Don't Buy It, Until We Try It: Rapid Mac Cooker

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MINOT N.D. - Waiting for your favorite pasta to finish cooking can be a real drag, but Rapid Brands claims its Rapid Mac Cooker can cook your noodles in minutes. Minot Restaurant Supply helped test it out.

Rapid Brands claims the product is perfect for a single meal.

"It's for a one person deal, it's not going to work for two people. You know if you're a big guy like me, that may not be enough mac and cheese," said Dave Forthun, Minot Restaurant Supply Owner.

After stirring the noodles and microwaving them for another two minutes, the mac and cheese needed more cooking.

"Takes a little longer to do this pasta, I’m not saying everybody's pasta, but it seemed like the Dakota Growers we had to do an extra minute, minute ten," said Forthun.

Then it was time for a taste test.

Giving this product an al dente review.

"I'll give it a thumbs up for doing single orders, it'll work. It's way quicker," said Forthun.

The rapid mac cooker sells for about $13, and if you have any ideas for the next “Don't Buy It, Until We Try It’, send a message to Stephanie Rank on Facebook or email at Stephanie.rank@kmot.com