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Celebrate with us the World Pasta Day

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You hear Pasta, what do you think?

Everybody thinks that pasta means “Italy”.

Indeed, it’s a basic staple of Italian cooking and much more. Pasta could be considered a global food. It is consumed in all five continents and having unquestionable merits.

First of all, pasta is very low in sodium and cholesterol-free. Per cup, enriched varieties provide a good source of several essential nutrients, including iron and several B-vitamins. Whole wheat pasta can provide up to 25% of daily fiber requirements in every one cup portion.

It’s appropriate for a dynamic and healthy life style capable of meeting both primary food requirements and those of high-level gastronomy.
Indeed, Italian Pasta is extremely versatile. So, it’s perfect to be the main ingredient of your food business. That’s why we have designed a special line of vehicles dedicated to pasta.

Our pasta carts and trucks are set up with every equipment you need. For example, you can choose to have one or more induction plates, electric pasta cooker, steel refrigerated drawer and water bath saladette.

The best equipment and vintage design are two of the reasons that permit us to collaborate with International brand like Giovanni Rana.

 

According the spirit of World Pasta Day we want to give you some cooking tips:

  1. Boil 4 to 6 quarts of water for each pound of dry pasta. (You can divide this recipe depending on how much pasta you are cooking.) To add flavor and reduce stickiness, add salt to boiling water.
  2. Add the pasta with a stir and return the water to a boil.
  3. Stir the pasta occasionally during cooking.
  4. Follow the package directions for cooking times. If the pasta is to be used as part of a dish that requires further cooking, undercook the pasta by 1/3 of the cooking time specified on the package.
  5. Taste the pasta to determine if it is done. Perfectly cooked pasta should be “al dente,” or firm to the bite, yet cooked through.
  6. Drain pasta immediately and follow the rest of the recipe.

Bon Appetit!