How to Dye Dry Pasta

My son’s teacher called me one afternoon and wanted to know if I could dye pasta for the class.  She had planned for them to make necklaces but was running out of time and needed some help.  She had no clue I was a blogger and things like this were so much fun for me to do and share about. I accepted the job of dying pasta and looked forward to trying it out.  I have dyed cooked noodles before, dry rice, dry beans, but never dry noodles.  I could not wait to try it out. 
 
 
How to Dye Dry Pasta


How to Dye Dry Pasta

How to Dye Dry Pasta

What we used:

rigatoni noodles

food coloring

vinegar

bowls and spoon

How to Dye Dry Pasta

What we did:

I poured vinegar and food coloring in bowls.  We then added the noodles.  My son mixed them up.  I then sat them to the side for about 10 minutes.

How to Dye Dry Pasta

I tried to make sure the noodles were covered well by the vinegar and food coloring.  Once they were through sitting, I drained them in a strainer.

How to Dye Dry Pasta

I had trays lined with paper towels.  I poured the noodles over onto them.  I left them there to dry for a day and a half.

How to Dye Dry Pasta

I just LOVED the fun colored noodles.  The only bad part was having to give them back to the school, lol.  I am glad the  kids will get to make fun necklaces.  However, I now must make more for us at home.  We could have a lot of fun with these dyed dry pasta.

How to Dye Dry Pasta
 
 
 
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