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But this device makes it the easiest. It has an inbuilt strainer. All you have to do is lift the device and strain. Yes it s that simple! 4. If you order a Pasta Boat you will also get the Stay Cool handles. You can use these to lift the boat while it is still hot. But what makes them truly amazing is that they can also be used to measure pasta. 5. And lastly the unbelievable price. Pay $10 and you will get the Pasta Boat Stay Cool Handles and a Recipe Booklet absolutely free. This is truly a cost-effective solution to all your pasta making woes. The Pasta Boat is one of the most ingenious kitchen aids you can find one that will save you hours of effort burnt fingers and all the woes that usually accompany pasta making. If you are a die-hard Italian food fan then I am sure you would love to cook Italian food as well. Making pasta at home is very simple and could be quite a joyride. It is expensive and difficult to step out to a restaurant each time you feel like having pasta.
Specifically well salted boiling water. How much water depends on how much pasta you are cooking. Plenty of water is best but even if you are limited to a small pan do not fret all your pasta needs is salted boiling water. In a perfect world a large oversized pot would be best. But if you are cooking lets say a pound of pasta for a group to enjoy even an eight cup/two quart pan will do just fine. Yes eight cups or two quarts of water will do the trick for a pound of pasta. Bring the water to the highest boil you can and leave it at that temperature. Add enough salt (I recommend sea salt for both flavor and mineral content) so that you can just taste it in the water. Too much salt is as bad as too little salt. Once the water is boiling fiercely add the pasta and stir it briskly in the pan until it comes to a boil once again. Here is an old professional pasta cooking trick for when you are cooking any type of spaghetti or long pasta. Break the pasta in half before dropping it into the pan. Not only will it fit perfectly but it will cook evenly. You are not waiting for the pasta to cook and bend itself into the pan which can take over a minute. Your pasta will have the same perfect Al Dente (firm slightly hard slightly crunchy) texture all the way through. In addition it is Much Easier to eat. It also takes on sauces much better than foot long plus pasta. Most pasta packages recommend that you cook the pasta for a certain number of minutes.
There is so much variety in pasta that if served with different types of sauces or used in salads soups or even puddings you can enjoy it several times a week without making the same dish twice. Pasta can be used for breakfast casseroles luncheon salads and dinner entrees and even for dessert. Try your hand experiment and see what you can come up with. According to a recent pasta survey taken among Italian chefs and experts - these are the 7 most common mistakes most people make when cooking pasta... 1. Not using a large enough cooking pot This is probably the most common "pasta cooking" mistake. The very minimum that the experts recommend is four quarts of water for one pound of pasta. But Italian chefs and pasta experts use more than that; between five and six quarts of water for each pound of pasta.