Cooking Pasta with your Appetite Automatic Pap Maker
Jun 09, 2023by Antoinette Bell
Cooking pasta in the Appetite Automatic Pap Maker is a convenient way to prepare a delicious meal without using multiple pots and pans. Here's how you can make pasta with the manual function:
250g of pasta (varies)
Sufficient water to cook the pasta
1 tablespoon of salt
1 tablespoon of olive oil
Remove the lid from the pap maker and take out the stirrer from the lid.
Start by adding enough water to the Automatic Pap Maker's inner pot to ensure that the pasta has room to cook and doesn't stick together.
Add 1 tablespoon of salt and 1 tablespoon of olive oil to the inner pot.
Turn on the Automatic Pap Maker and press the "Manual" button, then press OK. The timer is automatically set to 2 hours.
Adjust the heat level using the "+" and "-" keys. Set it to 1000 to bring the water to a boil.
Once the water is boiling, add the pasta to the inner pot, ensuring that all the pasta is submerged in the water.
Occasionally stir the pasta to prevent it from sticking together. If necessary, reduce the heat level using the "+" and "-" keys. Refer to the table below for the different heat levels and their functions.
Cook the pasta for 8-10 minutes or until it's al dente. The exact cooking time may vary depending on the type of pasta you're using. Use the timer to keep track of the cooking time.
Once the pasta is cooked, turn off the multi cooker and drain the water.
Serve the pasta with your preferred sauce and toppings.
The Manual Function - Different Heat Levels and Their Functions:
Keep warm / Low Temp Sous Vide Mode (45C – 50C)
Slow Cooking "Low" setting / High Temp Sous Vide Mode