If you’ve ever tried to make a spiral vaccuum, you’ve probably come across some strange results.
A tube of something that looks like a sponge, but which in reality is a tube of spaghetti.
I’m here to tell you, the spiral tube worm is one of the most satisfying things you can make.
It’s actually a super simple recipe that will get you all the ingredients you need.
And you don’t even have to make any spaghetti at all.
I’ve shared a few spiral vaccurums on my blog before, so you should definitely check out my recipe for a spiced up spiral-filled lasagna.
The main difference here is that you don`t have to use the traditional spiral-shaped spaghetti noodle noodles, but instead you can use something completely different: the spiral tube noodles.
They come in all sorts of shapes, from the standard spaghetti noodles that come in plastic containers to the spiral tubes, which are a different kind of noodle.
You can make the tubes of spaghetti noodles yourself, or you can buy them at the grocery store.
I prefer buying them in the plastic containers, because the tubes are a bit more convenient.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to make them.
Step 1: Mix all the other ingredients in a bowl.
Step 2: Add the noodles to a large bowl.
Add the vinegar, salt, and pepper.
You’ll notice I’ve included a lot of red pepper flakes.
That`s because you want the noodles, which aren`t cooked, to be a little hotter.
Step 3: Heat the noodles on medium heat until they just start to turn brown.
Step 4: Turn the heat down a little, and you can start to see the noodles start to soften a little.
This step is called browning.
As the noodles cook, you should notice the browning of the outer layer of the noodles.
You want the outer noodles to brown evenly.
The browning should also start to reduce as the noodles absorb more water.
Step 5: Add more water and continue to brown the outer layers until the noodles turn golden brown.
This is the main stage of browning, where the noodles become very firm.
As they brown, they also start absorbing more liquid from the noodles so the noodles should be very soft.
Once the noodles are cooked, you want to let them cool slightly, but not fall off.
Once they are cool enough, you can take the outer shells out and cut them into pieces.
It doesn`t matter what shape they are, just make sure that they are not too thin.
Step 6: Heat a large pot on medium-high heat until the pasta starts to boil.
Step 7: Once the pasta has boiled for a few minutes, add the spaghetti and stir until the spaghetti is absorbed.
Step 8: Remove the spaghetti from the pot and discard any browned parts.
Now that the pasta is completely absorbed, you’re ready to add the noodles back into the pot.
Add enough water to cover the spaghetti, but don`s add more than a tablespoon.
After the noodles have absorbed all the water, they should have turned golden brown, which means they are ready to be added to the pasta.
Add enough pasta to cover all the noodles except the outer ones.
Step 9: Once all the pasta absorbs enough water, you’ll notice the noodles that are browned are beginning to form a tough crust.
This means that the noodles need to be cooked longer, and a longer cooking time will ensure that the crust will develop a more even texture.
Once the crust has formed, remove the noodles from the saucepan and add the rest of the ingredients.
This will keep the noodles at a consistent thickness, but it should also prevent the noodles being mushy.
It should take about 20 minutes for the pasta to reach the correct cooking temperature.
If the noodles aren` t cooked enough, they will brown too soon, and the crust won`t form a firm crust.
You can also cook the pasta at a lower temperature if you want it to cook in a more uniform manner.
To keep the crust from sticking to the bottom of the pan, you need to add water.
If the pasta takes longer to cook than it should, it should cook for a little longer than 20 minutes.
You should add enough water and let the pasta simmer for at least an hour to allow it to absorb more of the pasta water.
You also need to adjust the amount of salt and pepper to your liking.
Finally, drain off any excess water.
This is a good time to add a little more olive oil and salt.
If you have the patience, you could even add a few extra tablespoons of olive oil to the sauce, just to give the sauce a nice extra bit of flavor.
So there you have it,