A FOOD INFLUENCER demonstrated how to make pasta using an air fryer and it's so simple and cheap.

Laura Nightingale, who shares her cooking tips on Instagram as @cakeontherun, uploaded a step by step video of herself making a comforting bowl of tomato pasta.

The straight forward recipe can be done using the fashionable air fryer.

All you need to recreate the recipe; 100g of pasta, boiling water to cover, a pasta sauce and some cheese (some would say the cheese is optional but I'm not one of them).

To kick things off Laura placed dry pasta and water into the bottom of her air fryer – being careful to remove the grill bit first,

She said you could also cook the pasta in a shallow ovenproof dish.

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The influencer said: "Make sure all the pasta is covered otherwise the tops will go crisp."

Next she said to cook the pasta on 200oC for 15 minutes or until soft.

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The foodie suggested checking the pasta after 10 minutes as some air fryers will get the job done quicker.

Finally she said: "Drain the water and then stir in your favourite sauce."

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Fellow foodies were quick to comment on the new method to prepare a classic dish.

One person asked: "What setting did u have your airfyer on ie bake?"

To which the influencer replied: "On air fryer mode."

One person said: "That looks delicious."

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While others said: "Yum" and "Wow!"

But a few felt that as the water had to be already boiled, it may not be cheaper than just cooking the pasta on the hob.

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