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It promises to give you the authentic taste of pasta without any of the hassles usually associated with cooking it. So all you pasta lovers say goodbye to the huge boiling pots burnt fingers and all the problems pasta chefs are intimately familiar with. But pasta makers are a dime a dozen. A quick trip to the grocery store will reveal dozens of them lined up in the aisles. So what makes this pasta maker a must have in every kitchen? Here are a few reasons: 1. The Pasta Boat is microwave friendly. So you don t have to take out your boiling pots put loads of water and wait for it to boil. All you have to do is it to put your favourite pasta be it Spaghetti Penne or Fuseli into the device and just add water. This is the closest you will ever come to making instant pasta that actually tastes good.
No sauce is needed to savour such a nourishing food. No matter what serve the pasta piping hot! Never ever serve lukewarm or cold pasta. PASTA SECRET #7: PRACTICE! I did my part. I shared the jealously guarded secrets handed down in the Bontempi family from generation to generation since the times Rome was a just rustic village on the Mediterranean sea and pasta was still made of *farro* (spelt flour). Now it is really up to you. Let me part by saying: Practice practice practice! Invite friends over or treat yourself and your dear ones to some simple satvic pasta or some zesty one. Remember a good pasta lover eat pasta at least 5 times a week. You may wonder why you need to make fresh pasta when you can buy many types of dried pastas in a variety of flavors in most grocery stores today.
Stir pasta as soon as it is dropped into the boiling water and keep stirring every minute or so. Never add oil which will coat the pasta and cause it to repel instead of absorb the sauce. Oil would be needed if you are using a low quality pasta since the cheaper wheat would make it much easier for the strands to get glued together. Let the pasta cook on a lively fire stirring it every now and then. Be careful of the cooking time: on italian packages it is usually correct. Better to stop cooking a few seconds sooner than later since the paste will in any case continue cooking for a little while after you drain it. How do you know the pasta is cooked? Well if you do not have a cooking time on the pasta package just sample a strand of the pasta. Break it and see if the inside is still whitish.