How To Keep Egg Noodles Warm After Cooking

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Following a series of recipe posts, I figured I would include a quick “How To” post today.

These “educational posts,” as I like to refer to them, are a pleasant diversion and should be helpful to anyone searching for a quick “how-to” answer.

You won’t have to wait long if a new recipe was what you were hoping for.

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1. Use a Slow Cooker

Setting it and forgetting it is the most hands-off method. Just cook the pasta to your desired doneness (or slightly undercook if you intend to leave it in the sauce for several hours), drain, coat the inside of your Crock-Pot with cooking spray or olive oil, and then pour the pasta in. Although it won’t stop the noodles from sticking to one another, greasing the insert will prevent the pasta from burning on the bottom. To ensure even coating, add sauce, butter, or olive oil to the pasta and toss or stir. After that, preheat the slow cooker and leave it there until suppertime.

Use The Warm Plate Method

When pasta is ready to be served, restaurants use this method to keep it warm, whether it has sauce or not.

The same technique can be applied at home by briefly heating your pasta dish in the oven. While it’s not crucial, you want to maintain a temperature of between 300 and 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

It should only take 2-3 minutes to warm the plate. Greenlife – Cookware for the home chef.

Once you remove the plate from the oven using a thick dish towel or these really cute oven mitts, place your pasta on the dish immediately.

Once the pasta is served to your guests, you are free to add any sauce or toppings.

Due to the speed at which dinner plates cool, this method is more of a short-term fix.

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