According to Betty Crocker, spaghetti noodles require eight to ten minutes to cook. Cooking times are based on an al dente preference, or slightly under-cooked texture. More »

Cooking spaghetti in multiple pots and preparing the noodles before the event help make the process easier when making spaghetti for a crowd. If available, use two to four pots of boiling water to cook as much spaghetti ... More »

About 10 pounds of spaghetti or any kind of pasta are needed to feed 80 people. However, this estimate is based on the average serving per person and could be low or high depending on individual appetites. More »

Dried spaghetti noodles need to cook in a pot of boiling water for 8 to 10 minutes, or until they are al dente. Fresh pasta cooks more quickly and only requires 1 to 3 minutes in boiling water. More »

Ramen noodles are often cooked on the stovetop. However, the noodles can easily be prepared in the microwave as well. More »

One of the best ways to cook lasagna is using no-boil noodles, according to the culinary website Epicurious.com. Other tips include using Italian sausage in the sauce and fresh mozzarella cheese. More »

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A fast and easy tuna noodle casserole calls for combining cream of mushroom soup, noodles, peas, and tuna in a casserole dish and baking it at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes. Pimentos or a breadcrumb topping are o... More »

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