Posted October 05, 2018 06:16:00 The holidays are over and you’re going to be getting ready to eat a bunch of pasta, but there’s one thing you really want to know before you start: Do you really need to?
Don’t worry, we’re not going to tell you what the right way to make pasta meals is.
In this post, we’ll be showing you exactly how to make a pasta dinner that will last you up to four days.
First things first, let’s talk about the basics.
The basics: How to make spaghetti with spaghetti noodles.
First, make the pasta.
Start with a medium-sized spaghetti or noodle dish.
Next, make your sauce.
The sauce is what’s going to give the pasta its flavor.
You can use just about any tomato paste, olive oil, or any combination of those to make your pasta sauce.2.
Make your pasta, then add some pasta water.
You can use either cold or hot water to add to the pasta, depending on how much water you use.
Add your toppings.
Make sure to leave plenty of room between the noodles and sauce, otherwise the pasta will cook faster.
Finish your pasta by adding a little cheese, if you’d like.
If you don’t like the toppings on your pasta meal, you can add some more cheese to your pasta dish, or you can just add some bread crumbs to the top of your pasta.
Serve your pasta with a little pasta sauce, or your favorite salad.
Top your pasta and serve!
If you’re feeling lazy, you could also add some fresh basil or thyme leaves to your dish, too.
If your kids don’t want to eat pasta, you may also add a bit of a creamy cheese to their spaghetti dish.
But, in general, I like my pasta served with a bit more pasta sauce and a little bit of cheese, so that they can finish the meal without having to eat too much pasta.
If your kids are getting tired of eating pasta, they can add a little more cheese as well, or they can leave the cheese alone.
For more pasta recipes, check out the Food Lab blog.
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