality control standards. With higher quality you know you will be getting a great quality pasta machine for your money if you buy an Italian made one. As with everything the prices vary greatly. Generally prices online for Italian made machines are far less expensive than at the mall stores. It can be difficult to find imported Italian pasta machines at regular mall stores. With a good warranty and product name you should have no problem purchasing a machine within your budget online often with free shipping.
De Cecco is probably one of the best pasta you can buy abroad. High-quality pasta has a golden color with a vaguely translucent appearance. PASTA SECRET #4: COOKING Once the water is boiling you need to throw the pasta in the pot. The most important test for cooking pasta is the cooking time. Usually the cooking time is written by the manufacturer on the pasta box but you may have to try Only add the salt when the water is ebullient and with that I mean boiling with zest. After adding the salt wait for the water to start boiling again. The salt will have melted completely in the water. Throw the pasta in the pot having great care of submerge it completely all at once at the center of the pot where the boiling is stronger. Once it is all submerged stir it as soon as possible with a wooden fork or spoon.