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Quinoa Pasta

Yes you can make pasta - grain free! It's easy. Plus using quinoa means this pasta is a complete protein! Cool, huh?

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55mins
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directions

  • Stir quinoa flour, arrow root, and salt. (Note: you can make your own quinoa flour. Just grind quinoa in a clean coffee grinder or a blender.).
  • Add the egg and oil.
  • Knead until the dough no longer falls apart. This will take at least 7 minutes.
  • Cut the dough in half.
  • Roll out one half until desired thickness is achieved. I aim for the thickness of a piece of cardboard. Then just take a long sharp chef's knife and cut into long strips whatever width you like - I choose to make mine about a quarter of an inch thick. You can roll or cut this pasta into any shape you want - such as lasagna noodles - it's up to you!
  • Let the cut pasta air dry for 10 minutes.
  • Then boil (or save in the fridge for up to a couple days).
  • Note: Fresh pasta takes less time to cook than dry store bought pasta.
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"Yes you can make pasta - grain free! It's easy. Plus using quinoa means this pasta is a complete protein! Cool, huh?"
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  1. Janet Paula 1
    About how long do you have to cook the pasta? And, can this fresh pasta be frozen and then cooked?
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  2. Attainable Health
    Yes you can make pasta - grain free! It's easy. Plus using quinoa means this pasta is a complete protein! Cool, huh?
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