Making the pasta is "al dente" is quite simple, but absolutely it is easier –everybody knows- to slip up and let cook heedless until to be overcooked. We encourage you to try and taste the authentic Italian pasta, the pasta which is cooked and eaten "al dente".
The perfect pasta is termed “al dente” which means it is cooked on the outside but inside it should still be somewhat crunchy -so you can note a certain resistance when bitten it. Not only is yummy on the palate, it is better for our health.
To get pasta "al dente", we must to check the package for suggested as cooking timing as how much pasta you need. Once the water comes to a hard boil add the pasta and to keep pasta from sticking stir constantly within the first minutes only.
The important part of this process is that enough water to make pasta does not stick. When you get close to the end of the estimated cooking time, taste and bite into the pasta. We recommend to try a few minutes before the indicated in the package. If it’s too hard to bite or if you see a little white in the center, we can say our pasta “al dente” it’s ready.
Turn off the stove and empty the entire pot of pasta into a strainer. Getting the timing right will take some practice, but eventually you’ll be preparing al dente pasta like a pro!
Now you can experiment as taste an authentic Italian pasta.
What sauce are you going to add to your pasta "al dente"?