Pasta Dough - Bread Machine
photo by Erin R.
- Ready In:
- I just add flour salt oil and eggs to bread machine turn it on to dough setting and let it do the work for 10 minutes then cut into 8 chunks and feed it through the pasta maker.
- Cook in salted boiling water for 3 miutes and serve with your sauce of choice.
- It too simple and the taste is great, very light, best of all most people have everything you need in the kitchen.
Questions & Replies
Just acquired a bread/dough maker (Pillsbury model 1025) and tried the pasta dough recipe, which looked real easy. But the cycle is around an hour and a half long--that's okay for bread dough that needs to rise, but the pasta dough seemed like it was ready a lot sooner than that. The machine got so noisy and clunky that I took out the dough and finished it by hand. My question: I couldn't get the machine to clear the cycle, even after unplugging it and plugging back in--the stop button didn't clear it, either; the remaining cycle had to go thru the whole hour and a half before the time would clear. Is this machine incapable of clearing cycle times, or am I overlooking something?
Hooray! Homemade noodles! I got my husb a pasta machine for his birthday yesterday, so we decided to give it a whirl. This recipe looked the least intimidating, and after bumbling through and trying to figure out the texture, we ended up with a big bowl of absolutely FANTASTIC spaghetti. Tender, not at all starchy and holds its shape beautifully. It also really holds onto the sauce, and doesn't slip and flop off the fork like grocery store spaghetti. We couldn't stop congratulating ourselves. :) This is a great, easy recipe that even a couple of nimrods who have never even seen homemade pasta before can get right on the first try. Thanks a million.