It is fascinating to watch Italians making spaghetti. You can buy a special tool that turns the pasta, a pastry mix that you prepare with a rolling pin, into the long worms that will be your spaghetti. The pasta is fed through this tool and it extrudes into the ribbons, which are then carefully laid over a rack to dry.
Once dried sufficiently, it is thrown into a large vessel of boiling water for a few minutes, drained thoroughly, then served with sauce or merely butter.
Spaghetti is a simply, hearty and inexpesive thing that you can make a lot of meals out of. Spaghetti can be paired with meat balls or meat sauce for a tasty meal. It can also be used to create a casserale type dish called baked spaghetti or it can be put in chilli of you so desire. There are many recipes that use spaghetti as one of the main components. To simply cook the spaghetti itself, you should bring a medium sized pot of water to boiling. If you'd like you can put some salt in the water to prevent the spaghetti from sticking to the insides of the pan as it cooks.
When the water is boiling it is reading to put the spaghetti in. Some people leave the spaghetti whole and others break it in half. Cook the spaghetti until it was reached a soft state. To be sure that its done test one noodle. You can do a taste test or some people try slinging one noodle against the wall to see if it sticks or not. Drain the spaghetti and then add whatever other ingredients you are adding.