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.