For short pastas and egg noodles, like elbow macaroni, shells, spirals, wagon wheels, ziti, etc., 2 ounces uncooked is roughly equal to 1/2 cup dry and about 1 cup cooked (Larger, bulkier shapes such as bowties, penne rigate, rigatoni, and wide noodles may yield more, while smaller shapes such as Stars or Alphabets may
Similarly, how much water do you need to cook pasta?
The standard method for cooking pasta, found in Italian cookbooks and on pasta packages, is to heat to a rolling boil 4 to 6 quarts of well-salted water per pound of pasta.
How many cups is 16 ounces of pasta?
|Type of Pasta||Uncooked Amount||Cooked Amount|
|Elbow Macaroni||2 cups/8 oz.||4 cups|
|Fettuccine||8 oz.||3-1/4 cups|
|Linguine||8 oz.||4 cups|
|Medium Shell||3 cups/8 oz.||4 cups|
How much water do you use for 500g of pasta?
Cook pasta in an abundant quantity of water, which means more than you'd ever imagined. One and a half gallons of water is about right for 1 pound (500g) pasta. Add a good quantity of salt to the water, for without salt, the pasta will taste bland. I recommend 2 shy tablespoons coarse sea salt to 1 1/2 gallons water.