September 25, 2020

Fasta Pasta The Microwave Cooker Report and Comparison

This is a review of Fasta Pasta The Microwave Cooker. Enjoy!

  • Perfect al dente pasta everytime
  • Saves time, energy and water
  • No boil over
  • Cooks evenly without sticking
  • Made in USA

No waiting for a big pot of water to boil. Cook pasta to al dente perfection in the microwave! Saves time, energy and water. Use with spaghetti, fettuccini, macaroni, lasagna noodles, rotini and more. Will not boil over. Cooks evenly without sticking. Great for dormitory, motorhome, boat or cabin. Dishwasher safe. FDA approved microwaveable material. Made in the USA Read the full review here…

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  1. 238 of 244 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    As Good As Advertised — Cooks Pasta Perfectly, July 26, 2008
    By 
    George Miller
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    I’ve been boiling various pasta noodles, at least twice a week, for over 25 years. When I first saw the FASTA PASTA microwave cooker internet demo video, I was a bit skeptical but interested enough to purchase the product from Amazon.com. After using the product three times, I can honestly say that it not only cooks pasta very fast but better, with less mess and energy, than pot boiling the noodles. Just follow the simple instructions and you will have perfectly cooked pasta without having to check it while cooking for readiness. I wish that this product had been invented years ago. My ONLY minor negative comments: 1. FASTA PASTA can only cook up to four pasta servings at one time, which makes its use for a large group impracticle. 2. The water measurement lines are a bit difficult to see when water and pasta is added to the cooker. Adding color to these lines would make them easier to see.

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  2. 143 of 146 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Recommended, September 10, 2008
    By 
    Spyce
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    After looking at the Pasta n More reviews, which were average, I decided against getting that one, plus I didn’t like those dorky looking handles, and I didn’t want all those pieces. I saw this one and was swayed by the compact size, and it’s actually made in the USA. The Fasta Pasta is slender enough to tuck on a pantry shelf or in a cabinet without sacrificing a lot of space, and it isn’t flimsy.

    The cooker holds enough pasta for 4 servings, which in most cases will be fine for me. I decided to make macaroni and cheese using 4 cups of water and 2 cups of elbow macaroni, which according to the pasta chart is 4 servings. I started the macaroni before I started making the cheese sauce, and the pasta was done before I finished the sauce! What a timesaver. The user guide suggests a cooking time of 10 minutes for macaroni and that’s what I used. The pasta was al dente and just right for my baked macaroni and cheese. It says in the product description that you don’t have to stir, but that’s not the case. The pasta cooking chart instructions say to stir midway through the cooking time for hollow shaped pastas like macaroni and penne.

    The cooker is easy to use and being able to strain and rinse the pasta in the same bowl is a plus. Just add the pasta to the bowl, and the appropriate amount of water, and pop it in the microwave. It doesn’t get any easier than this. The bowl has markings on it to indicate the amount of water to be used for various pasta servings sizes which are included on the pasta cooking chart. The lid/strainer is only used when measuring pasta like spaghetti and when straining, and it has handles on it to assist with removing the bowl from the microwave and when straining. The lid should not be used while boiling the pasta as this causes the water to boil over. The user guide indicates that the Fasta Pasta is dishwasher safe.

    The cooker comes with a user guide, which is just a single sheet of paper with step by step photo’s, and a recipe guide that has a few recipes. I ordered the Fasta Pasta Cookbook with mine. Fasta Pasta Cookbook I’m not a fan of cooking in the microwave, but I will make an exception with the Fasta Pasta. This is a worthwhile product that performs as claimed and will get a lot of use in my kitchen!

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