My elder son – he cooks as John Kabys – had a movable holiday. So we had a lot of time to modify the recipe from page 30 of the Essential Pasta Cookbook, Spaghetti with herbs and tomatoes for Ruth’s Presto Pasta Nights.
The homemade pasta recipe is always the same: 300 grams flour, 3 eggs size M and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Place eggs, flour and salt in mixer bowl. Attach bowl and flat beater. Turn to speed 2 and mix until crumbly. To test for correct dough consistency, pinch a small amount of dough together after mixing with the flat beater. If the dough stays together without sticking your fingers, it should work well. Remove dough from bowl and knead by hand for 1 or 2 minutes. Divide dough into 5 pieces before processing with the roller attachment. Roll out pasta and cut into into desired shape. While John Kabys was shaping and cooking the pasta, I made the sauce and both came together to
Tagliatelle with herbs and tomatoes
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|Title:||Tagliatelle with herbs and tomatoes|
|2||cloves||Garlic, finely chopped|
|30||grams||Fresh herbs like basil, parsley, thyme, finely|
|250||grams||Cherry tomatoes, halved|
|30||grams||Parmesan, freshly chopped plus for serving|
|*||Das große Pasta Kochbuch *
|Edited *RK* 01/28/2008 by|
1. Fry bread crumbs in 1 tablespoon oil until golden. Remove from pan and set aside.
2. Cook tagliatelle until al dente, drain.
3. Heat 2 tablespoon olive oil in a saucepan and cook garlic until soft.
4. Add remaining oil, the herbs, walnuts and parmesan cheese. Add the pasta, mix well and reheat for 1 to 2 minutes. Serve with bread crumbs and parmesan.
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Ulrike, this pasta dish screams of fresh! I can’t wait for summer and fresh garden herbs.
Thyme for Cooking, the Blog
Looks great, Ulrike. I love adding walnuts to food… they are so good for us. Plus I have a very prolific tree…
I hope I get a good crop of cherry tomatoes this year!
What a perfect combo! Thanks for sharing with Presto Pasta Nights. I always look forward to your dishes.