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Ingredients

How to make it

  • Dump the flour in the middle of a large wooden board.
  • Make a well in the center of the mound and crack eggs into it.
  • With a fork, beat the eggs together and start to incorporate flour bit by bit, starting with the inner rim of the well.
  • Dough will begin to come together.
  • Start kneading dough on the board for a good 10 minutes, lightly dusting with flour along the way. Dough should be elastic and sticky. Wrap this in plastic wrap and let rest for 30 minutes for using.
  • Roll and cut by hand or with a pasta machine.
  • Let dry before cooking.

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  • joriker26 3 years ago
    jehan60188: I cook for one also and you can make all the noodles and dry them to use later. I store dried ones in a foodsaver bag. I also know people who freeze them just like you would find in the grocery freezer. Hope this helps.
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  • mam50 4 years ago
    I like to try and make my dishes from scratch the best I can. I have never really tried making my own pasta. Thanks for the tips
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  • swatez 4 years ago
    Trying this today....I can't wait..thank you
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  • jehan60188 6 years ago
    how long can a portion of the uncooked dough be stored? I live alone- so i cook for one. This recipe make quite a large portion, and it would be nice if i could freeze/refrigerate individual balls, then roll/cut them as i want...
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    " It was excellent "
    jcarl71 ate it and said...
    This sounds like fun...

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  • princessp 7 years ago
    This is great! I've always wanted to try this. Thanks
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