Question about Ace Hardware InSinkErator Badger 5, 1/2 HP Garbage Disposal
The trap in drain is likely plugged with pasta you can take pipes apart and clean out then reassemble. should do trick. first try putting ice cubes in disposle and chopping up this sharpens blades and may free up lodged pasta.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Jun 04, 2017 | Refrigerators
cooking pasta in my microwave as I don't have to wait for the water to come to
Put your pasta in a large bowl with lots of water and season. I cook my pasta for around 10 minutes and stir it half way through. Test one piece and if you want to cook it for longer just bung it back in.
Feb 20, 2013 | Cooking
In terms of
water to pasta ratio, you should use around 4-6 quarts of water for every pound
of dry pasta. Once the water has come to the boil add the pasta and then bring
it back to the boil. Add some salt, stir occasionally and follow the
instructions on the packet to find out how many minutes to cook it for.
Feb 20, 2013 | Cooking
common cause of water boiling over when you cook pasta is if you cook it with
the lid on the pot. Don't cover pasta fully with a lid. Either cook it uncovered
or if you are in a hurry to cook it quicker, just partially cover the pot.
Also make sure you don't overfill the pan with water as this is another cause of overboiling.
Jan 10, 2013 | Cooking
Mar 04, 2012 | Kitchen Appliances - Others
For elbow, bowtie, ziti, rotini, and penee
1 serving -1/2cup -water level at #1
2 servings -1 cup -water level at #1
3 servings - 1 1/2cups - water level 2
4 servings - 2 cups - water level at 4
6 servings - 3 cups - water level at 6
8 servings - 4 cups - water level at 8
cook times based on serving size ( serving size - minutes)
1 - 17
2 - 18
3 - 21
4 - 23
6 - 25
8 - 27
Stir macaroni once halfway through cooking for al dente; for softer pasta, cook several minutes longer.
and just because I couldn't find this online no matter how hard I tried:
For spaghetti, linguine, angel hair and fettuccini
1 serving - 1/2 the handle - water level 1
2 servings- 1 full handle - water level 2
3 servings- 1 1/2 handles - water level 3
4 servings- 2 full handles - water level 4
6 servings- 3 full handles - water level 6
8 servings- 4 full handles - water level 8
cook time servings/minutes
spaghetti - 1/13-14, 2/15-16, 3/16-18, 4/18-20, 6/20-22, 8/22
thin pasta-1/12-13, 2/13-14, 3/15-16, 4/17-18, 6/19-20, 8/21
angel hair- 1/11-12, 2/12-13, 3/13-14, 4/14-15, 6/15-16, 8/17
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