Next, the how to eat pasta requires a little more education. Here are a few simple tips for choosing and cooking your pasta dish.
Use a large pot to cook your pasta to allow movement. Too cramped of a space will result in uneven cooking. Make sure water is at a full rolling boil before adding pasta. Plan for about 3 ounces dried pasta per serving. Add the pasta. If it is long, such as spaghetti or linguine, drop one end into the boiling water, then gradually push down the rest of the pasta as it softens through cooking. Cook until al dente, meaning it has a slight resistance when bitten. The fastest way to make an Italian cry is to serve mushy pasta. Remove your pot of pasta from heat and drain. You are now ready to add the sauce of your choice or simply top with a little olive oil and parmesan. Bon appetit!
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