Stop wasting water by cooking pasta in a pot - this trick is much better
Pasta is one of the favorite dishes, especially for children, so parents always find themselves cooking the Italian dish at least once a week.
Most of us are limited in time and some pastas, especially spaghetti, take long time to prepare.
And if you're like me, then the spaghetti sometimes comes out too soft or sticks together in a mash. Not the best base for a meal.
But recently I found a great tip for quick pasta cooking that provides much better results, and it all starts with a frying pan.
You know how you always have to wait a long time for the water to boil in the pot before putting the pasta in? Well, with this new method you can skip this step altogether.
Saves water, time and energy
If you replace the pot with a pan and not wait for the water to boil, then you can both save water and time.
What I learned from the following video is that boiling water causes the spaghetti to stick together so by adding spaghetti to cold water you can prevent it.
You will even have some leftover pasta water that you can later add to the sauce to empower it. I wish I had known this trick earlier.
Watch the explanation in the video below, and feel free to share it with all your cooking friends who like pasta and love time-saving tricks in the kitchen.