Homemade Semolina Pasta

Total Time
Prep 30 mins
Cook 2 mins

I like this recipe because it always turns out and it works real good with my Pasta Maker. You can also roll it out with a rolling pin.


  1. Beat the eggs in a medium size bowl with a fork.
  2. Mix in the salt.
  3. Add the pasta flour a little at a time, mixing well.
  4. Knead the dough 5 minutes.
  5. Wrap in wax paper and let it rest for 12 minutes.
  6. Then pass through your dough through a pasta machine or gently roll dough out as thin as you can on a floured surface with a rolling pin.
  7. Cut into size of noodles required.
  8. If making Ravioli brush edges with egg white to seal.
  9. Amount given for ravioli.


Most Helpful

This was my first experience with homemade pasta and a pasta recipe. I followed the recipe to the letter and rolled it with a rolling pin and then through the machine and then through the fetacini cutter. It was delicious; a little wider than it should have been, but no one in my family cared. Next time, we'll just take more care with the rolling through. Great recipe! Thanks so much.

theressaharrigan January 11, 2009

Got a pasta maker for Xmas. Tried it out for the first time using this recipe. I was thought I might have a disaster on my hands, but turned out to be a wonderful dinner. Because I am a novice in pasta making, some olive oil spray came in handy to keep the pasta dough from drying out in the process. Thanks Again:)

The Frugal Carpenter January 15, 2008

This was my first pasta making experience, so I followed the recipe to the letter. And the dough was way too sticky. I aded more flour during the kneading process...but it still wasn't quite enough. I ended up wasting about half the dough, but that was partly due to my inexperience. Still, the noodles that did survive were fantastico!

Roxi May 29, 2006

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