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Does anyone else use this method of cooking pasta in cold water in a skillet? It's
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Posted to Thread #29953 at 6:41 pm on Nov 11, 2017
my favorite way now to cook dry pasta especially when I want it done quickly. Works great.
Not long ago, returning from vacation arriving home around 8:00 p.m. we were hungry but wanted something quick and fairly light. With this cold start method I had a pasta dish (that included an on-the-fly treatment of sautéed onion and garlic, frozen peas, a sausage pulled from the freezer, a few snips of fresh garden herbs, and grated Parmesan to finish) on the table in about 12 minutes.
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- 29953. Does anyone else use this method of cooking pasta in cold water in a skillet? It's [LINK] - Pat-NoCal - 6:41pm on 11/11/17 (9)
- No, but I will...soon! - judy-mass - 7:50pm on 11/11/17
- The info is in the link, Judy. I didn't paste it into - Pat-NoCal - 7:58pm on 11/11/17
- Harold McGee does it in a skillet at this link. :-) [NT] [LINK] - Pat-NoCal - 8:24pm on 11/11/17
- For many years now, I have used the Fasta Pasta to cook my pasta. [LINK] - KarenNoCA - 8:00pm on 11/11/17
- I usually start with cold water - so much faster! [NT] - deb-in-MI - 9:55pm on 11/11/17
- Much faster indeed, and really no change in the outcome from - Pat-NoCal - 2:56am on 11/13/17
- Yap, I have been doing this ever since my student years when I practically... - EvaN - 7:39am on 11/13/17
- Thanks for this!!! I cannot believe I went this long without knowing about it. - LisainLA - 3:44am on 11/15/17
- That's awesome, Lisa! [NT] - Pat-NoCal - 4:17am on 11/15/17