How to make it

  • Mix everything together
  • Work the dough for 15 minutes
  • Let it rest for at least 30 minutes in the fridge
  • Split the dough in 4 or 5 parts
  • Roll out a part as thin as you can.
  • Spread flour over and make a ball
  • Roll out again. Do this 4 or 5 times, until you can read the news paper through it.
  • You can cut Tagliatelle, Ravioli, etc. from this
  • Roll out every part of the dough.
  • Boil water and cook the pasta for 2-3 minutes.

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  • islaspirit 8 years ago
    Hey just found out I'm allergic to wheat and attempting to make my own corn pasta...with NO success. Your recipe says 500 g gluten free flour, can that be corn flour and then 100 grams maize flour which I understand Is corn flour? OR do have to you some other flour for the 500g like rice or soya or something else and then 100g of corn flour. Sorry for sounding stupid but I'm not willing to pay $4.00 for 500 grams of corn pasta in the store. Any advice is welcome. Thanks
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  • prince1001 9 years ago
    Peetabear, I use No Gluten flour from Revogan.
    I do not know if it works in a pasta machine. I use a roll but I'm curious to know. Please let us know if it does.
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    " It was excellent "
    peetabear ate it and said...
    what a wonderful recipe.. thank you..

    a couple of questions.... what gluten free flour do you use???

    and will this dough work in a pasta machine??
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  • yardsailor 9 years ago
    Looks easy, my grandson and I will have to give it a try, Thanks.
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