How to cook SPAGHETTI

čas přidán 10. 01. 2023

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  • These guys really take “upsetti without spaghetti” to another level.

  • I always use my standard nonstick pan if I just make spaghetti for myself. You can use very little water, drain most of it by just holding the spaghetti with kitchen tongues and boil of some of the left over water before adding your sauce. That way you get your starchy water super reduced and if you're making something like caccio e pepe you only need one pan. You'll still need a second pan if you want to fry up some garlic or boil your tomato sauce before, but pan is the best for smaller servings of long pasta IMO

  • Being an Italian myself seeing him break the pasta sent chills down my spine.

  • I always cooked it the correct way without knowing it was the Italian way for so many years of my life because it made sense

  • I think one of my grand-grand-grandparents was Italian 🤣 I love spaghetti and cook it the right way 👍🏻😄

  • HOW DID MATTEO STILL SMILE AFTER BREAKING THE PASTA?!!!😭😭😭

  • I love how even in this video, you can *see* that it's obviously way worse than breaking it in half. Requires much more active attention to slowly, awkwardly scoot the half-cooked pasta into the water... and half your pasta cooks longer than the other half! Don't be a sheep! Follow the evidence of your own eyes! Break your pasta into a shape that fit in the cooking pan!

  • Finally someone who doesn’t hurt my soul by cooking pasta wrong “I’m Italian”

  • Gracias a ustedes ahora hago bien la pasta :)

  • Sou brasileiro e descendente de italiano e sei que é um pecado quebrar o espaguete 😤😂

  • Eu já fiz do primeiro jeito, ficou ótimo

  • Thank you now I can cook spaghetti in the correct way.🙏

  • Even me, a non Italian person seeing spaghetti breaking makes my heart break

  • My mother makes spaghetti in a big pot and i eat like half of it Love spaghetti so much ❤

  • I don’t get how Matteo was able to smile after breaking the spaghetti. I’d be in tears

  • Não sou italiana de nascença, mas sou na alma. Sempre dói no meu coração quando vejo alguém quebrando o espaguete! Dou um troço quando minha avózinha faz kkkk🤯🥺

  • I'm not Italian. But NEVER! NEVER break pasta in half. If you do your a demon.

    • Damn im a demon then 🤗

    • WHYYY I CANT BREAK IT? IF I DONT BREAK IT WILL UNCOOKED

    • Why would you care?

    • You're

    • @•Lx_vi• no. There is no "oop" if you brake it your a demon.

  • As a person who cooks pasta like this.. I never new it was the correct way

  • My family told me that the second on is the best, You save a lot of time, I always do it that way.

  • Wait… did Matteo just…. Break spaghetti? Oh no, the apocalypse has begun!

  • Breaking the spaghetti is like mushing up the lasagna before you eat it.

  • Yeah, when I was a freshman in college I tried the "correct" method here and the flame reached around the side of the pot and caught the spaghetti on fire. I will break spaghetti every time and do it with pride.

  • As my mom's a greek, she does it THE ITALIAN WAY. EVEN IF SHES NOT ITALIAN.

  • I'm Italian and I break spaghetti in two! Everytime I do that I feel like Ivan Drago! 🤣 🤣 🤣

  • As a non Italian I can also confirm the last one is the way to do it

    • as a person who can cook, you need a bigger pan for spagetthi lol

  • Как он мог сломать спагетти??? 😱 Я начинаю сомневаться в том, что это настоящий итальянец... -_-

  • I cant imagine the pain he must have felt when he broke the spaghetti

  • 3d one was also wrong! You twist them in the middle and drop vertically in the middle of the pan. they spread out evenly around and sink down with minimal help and are perfectly oriented in water

  • Honestly I'm surprised more people never thought of doing this with spaghetti. Like you're not gonna mess it up if the top doesn't go into the water at the same time as the bottom.

  • you guys just got onto Italy’s hit list for breaking spaghetti

    • @darkpoliceplayz dump Oh Thank god, I was little scared.

    • @Zantique CHM im not italein

    • I'm still Gonna break them. Fight Me.

    • they sell short pasta if you can't handle the length....

  • Me, a Nigerian, breaking spaghetti for a living 😂

  • I'm not Italian, but this is how I cook spaghetti 🤤

  • In case any non Italian is wandering yes, the really small pot is to prove a point :D

  • My half Italian stepdad taught us the right way to both cook and eat pasta 😂 good times

  • That's what I try to tell my mom, but when I use a small pot, she makes me break it anyway :(

  • Even I’m not from Italy I still do it the right way

  • This is how you make pasta. Whenever someone cuts it in half, they are not a real Italian. Good job 👌

  • Wait a minute, wouldn't one part of the spaghetti be softer than the other if it has to get soft to be fully submerged in the water?

  • for us Italians knowing how to make pasta is an art

    • Si

    • I thought it was complaing about everything not being authentic.

    • don't look at my nickname 😄

    • @Keiran Marley yeah nobody said that, please go let pasta offend you somewhere else lmao

    • @Topann it's cringe when you act like making Italian food is like sending a rocket to space.

  • I’m definitely the last one, I would never break my spaghetti!

  • I must convince my dad to no longer break spaghetti (we’re American)

    • My dad does it always and that's why i never eat his spaghetti pasta when I'm not in the kitchen

    • @BearManPiggy thanks

    • (We're American*)

    • P9oopppgigvv ve ekspertiz bilgileri verdi perde 🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠💵💵🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🍒🎠🎠🎠🎠🍒🍒🎠🍒🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠🎠

  • dont remember the ketchup bottle, it makes it so that the spaghetti is a lot smoother and cooks better. Happy eating!

