If it is freshly made pasta, then no, if it is dried pasta then boil it for about 6 minutes to half cook it, then add you meat/sauce etc. and finish it in the oven.
It doesn't work well that way. Get a large pot, half fill with hot water, then let it come to a boil . Now put your pasta in, cook for required time, then drain water off the pasta.
Pasta added to water before it starts to boil gets a heat start on mushiness. Pasta quickly begins to break down in tepid water as the starch dissolves. You need the intense heat of boiling water to "set" the outside of the pasta, which prevents the pasta from sticking together. That's why the fast boil is so important; the water temperature drops when you add the pasta, but if you have a fast boil, the water will still be hot enough for the pasta to cook properly. http://whatscookingamerica.net/Pasta_Rice_Main/pasta.htm
a pan, boiling water and pasta
you can buy ones that cook with the lasagna, but usually you need to pre boil them
Cook in a dutch oven. Do not need to boil lasagna noodles first.
It takes 6-12 minutes to cook pasta, depending on type. As chiefs sometimes say "cook al dente". This basically mean with a chewy texture. So you will need to take a piece of pasta and bite into it, look into the pasta grain and if their is small white powdery bits leave the pasta to cook longe6
You dont need stock cubes to make spaghetti... Boil water, add pasta, cook until it's the right texture for you, drain & eat
Official Guide Line Daily Amounts state that 1 serving of pasta is 100g, so in this case you would need 2kg.
Pasta is cooked relatively easily. To cook pasta, you'll need a tall pot, boiling water, and the dried pasta. Submerge the pasta and stir around for about 8 minutes or until tender to the bite, then drain and mix with your sauce.
Dried pasta has a better shelf life. It does not have to be refrigerated. You will have less waste as you cook as you need it.
Yes to cook dry pasta it should be boiled in plenty of salted water for the time indicated on the packet (usually 5 to 10 mins.) However some pasta (e.g. Lasagna) may be added to the dish dry as it will absorb moisture as the dish cooks. Also freshly made pasta will only need 2-3 mins boiling.