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For many years now, I have used the Fasta Pasta to cook my pasta.
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Posted to Thread #29953 at 8:00 pm on Nov 11, 2017
If I am cooking for up to 4 servings, it is great. I put pasta in, put water up the the appropriate water line, toss in microwave. When done, put lid on and drain. No mess, no fuss, just rinse Fasta Pasta in hot water and done!
This method is great too and yes, I have done it that way for a one dish meal! Love it!
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Other messages in this thread:
- 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