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1. Use 2 quarts water per 1 pound pasta, yielding a nice concentration of starch in the liquid to add to the final dish.
2. How much salt to use in your pasta water? I use 1 1/2 teaspoons salt per 2 quarts water.
3. The trick to making a great pasta dish is knowing that 80% of the cooking is going to happen in the water and 20% in the pan absorbing the pasta sauce. That’s when the two strangers (noodle and condiment) become lovers.
4. Pasta should be al dente (toothsome punch or bite). Some folks mispronounce the term by saying “al Dante”. Dante was a poet in the Late Middle Ages from Tuscany.
5. Remove your pasta 1 1/2 minutes before package instructions says it’s cooked. Drain and finish you pasta in the pan allowing the noodles to soak up the sauce.
I spent a whole afternoon scouring the web looking for the history of pasta, unusual facts about pasta, pasta references, pasta tips, and easy pasta recipes. I could have spent all week researching. Did you know…Historically Pasta is a staple food of traditional Italian cuisine, with the first reference dating to 1154 in Sicily?
The idea that Marco Polo brought pasta from China to Italy is as congenial to Italians as the idea that the hamburger came from Germany is to Americans. Some websites even say pasta is of Greek or Arabic origin – and there’s probably some truth there – but whether or not it was truly invented there, pasta’s home is Italy.
Pasta is a staple in American diets. In further research on how pasta is advertised, I was amazed to see one place in Texas, Hungry for Pasta food delivery in Houston, which is open 24 hours a day. Even Panera Bread, a restaurant more known for it’s sandwiches boasts an advertisement reading “Make lunch and dinner more delicious with pasta dishes at Panera Bread.” It’s plain to see we are a country of pasta lovers
And when we see what’s trending on popular food channels, I have been viewing Cooking Channel’s shows and watching top global chefs share their best recipes and demonstrate their specialties in cooking technique. The most common technique was the one I shared with you, which is finishing cooking the pasta in the sauce for the final two minutes so the noodles absorb the sauce properly.
When we look at what’s trending on popular food sites, we can see Allrecipes and it has more than 2,080 trusted main dish pasta recipes complete with ratings, reviews and mixing tips. I had a good look around and found an interesting article on their 15 Best Pasta Dishes On Allrecipes.
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If you want to learn how to make a easy pasta recipe? The this clams with pasta video is for you! This quick and easy seafood pasta recipe is a winner and a crowd–pleaser
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