January 26, 2016
With this built in-flavor, the "pastabilities" are endless! Drizzle with a cream, white wine, or extra virgin olive oil-based sauce. This would also taste amazing in a pasta salad! Feel free to use either chives or scallions in this recipe.
I made these noodles to work with the Kitchenaid Pasta Press- and I love the rigatoni setting best. In order for the pasta press to work properly the dough needs to be almost like a dry play dough that just holds together. So I do recommend following the gram measurements in the recipe and following it EXACTLY.
If you don't own a pasta press- that is ok too. But you will need to add more water to the dough so that it becomes more flexible/sturdy. Add a tsp of water at a time until you make a dough that is stretchy enough to go through a classic hand crank pasta maker (which is a much cheaper option) OR you can also just roll out the dough by hand between two sheets of parchment.
Also feel free to turn this dough into ravioli! Hope you have as much fun as we did! Believe or not making the dough is fast and super fun and the flavor of the pasta will blow your mind!
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