Presto Pasta Night : Precooked homemade pasta


 
 
My pasta attachment arrived and we had to put it into service at once. I made the pictures and my son was working. You can see it in the slide show.
 
 

We wanted to use the pasta the next day, so we precooked the noodles, drained them, spread them on a baking sheet and mix them with oil. This allows the steam to escape quickly and the pasta stay firm to bite. While reheating in the sauce the pasta absorb the sauce and get more flavour. For me this is a very good way to prepare the pasta ahead without drying them.

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Title: Precooked Semolina Pasta – egg free
Categories: Pasta
Yield: 1 Recipe

Precooked homemade pasta

Ingredients

300 grams   Semolina flour
135 grams   Water
36 grams   Oil
1/2 teasp.   Salt
H FOR MIXING
2 tablesp.   Olive oil

Source

  modified
  Instructions Pastaset KitchenAid
  Edited *RK* 08/29/2007 by
  Ulrike Westphal

Directions

Place water, oil, 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 afer 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 tagliatelle.

Cook pasta in salted water for 3 minutes – they are very firm to bite – drain. Divide on a baking sheet mix with olive oil and let cool completely. Give in a closable container and keep in the fridge up to two days.

For using remove pasta from container and reheat in the sauce or stock.

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3 thoughts on “Presto Pasta Night : Precooked homemade pasta

  1. Ruth (Gast)

    Now I really AM jealous! Great looking pasta and the attachment is definitely on my wish list. Thanks for sharing with Presto Pasta Nights – and making us all envious.

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  2. katie (Gast)

    Thyme for Cooking
    You got a pasta attachement for your KitchenAid? I’m going to have to look into that. I would assume that the machines are all the same, mine’s about 8 years old…. Very pretty, I might add.

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