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Low Carb Pasta

Low Carb Pasta created by Swirling F.

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35mins
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directions

  • Combine the dry ingredients together add the egg and water and mix well.
  • It will be a sticky dough.
  • Divide the dough in half.
  • Take a half at a time and dust your work surface with protein powder.
  • Liberally dust the dough and roll out very very thin on your work surface.
  • Fold the dough in half and cut into strips with a very sharp knife.
  • Place the cut strips on to a dry towel and let them air dry for 2 hours.
  • To cook drop noodles into boiling salted water.
  • Use a large pot- water foams.
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  1. A.Baker
    It came out as soup. I added a full extra cup of flour and another half cup of protein powder to even get it to pull together in the slightest. I then kneaded it with tons of coconut flour on the counter for a good 10 minutes. Even then, it was so sticky that when rolled out between two silicone sheets it wouldn't even peel back off of the sheets after being rolled... I gave up. Big waste of my expensive protein powder. I was jonesing for some low carb noodles and now I'm sad. Heed the 1 star reviews.
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  2. gracie969
    an avid cook this is a no go...i'd love to hear how swirling F got the pasta to come out like in her pic WET WET WET
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  3. Jodie D.
    I followed the recipe to a T and it was way too wet to do anything with. So, I added 1/4 cup coconut flour hoping to get a better consistency. After another 1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons of vital wheat gluten, I was finally able to roll it & they are drying now.
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  4. akaligirl2u
    Can I substitute almond flour for soy flour & protein powder?
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  5. Sarah C.
    What type of protein powder do you use? I'm only familiar with the flavored ones for shakes
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