Weird News This Pasta-Straining Technique Is Blowing People's Minds

18:02  06 october  2017
18:02  06 october  2017 Source:   Good Housekeeping

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What if there was an easier way to drain your pasta than balancing your strainer in the sink, then trying to pour everything into it without splashing boiling water everywhere? vote votes. My mind is BLOWN .

This Pasta - Straining Technique Is Blowing People ' s Minds . This Pasta Straining Technique Is Blowing People ' s Minds . Most Popular. By Lauren Smith. Oct 4, 2017. There's a reason the first thing most people learn how to cook is pasta: It's impossible to mess up — or so we thought.

This Pasta-Straining Technique Is Blowing People's Minds © Daibellaaa via Twitter This Pasta-Straining Technique Is Blowing People's Minds There's a reason the first thing most people learn how to cook is pasta: It's impossible to mess up - or so we thought. When we saw a picture going viral implying we've been draining our beloved spaghetti wrong all along, we couldn't believe it.

Twitter user @Daibellaaa was one of many people to share an easier way to drain pasta, which involves putting the strainer in the pot, then tipping it over to let the water spill out. This way, the pasta stays in the same container the whole time - and your spaghetti stays far away from your potentially dirty sink basin.

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There' s a reason the first thing most people learn how to cook is pasta : It' s impossible to mess up - or so we thought. Or the Circulon Momentum Covered Casserole with Lock 'n' Strain Lid (, amazon.com).

There' s a reason the first thing most people learn how to cook is pasta : It' s impossible to mess up - or so we thought. Or the Circulon Momentum Covered Casserole with Lock 'n' Strain Lid (, amazon.com).

Genius, no? Well, not so fast. Betty Gold, senior product analyst in the Kitchen Appliances & Technology Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute, isn't impressed. "I would make the argument that this isn't that innovative of an idea, considering how many saucepans come with lids that do that straining for you, so you don't need a colander at all - isn't that smarter?" 

She also points out that the chances of having a colander that nests perfectly inside your saucepan are fairly low. "If it's the tiniest bit too small, you risk pouring your pasta down the drain or into the basin of your sink," she says. Plus, if you like to rinse your noodles before eating them, this trick will actually complicate matters even more.

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So while this trick isn't going to hurt your pasta, per se, it's not for everyone - or every dish. But if you're still convinced you need an in-pot strainer, Gold recommends the Bialetti Pasta Pot with Strainer Lid.

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Or the Circulon Momentum Covered Casserole with Lock 'n' Strain Lid.

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