How to make it

  • Fill pot ¾ the way with water
  • Add 1 oz. Olive oil
  • Bring the water to a boil
  • After water is boiling, add salt to taste
  • Slowly add the pasta to the boiling water
  • Boil per package directions
  • Transfer pasta to a strainer
  • Rinse with hot water
  • Mix in well with 1 oz. of Olive oil
  • Serve

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  • momoften 4 years ago
    My mom taught us this way and when in college I cooked for some friends and did this and one of the guys was so amazed because that is how his Italian grandma did. He didn't think anyone who wasn't Italian would know how to do it. Thanks great tip. (I also do this in my rice cooker with my rice.)
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  • donman 4 years ago
    Thanks for your interest in my No Stick Pasta recipe.
    Donman :)
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    " It was excellent "
    maureenlaw ate it and said...
    I had done this for years, and then someone told me that pasta sauce doesn't stick well if you do it this way. I still do it this way, to heck with what I was told. Thanks.
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    " It was excellent "
    snowcat17 ate it and said...
    HEy Bud, how r u? This is a great way to do this, I'm gonna switch to olive oil, or if I don't have any oil, I just butter my pasta before saucing, HIGH FIVE FORKS!!!!
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    " It was excellent "
    sparow64 ate it and said...
    My grandmother told me years and years ago to "put a little lard (shortening) in there and it won't boil over"... I used to put veg. oil in it, and changed to olive oil a few years ago. It's definately the best way to cook any pasta! Great post.
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