✎ Hi! Welcome to the pasta studio!!! A studio created by @Lemonadeinsummer
OMG! featured on 1//21/2021!!!!!! Tysm st!!
Username (no @ please) // QOTW answer
-Pasta projects only.
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-Do not promote without permission.
-Do not change the desc or title without permission.
-Do not invite people unless they fill out the form.
-No advertising, f4f, spam, etc.
- No follow on requests
-No asking for manager
☞QOTW (question of the week)
What is your favorite joke about pasta?
☞POTY (poll of the Year)
What is your favorite pasta shape?
Rigatoni - 6
Penne - 13
Ravioli - 11
Rotini (twisty) - 16
Shells - 14
Any - 9
Elbows - 4
Maffaldi - 1
Bow tie - 7
Fettuccine - 6
Angel hair- 5
☞ Fun Facts!
-October 25 is World Pasta Day.
☞COTM (contest of the month) suggested by @am_bruh
Design a pasta shape! Come up with a name, and a design. Put it in a project and post the link or add it! Or, put it in a comment!
☞ JOTW (Joke of the Week)
What’s the most humorous kind of pasta?
If you are active, you will be promoted. Please do not ask in the comments. Limit: 10
If you are to add unrelated projects, and keep doing it, you will be removed by @Lemonadeinsummer. Same goes for not following the rest of the rules.
☞Recipe (written by @Debaparna)
Step 1: Boil Water
Start with a very large pot of water, about 6 quarts per pound of pasta. Bring it to a rapid boil. Tip: A pound of pasta feeds about 5 to 6 people.
Step 2: Add Salt
Put in a lot of salt, about 3 tablespoons. If you taste the water, it should taste like the sea.
Step 3: Add the Pasta
Drop in the pasta while the water is at a boil and give it a gentle stir.
Step 4: Stir
Stir it occasionally while it cooks. Use the cooking time on the pasta package as a guide.
Step 5: Taste the Pasta
But watch out — it's hot! Sample the pasta at about 2 minutes shy of the indicated time. It should be al dente. You'll finish cooking it in the sauce. Tip: "Al dente" means "to the tooth," meaning the pasta should still have a little bite to it.
Step 6: Drain
Drain the pasta. Just be sure to save about 1 cup of the pasta water. If you have a pot with a colander insert, use it to drain the pasta. If not, drain the pasta in a colander set in the sink.
Step 7: Removing Ravioli
If you're cooking ravioli, use a slotted skimmer and gently lift the ravioli a few at a time.
Step 8: Stir in the Sauce
Add the pasta to your sauce and finish cooking it in the sauce. Give it a stir to coat.
Step 9: Add Pasta Water
Ladle a few tablespoons of the pasta water at a time until you have the right consistency to your sauce. Remember, the pasta will absorb the liquid. Tip: Pasta water helps to thicken the sauce.
Step 10: Buon Appetito!
Simmer over medium-low heat — it'll help the pasta soak up the sauce. Follow your recipe's instructions for finishing the dish. And that's all there is to it.
@Lemonadeinsummer for creating this studio.
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