Fettuccine Using Kitchenaid Pasta Attachment

"Fresh homemade fettuccine noodles with a cream shallot garlic bacon infused Alfredo"
photo by FoodieFinn photo by FoodieFinn
photo by FoodieFinn
photo by FoodieFinn photo by FoodieFinn
Ready In:
1hr 5mins
1 serving




  • Pasta:

  • In Kitchenaid stand mixer bowl combine flour, eggs, 1ml salt, 1 tbsp water. Using flat beater on setting 2 combine ingredients for 30 seconds. It should be crumbly. Replace beater with dough hook. Knead for 2 minutes, add a tablespoon of water at a time to get a good consistency. Empty contents onto clean table, and hand knead until combined, let rest 20 minutes. Set up mixer with the pasta roller. Cut dough into quarters, and take one quarter and flatten it by hand. With mixer on speed 2, and roller set to the widest setting, feed dough into roller, catching on the other side. Fold and feed through again, this is kneading the dough. Repeat until dough is as wide as the roller. Once it is wide, keep feeding dough through adjusting knob tighter every time until you get to 3. Then switch the roller for the cutter attachment, and cut fettuccine, hang to dry or cook immediately. Boil in salted water, for approximately 3-5 minutes, taste to be sure, it usually will float when done.
  • Sauce:

  • In a small saucepan, saute shallot and garlic in butter, until soft, add cream , salt, pepper ,garlic powder, and bacon fat. Heat together on medium heat. Add fresh parmesan. Toss in fresh pasta when it is done, and combine . Serve immediately with fresh parmesan and some fresh herb.

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