When it begins to simmer/boil/bubble, it's probably hot.
Take a spoon and put it in the sauce. Remove the spoon and insert
it in your mouth. Is it hot? If so, the sauce is hot. If not,
Seriously, it should only take a few minutes, dependent
on how high you have the burner. Too hot will scorch the sauce.
One to three days
It depends on how hot you heat it (:
That depends on 1 what the liquid was and 2 how much heat you are putting onto it.
Up To 3-4 days of a constant 90+ degrees.
Roughly [8 and 1/3] minutes.
i would say about a week.
You can precook the spaghetti and store it in coils in the refrigerator. Precook the sauce and store. When you want to serve take the spaghetti out and pour hot water over the precooked pasta. Heat the sauce in the microwave. You can also mix the two together, put it in a pan, sprinkle cheese on top and bake. Served as baked spaghetti. This is what I do with my leftover spaghetti and it is quite good.
It would take roughly 150 16oz cans of spaghetti sauce to feed 300 people. If it is a main course, then there should probably be more cans of pasta sauce on hand. The sauce will not be filling enough with just 150 cans.
Basically all you did was rinse your spaghetti after you cooked it. You removed the starch which makes the sauce stick. When you do this the pasta becomes waxy and the sauce will run off. Contrary to popular reading, I quit rinsing my pasta after cooking, with the exception of elbow noodles. If you overcook your pasta, you're not allowing it to absorb that last bit of moisture out of the sauce. Best way to avoid watery sauce is to take your pasta out of the boiling water when it is not completely cooked (this is called "al dente"), then, without rinsing it, finish your pasta in the hot sauce until you reach the apropriate doneness.
Because when you are cooking sauce it's thicker then water so it takes longer to heat.
first you buy spaghetti noodles at the store then you buy spaghetti suace then you go home and filla pot with the noodles then you pour water in the pot until the noodles are completely covered then you boil them until they are soft last, you put thm on a plate/bowl pour sauce on it and put whatever veggies you have in it stir it then viola!
It takes three years.
Spaghetti takes about 10 minutes to cook as long as you bring the water to the boil before you add it to hot water.
I think that it takes about 1-2 minute to cool but I am not sure...
Once opened, tomato-based sauces are only good for five days to a week. Don't wait for the mold to form. In many cases, you won't see the mold in the sauce after five days, but it actually could be there. Some mold produce toxins that can be harmful, so why take the risk? Mold grows in very wet environments. What promotes the mold is the high moisture content. No amount of cooking will kill the toxins. So, to be safe, you need to throw it away.
To make butter sauce for lobster, take some butter and melt in a skillet over low heat. From there, add some fresh garlic, salt and pepper.
Just go buy some at any store and buy like about 5-25 cans of spaghetti sauce. Well it depends on how much it cost. It also depends if you have to make it homemade or not. If not then take my idea then. Mostly you would find the cheapest one on Kroger or Wal-Mart. Well I hope I help a lot thank you for asking me questions.