To find out if your pasta is al dente, remove a piece of pasta from the water and run it under cold water. Then take a bite – you’ll feel a bit of resistance but not a lot. Then take a look at the inside of the pasta. With shapes such as penne or rigatoni, you’ll see a thin ring around the center.
To find out if your pasta is al dente, remove a piece of pasta from the water and run it under cold water. Then take a bite – you’ll feel a bit of resistance but not a lot. Then take a look at the inside of the pasta. With shapes such as penne or rigatoni, you’ll see a thin ring around the center. Stacy Zarin Goldberg For The Washington Post
To find out if your pasta is al dente, remove a piece of pasta from the water and run it under cold water. Then take a bite – you’ll feel a bit of resistance but not a lot. Then take a look at the inside of the pasta. With shapes such as penne or rigatoni, you’ll see a thin ring around the center. Stacy Zarin Goldberg For The Washington Post

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