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Aussie mum’s quick and easy one pot pasta recipe

The easiest dinner hack yet: The one-pot ‘lazy’ pasta foodies can’t get enough — and you don’t have to cook the spaghetti in a separate pot

  • A mom has revealed a simple hack to make delicious one-pot pasta
  • She just covers pasta in a pan of water and let it simmer
  • The woman said she often adds sauce, pesto, vegetables or herbs to the recipe
  • The hack was praised on social media by foodies who hate shedding


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One thrifty mom shared a one-pot, hassle-free pasta recipe to make dinner easy.

“I saw this recipe in a magazine a million years ago and have rarely strained pasta since then,” the Australian mother said in a post on a popular Facebook group.

The woman was inspired by a two-step recipe from Martha Stewart and said the hack will save you from washing a colander again.

An Australian mom shared a one-pot, hassle-free pasta recipe to make dinnertime easy

An Australian mom shared a one-pot, hassle-free pasta recipe to make dinnertime easy

She simply adds pasta, oil or butter and spices to a pan and just cover it with water.

Then she brings everything to a boil, lower the heat and let it simmer until all the liquid has boiled down.

She then tops with her favorite cheese before serving to finish.

The mother said you can adapt the recipe to your own taste by adding sauce or pesto, herbs and vegetables of your choice.

She said she just add pasta, oil or butter and seasonings to a pan and just cover it with water

She said she just add pasta, oil or butter and seasonings to a pan and just cover it with water

Then she brings everything to a boil, lower the heat and let it simmer until all the liquid has boiled down

Then she brings everything to a boil, lower the heat and let it simmer until all the liquid has boiled down

She said she just put pasta, oil or butter and spices in a pan and just cover it with water then she bring it all to a boil, lower the heat and let it simmer until all the liquid is reduced

The mother said you can adapt the recipe to your own taste by adding sauce or pesto, herbs and vegetables of your choice

The mother said you can adapt the recipe to your own taste by adding sauce or pesto, herbs and vegetables of your choice

The mother said you can adapt the recipe to your own taste by adding sauce or pesto, herbs and vegetables of your choice

Her post garnered dozens of likes and had impressed many foodies excited by the dish-saving hack.

“I love this because I hate washing shedding,” one user wrote.

“It hurts my wrists so much to squeeze pasta. I usually make it in the instant pot to avoid straining. Didn’t know I could try this way!’ noted another woman.

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