The “The Original Pasta Pot” Review & Shrimp Carbanara Recipe

This post is sponored by Bialetti and The Original Pasta Pot was provided to me for review purposely I have provided an honest review without bias.

The Original Pasta Pot has been featured in 2016 as one of Oprah’s Favorite Things. A cookware item I believe everyone should have in their possession to prepare delicious pasta dishes. Throw out that old strainer the Pasta Pot offers a 2 in 1 cook then drain convenience. The perfect gift for Mom this upcoming Mother’s Day! Make sure you enter the giveaway to win your very own Pasta Pot.The Pasta Pot is aluminum with a non-stick coat and heats up quickly. Yes, it is dishwasher safe, but I recommend you do not place it in the oven. Bialetti cookware is for all conventional stove tops which include electric, gas, ceramic and glass, not suitable for induction stoves. When using the Pasta Pot for cooking rice or pasta, it’s super easy to use just place whatever your cooking in the pan. Once it ready to drain twist and lock lid securely then tilt to strain.

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Bialetti recommends you follow recipes carefully during food preparation to ensure best cooking results. High heat should only be use when boiling only. Use Medium-High for frying, sautéing and searing. Low-temperature setting highly suggested for simmering and warming foods. Alway remember when using non-stick cookware do not use metal. I love how easy it to clean after cooking use a cloth nothing rough or aggressive and a little cleaning soap. Please do not use a brillo pad you can destroy the non-stick surface. I can spend my day bragging about how amazing the  Pasta Pot is, but honestly experience it for yourself and purchase one.

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This evening I prepared my favorite pasta “Shrimp Carbonara” in the Pasta Pot without using any other pans. My shrimp was cooked and marinated yesterday, so I just need to reheat them with my pasta once it cooked thoroughly. Here the fantastic recipe prepared in the Pasta Pot it turned out delicious:

Prep Time: 25min. Total Time: 25min. Servings 6 servings, 1 cup Each (Pasta Pot Qt.)

Ingredients
1/2 lb. spaghetti, uncooked
1/3 cup milk
1 tsp. garlic powder
1 tsp. dried Italian seasoning
1 lb. uncooked deveined peeled large shrimp
1/4 cup KRAFT Grated Parmesan Cheese

1. Cook spaghetti in large saucepan as directed on package, omitting salt. Meanwhile, cook and stir bacon in large skillet until crisp. Remove bacon from skillet with slotted spoon, reserving 1 Tbsp. Drippings in skillet. Drain bacon on paper towels.

2. Mix cream cheese spread, milk and seasonings until blended. Add shrimp to reserved bacon drippings in skillet; cook and stir on medium heat 5 min. or until shrimp turn pink. Stir in peas; cook 1 min. Add cream cheese mixture; cook and stir 3 min. or until heated through.

3. Drain spaghetti; return to pan. Add shrimp mixture and bacon; mix lightly. Top with Parmesan.

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58 thoughts on “The “The Original Pasta Pot” Review & Shrimp Carbanara Recipe

  1. Ummmm…this looks amazing and is so much better then me trying to use the lid to drain things or even a strainer. I NEED this NOW! My only other request is that you save me a plate….

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  2. I like my pasta simple. With lots of veggie chucks like zucchini, carrots, and peppers. A little tomato sauce seasoned with oregano. No cheese. No meat. What is not to love?

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