Bethenny Frankel Schooled Us on How to Properly Put Sauce on Pasta

Bethenny Frankel Schooled Us on How to Properly Put Sauce on Pasta

The Real Housewives of New York City mogul's tip also applies to chicken salad. 

By Jenny Berg
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Bethenny Frankel was in the midst of preparing spaghetti squash when she delivered a priceless tip for any foodies that were following her. After hearing what The Real Housewives of New York City mogul had to say about sauce application, we're going to have to rethink the entire process. Here's what we learned: 

While mixing vegan pesto in her freshly baked, still-piping-hot squash, Bethenny mused, "I suggest that you put your sauce or whatever you're doing in while [the base is] warm because it absorbs. Same thing if you ever make chicken salad: It should be warm when you put the mayonnaise in, or whatever, salt and pepper, because it really sort of infuses." 

Meanwhile, Bethenny's not the only one in her household who's something of a sauce savant. Her daughter Bryn recently had some precocious thoughts on the ideal ratio of sauce per noodle.

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