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Cook Pasta


The program attached to the recipe, makes the process easy and straightforward. No matter the quantity or type of pasta you cook.

This is a general recipe. So, you may have to press the forward button in the program, to adjust the program to the type of pasta you are cooking.

Fresh pasta that states 2 minutes on the package will obviously need to cook for less time than pasta that says 12 minutes on the package. Therefore, you need to remember to taste the pasta and decide for yourself if the pasta is the way you like it.



2 l Water

1 tbsp. Salt

250 gram Pasta


Heat the water

Add exactly 1.5 liters of water to the pot. Add salt and start the program.Always use 1.5 liters of water for this recipe, even if you change the number of portions and use more or less pasta.

Bringing to a boil

The first step in the program is to bring the water to a boil. Set the effect on your stove to the highest possible setting. It is important that you have poured exactly 1½ liter of water into the pot, as the program pumps as much power into the water as it possibly can. This way, the water comes to the boil as quickly as possible. If the water reaches a boil before the program is done, then just press the “continue” button in the program.

Add the pasta

Add the pasta to the water, while stirring to avoid it sticking together. If you are using dried spaghetti, make sure it is softened and bent into the water.

Cook the pasta

The pasta is now “simmering” without bubbles. The bubbles do nothing for the pasta, so it’s just a waste of electricity. The bubbles also create a risk of the water boiling over. Especially towards the end, when some of the starch has cooked out into the water, thickening it.You may want to stir a few times along the way, so the pasta doesn’t clump together. You can put a lid on while the pasta is cooking to save energy.

Keep warm

At this stage the pasta is kept warm without really cooking more. However, the pasta will become soft if left on this step for a prolonged period.


You can use as much or as little pasta as you like. Just make sure there is a few centimetres of water above the pasta.