Fresh Homemade Tagliolini and Fettuccine Pasta

Delicious pasta made from scratch and cooked to perfection.
Making your own fresh pasta is a true labor of love and definitely worth the extra time it takes to make. Create this masterpiece together as a fun family meal and enjoy the delicious results!

2 Cups Durum Semolina Flour, 2 Cups Soft-Wheat Flour, 5 Eggs (Room Temperature), 2-4 TBSP Water, Marinara Sauce (see in previous post), Meatballs, Shaved Parmesan.

Additional Materials: Pasta Maker, Pasta Drying Rack, and Rolling Pin.

Makes 6-8 Servings

Add the dry ingredients to a mixing bowl.
Make a crater in the middle of the flour mixture.
Add the eggs and 2 TBSP of water.
Work the eggs and water into the flour with a fork.
When dough gains this consistency start to work together by hand to form a ball.
Split into two or more balls. Let rest for 20 mins.
Knead the dough by hand until the surface is no longer sticky, adding water or more flour until the right consistency is reached. It helps to roll the dough with a roller before running it through the pasta maker.
When ready, start the pasta making! Feed the dough sheet.
Take flat pasta and hang on a pasta drying rack until all dough has been used.
Run the pasta sheets through the other attachments.
For this project we used Tagliolini and…
Fettuccine…. cover pasta with a damp paper towel until ready to boil.
Fresh pasta only takes a few minutes to make so get your delicious marinara sauce, meatballs, or Italian Sausage ready!
Drop the pasta in boiling water infused with salt and a splash of olive oil. Cook to al dente about 3-5 minutes. Enjoy!

Copyright © 2020. Original Photography, Writing, Recipe Creation, and Post by Andrea Danielle Pistella

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