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Learn how to make spaghetti sauce and spaghetti - Spaghetti - How to Cook Pasta Part 2
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Okay, we are about a minute away from our pasta being ready, so I am going to go ahead and I am going to check my pasta. The way that I check my pasta is -- and I am going to rinse this off in here, look at that. That’s not going to hurt, folks, you are going to have that spaghetti sauce that has all the flavors, its all in there. I am going to take my pasta tool here, I am going to hook one of these, and they are hot, so just like I said, safety first, watch your fingers. But what I like to do is I take it like this, I just take a little bite, that’s good. I look at it, I can’t see it there, take another bite, there’s a little teeny-tiny, it’s probably hard to see, a little teeny-tiny dot right in the center of the pasta, which is probably very hard to see, but this pasta is done.
I don’t think I want to go any further on it, because it would be overcooked. So, I am going to turn it off right now. We are going to take it, we are going to drain it, and I am going to show how we are going to put it together. What I am going to do, I am going to get ready first. I am going to take my pasta bowl. We are going to sit it over here by the sink, because I am getting ready to drain this pasta. I am going to take my pasta over. We are going to actually drain it through the colander. There we go, get you out of the way, thank you very much. Okay, that turned out well, very nice. Give it a shake, drain it real good.
Now, what I am going to do is I want to take my pasta sauce. I am going to put some sauce in the bottom of this bowl. We are just going to put some—I apologize I'm left handed I’ll switch so you can see, there we go. So, we are going to put some sauce in the bottom, and this is going to keep the pasta from sticking together. I am going to put this back over here. I am going to take this, give it a good shake, I lost one, that’s alright, put it in there. Now, we are going to take this, I am going to slide over here, push this out of the way, lets get rid of this, very nice. I am going to put some more pasta sauce on here, there we go, load it up. Try not to make too much of a mess. Then I am going to take and mix this around.
What we are going to do, we are going to coat this with the sauce. So, when we coat it, it’s actually going to keep that pasta from sticking together, as it sits. Sometimes people will actually run water over the pasta, you can do that, but I can tell you this, its not really doing much good, you are cooling the pasta down. Yeah, it stops the cooking a little bit, but in the end you tend to have a cold dish. So, this way, this is ready to go, this is ready to go. We are ready to go to the table, and there it is, this is how we make pasta. Now, the only other thing we do is when we plate this up, and we are going to plate it, serve it with some sausage and maybe put a extra sauce on top. So, let me get a plate, I will be right back, and we are going to plate this up, and show you what it looks like.