  • THAT'S HOW I DO IT!! i sometimes put the fire on too high and burn the dry spaghetti though

  • Thank you so much for this video . I always thought that I had to put the spaghetti next to the pan

  • Me when I Cook spaghetti în a small pot : OH MY GOD WHY IS IT NOT FITTING IN THE POT me when I saw this video when I was cooking : oh my god THATS 💫genious💫

  • My mother, a master: moisturise the spaghetti in bigger container using warm water first before cooking

  • I sadly live in a reality where neither of my parents want to keep their spaghetti whole and neither does my brother.....so im always sad when i eat spaghetto

  • Exactly how we do it at home. And how it shall be done

  • "Don't forget the pasta gods are always watching" 🙂

  • I do the twist technique and only stear once the pasta slowly starts to sink in.

  • I'm Italian and I use the second method or I boil them in the microwave lol

  • choose how much spaghetti you want and then hold it vertical in the center of the pot and let it go, don't touch, it will make a ring in the water without you interfering with it

  • me seeing everyone say ''dont break your apaghetti'' yet my family is over here breaking it in half for more portion

  • Glad to know that I do it the right way :D

  • algo que nos enseñaron bien a los argentinos los italianos es a saber cómo poner bien la pasta no va ni rota ni así nomás va bien puesta

  • Wow I’ve been doing it right my whole life I must be Italian

  • Not gonna lie, I was expecting a slap when Matteo broke the spaghetti.

  • Matteo was clearly holding back tears 😂

  • Having an Italian person break the spaghetti is worse than watching an American doing it

  • YES THE ITALIANS GET IT THEY ARE SMART

  • The second guy sacrificed his whole dignity so he could teach the people what not to do, he will be remembered.

  • Brazilians (except São Paulo): break the pasta 👌

  • "Matteo smiling after he broke the spaghetti" Me: He actually smiled after breaking his favourite food 😂😂😂😂

  • Breaking pasta is fine here.... Source had homemade spaghetti cooked by an 70 year old Italian grandma in the exact same situation

  • I'm not Italian but i get when people break the spaghetti noodles 😭

  • Wow thanks now I know how too cook noodles lmao

  • As an American I broke the law of cracking the spaghetti in half

  • Just staring deadpan into the camera like; "It's really not that hard."

  • I'm breaking those noodles! The end results will be the same Lol

  • this is how mama used to cook my spaghetti

  • This is how I do it but my brother always breaks it🥲

  • Never let them know your next move, takes the tallest pot I can find

  • If you apply for a visa in Italy you need to know this😆

  • I thought everyone know how to cook it like the last one

  • They make spaghetti that's dried in a U shape rather than straight so it's easier to get in to the pot.

  • also twist the bunch of spaghetti in opposite directions from the top and the bottom and drop in the pot for more even dispersion.

  • I'm not Italian so I can break spaghetti two pices and it's really convinient

  • Ha ha ha! In Indonesia, how to cook spaghetti is like the second cooking method

  • Matteo feeling when break the spaghetti 🥲🥲🥲

  • Matteo in his head: i break spaghetti now i regretti 🤣🤣

  • NEVER BREAK YOUR SPAGHETTI

    • @Italian Country Ball that 21 inch long spaghetti tho

    • @hamnidads it softens while it’s long in the pot, and all falls in

    • @Da Videogamer it gets too short, and there’s no point to break it, some responses I get is “oh but then it sticks out the pot when you don’t break it”you just wait for it to soften and then it all falls in the pot

    • not a single person said why we shouldnt break it, yup its just a meme.

    • italians dont like it

  • Can someone explain to me why it's such a sin to break the spaghetti? I'm not Italian so I don't really understand why all the comments are in an uproar over it.

  • You can buy pot size spaghetti in the US, pre-broken. 😅

  • *Casually breaks the Spaghetti into multiple pieces, and eats it raw like Chips with the sauce*

  • Breaking the spaghetti is like mushing up the lasagna before you eat it.

  • Omg i always done it like that :0 Im german but the italian name actually work-ke… d-d *transforms into Pizza*

  • The funny thing is my mom literally thought me to put it in that way don't break the pasta and im from Philippines🇵🇭

  • I love Italians🇮🇹🍝🍕

  • I'm not italian, but i have never broke spaghetti, oh wait, i'm argentinian, it makes sense

  • It’s still weird to me that people break spaghetti noodles I’m not even Italian I’m African-American but it’s so weird to see my dad’s snap them in half because I have this weird obsession with pasta and I know that’s not how it’s supposed to be cooked 💀

  • number 2 would have been right if you just cracked them down so the small cracks go into the pan. the last way creates unevenly cooked pasta! but the smartest person in the world (me) would crack the pasta still in the box creating a less mess. or you could get a pot that fits your pasta.

  • They fr had to realize that you need to just put non broken spaghetti in a pot to cook it.

  • In my country we break it in half cause it’s too long!

  • I was expecting a flying hand when he broke it in two

  • They say how to do it. But for how long should you cook it. Thats the real question.

  • The post right above this one featured a person BREAKING the pasta in half so seeing this video right after is hilarious 😂

  • Bro honestly I'm Italian and i break the spaghetti a lot, like when I have a small pot like yours i don't have time to wait for the spaghetti to go down. Moreover, it's useless, it doesn't change the taste. The only thing that changes is that you won't be able to "arrotolare con la forchetta" the spaghetti. If i cook for like 4 people then yes, i use a big pot then yes i don't break them, but if I'm alone and only have like 80 to 100g of pasta it's totally fine to brake them. A lot of people I know this and we are all Italians living in Italy. Stop spreading stereotypes please

  • Matteo breaking the Spaghetti. His Mom be like: You will never leave your mischief, am coming to whoop your ass. 😑😑😑

  • When people break pasta Italians be like: 😮😢 Coming from an Italian

  • YESSS FINALLY MY DAD BREAKS IT