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Munir Slaiman Professor Tate English 101 13 June 2000 Cooking a good dinner Spaghettis Most people think that cooking is just a necessity but what they dont realize is that cooking is more like an art Although spaghettis are so easy to prepare with a pre-cooked sauce is not that healthy as preparing it naturally There are two different kinds of spaghettis with tomatoes sauce and the called carbonara white sauce To make good spaghettis with tomatoes sauce youll need some appliances like a blender pan and two pots And also need the ingredients that itll be 10 ripe tomatoes sugar salt water basil oregano black pepper and of course spaghettis After having all the ingredients put some water to boil in the two different pots one with salt in it When the water begins to boil throw the spaghettis inside the pot with salt The spaghettis inside the pot with salt will only last 10 minutes to be cooked so you will have to hurry up with the sauce In the other pot with boiling water put the tomatoes This is done so that the tomatoes loose their skin Once the tomatoes loose their skin cut them in four pieces and put the in the blender Add sugar to the tomatoes in the blender to lower the acid -be careful with the sugar dont put to much in it or it can get too sweet Then add some salt like a coffee spoon add basil oregano and black pepper Blend all together after the tomatoes are all crushed add some water so that the sauce wont get thick Put it in the pan and reheat in low fire Add salt as your preference Meanwhile check the spaghettis take out one noodle and throw it to the roof if it sticks the spaghettis are ready if not let it boil for 2 more minutes Be careful if the spaghettis get too
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