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Cooking Instructions
 

 

Cooking Instructions for Long Goods ( Linguini, Papardelle, Angel Hair Pasta and Fettuccini)

 

Unlike filled fresh pasta, long goods tend to get attached and pieced together, so these should be defrosted for about an hour before cooking.

1. For 1 to 2.5 lbs of long goods, bring 4 to 6 quarts of water to a full boil.

2. Season the water with salt to taste.

3. Separate the pasta before placing in the boiling water to avoid clumping.

4. Keep the pasta in the water for 4 to 6 minutes to taste

5. Drain the pasta and add your favorite sauce and Enjoy!

 

Cooking Instructions for Gnocchi

 

Our Gnocchi goes from bag to boiling water - no defrosting necessary.

1. For 1 to 2.5 lbs bring 4 to 6 quarts of water to a full rolling boil.

2. Place the Gnocchi in the boiling water.

3. Be careful not to over-stir and allow the water to come back to a boil but do not the water to boil to rapidly.

4. When the Gnocchi begins to float, let it cook for 1 to 1 and 1/2 minutes then drain and serve.

 

Cooking Instructions for Filled Pastas (Ravioli, Tortellini, Tortelloni and Agnolotti)

 

Our pasta is fresh frozen. This means that the Ravioli is frozen just seconds after being made. Therefore defrosting is not necessary and doing so will affect the taste and texture of the product. So take fresh pasta out of the bag and straight to boiling water!

1. For 1 to 2.5 lbs of pasta bring 4 to 6 quarts of water to a full rolling boil.

2. Season the water with salt to taste and slowly place the pasta in water.

3. Once the water starts to boil again slightly reduce the heat to keep the water from boiling to rapidly,   which can disrupt the pasta and it fillings.

4. Boil for 4 to 6 minutes to taste, stirring occasionally and gently, during the cooking period.

5. Slowly drain the pasta out of the water.

6. Enjoy!


Cooking Instructions for Bow Tie Pasta

 

Like our Ravioli, our bow tie pasta does NOT need to be defrosted.

1. Simply take up to 2.5 lbs of Bow Ties and place them in 4 to 6 quarts of boiling water.

2. Boil for 4 to 6 minutes stirring occasionally while cooking.

3. Drain and serve with your favorite sauce.

  

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