Pizza Hut no longer only serves up pizzas. With the introduction of its Tuscani pastas, Pizza Hut has also gone into the business of making and delivering pasta. Pizza Hut currently has two pasta offerings, Meaty Marinara and Creamy Chicken Alfredo. Tuscani pastas are delivered in large aluminium pans; one pan serves six. If you can't finish all the pasta at one time, Pizza Hut's pastas can be easily reheated and enjoyed the next day.
Preheat the oven to 176 degrees C. For smaller quantities of pasta, you can use a toaster oven if you prefer.
Remove the desired quantity of pasta from the aluminium pan and place it in an oven-safe pan or bowl. Do not cover.
Spread the pasta into a thin layer. This will encourage the pasta to cook and crisp evenly and quickly.
Bake the pasta for 10 minutes. Check on the pasta frequently. If your pasta is not spread in a very thin layer, stir the pasta once during cooking to evenly distribute the heat.
To reheat the entire tray of pasta, leave it in the aluminium tray and spread the pasta thinly across the tray.