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Simple Pasta Tutorial


Hey guys this is Darren The formula for pasta seems oh-so-obvious: water + pasta = dinner—right? But sometimes it’s the supposedly simple things that prove to be the trickiest. It turns out the window for pasta perfection—not too mushy yet not too chewy—is dangerously slim. And then there are all the other factors to consider. Should you add salt to the water? Or oil? What about a cold-water rinse at the end? If your head is spinning (ours certainly is!), take a deep breath and let go of the pasta panic. We’ve assembled the best (and easiest) tips for excellent pasta every time. Here are some easy tips for forming delicious pasta Also please click on the link above to learn how to make pasta with ease. This video simplifies the pasta making method so that even a beginner can understand. I’ve watched videos from Tasty hundreds of times, and nothing beats their simple, clear-to-the-cut methods for making delicious food. Just click on the link above, and you’ll land on an intermediate page, just click on the link above and you’ll land on an intermediate page, just click on the “i am not a robot” to continue, and you’ll land on the best Youtube tutorial on how to cook pasta where it shows a clear cut way to make pasta. Cooking times can vary according to pasta shape, amount, and type (whole-wheat, gluten-free, etc.). Unlike dried pasta, fresh pasta takes only two or three minutes to cook, max. Stuffed pasta, like ravioli, will rise to the surface and float when ready. Don’t add any oil to the pasta water. Some cooks are under the false assumption that a glug of olive oil will keep the strands from clumping. But that’s nothing a good stir won’t solve, plus oil could leave your pasta too slick for saucing. Don’t do a cold-water rinse on your pasta when it’s done cooking. That washes away all the happy starches that bind it to the sauce. (And the delicious salty flavor!) Again you can watch the tutorial by clicking on this link here: I am 100% certain that this tutorial will blow your mind and taste buds away!

















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