At Maruzza Fine Foods, we can produce a range of pasta near me, including frozen pasta, wholesale pasta and ready-to-eat dishes. If you prefer to cook your pasta yourself, you can purchase pasta online and get bulk pasta delivered to your door to cook as you please. To ensure your Sydney pasta has excellent texture, read our key steps for cooking your pasta perfectly… because nobody wants soggy, crunchy or clumpy pasta!
Knowing when the pasta is ready to be taken off the pot can be difficult. You should always taste a few strands/pieces to know if it is ready. Consider whether there is a springy bounce to the pasta and whether there is a little bit of resistance in the centre. Generally, you should try to take the pasta out of the pot when there is still a tiny bit of resistance and bounce. Nobody likes soggy/overcooked pasta, however the level of softness depends on your personal preference.
If your eyes are bigger than your belly, then you’ve probably been responsible for cooking too much pasta than what you can actually eat. To make sure your pasta Sydney doesn’t go to waste, you can save the pasta and store it in your refrigerator as leftovers. When heating the pasta back up the next day, there are several different ways you can do the reheating.