Pasta Pot

Pasta Pot: With this pot, the pasta never sticks to the bottom of the pot, and when it’s cooked, all that is necessary is to lift out the inner pot and the water drains out. See more about it below.

Pasta Pot

Pasta Pot

More About the Pasta Pot:

We purchased a pasta maker several years ago, and this double boiler cooking utensil (shown above without the lid) was a bonus gift that came with it.  When cooking pasta in a conventional pot on the stove top, we often found that the pasta would stick to the bottom of the pot.  Then we would pour the boiling water and cooked pasta into a colander to drain off the water.

With the this cooking utensil, the spaghetti or macaroni never sticks to the bottom of the pot, and when it’s cooked, all that is necessary is to lift out the inner pot and the water drains out.  Do not cook the pasta with the lid on the pot or the water will boil out between the inner and outer sections.  When cooking spaghetti or macaroni in this utensil, be sure to stir it when it begins to soften, in order to make sure that none of it is sticking through the holes of the inner pot.

Previous Utensil: Muffin Rings
Next Utensil: Pie Pan – Silicone

Some background information:

Over the years we have found that a surprising number of people really don’t know how to cook. So, by including a list of cooking utensils and equipment that we use in preparing each recipe. This helps other people plan what they will need to prepare that specific recipe. Additionally, we are including a description and photo of each utensil or piece of equipment. This also helps beginners know something more about each cooking utensil or piece of equipment. This also helps people build a kitchen inventory of things they will need to prepare almost any meal. And, if anyone needs anything else, all they have to do is ask. We will try to find what they need and post it here with the other things.

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