The Woolwich Observer

One-pot pasta means easy cleanup on busy weeknights

America's Test Kitchen


This recipe uses just one pot to cook the pasta and the sauce together; no draining a separate pot of boiling water required! This is possible not through magic, but through the precise measuremen­t of the liquid needed to cook your pasta.

There is just enough broth for the pasta to absorb and become tender,

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plus a little extra to create the sauce. And that sauce takes shape when you stir the pasta -- hard! -- after it finishes cooking. The pasta releases starch as it cooks, helping the liquid thicken into a creamy (creamless!) sauce.

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