How to cook pasta without water

How to cook pasta without water

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As most of Italian recipes, this is a very simple dish. High quality ingredients make a difference! If available, choose DeCecco pasta or Barilla (secondly).

If you don't manage to find an Italian pasta, when picking it in the shop, consider that the longer time it requires to be cooked (never less than 11/12 mins), the best quality is.

Use a 20(or so)cm wide saucepan. Put the oil and the garlic. Let it brown 2/3 mins, low heat.

Add the tomato sauce (I had a homemade one) - watch out for splashes!! It has to be very liquid. Add basil, salt and carrot, leave garlic inside. Cover and let it cook 10 mins, low heat.

Add pasta. I chose Conchiglioni (big shells) but any kind of 'short pasta' will make it. Cook it 15-20 mins, low heat. Stir every now and again. Don't let it overcook :)

The sauce will thicken and reduce quickly. This is how it looks when it's done. Pasta absorbs the tomato sauce liquid: more tasty than water, ha? Take off the carrot, basil and, above all!, garlic :)

Grate as much Parmesan as you like...

...and that's it! BUON APPETITO! :)

Watch the video: Why I stopped boiling my pasta water.


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