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Homemade Pasta

Necessary ingredients for 1 person (can be cooked 100-130 g dry pasta):

1 egg

100-120 g of flour.

Hit the egg in a dry bowl and Beat with a spoon slightly. Add sieved flour. The mass is mixed until all the flour is sticking and formed in one dough ball.

Put the dough on the table. Knead the dough with palms of your hand pushing away from you. Knead the dough for about 8-10 minutes until it becomes smooth and firm. Setting up ball of dough, sprinkle it with just flour and leave for 5-10 minutes.

Then dividing that into pieces and roll out as thinly as possible. Use flour if the dough sticks, but not too much. Again, leave for 5-10 minutes. By this time you can roll twisted into other pieces. When all roll twisted into, you can start to cut the first piece of dough. Cut into strips and put a thin layer on the paper or cotton fabric. Allow to dry up for 3-5 days. If you have, you can also use the pasta making machine. There is no imperative need for it. But if you love and plan to cook noodles very often, then the machine will come in handy.

You can also cut the other shapes of pasta:

1. Cutting into large squares of them can make lasagna.

2. The ribbed pastry knife sagries many small rectangles. A rectangle in the middle squash together to form the bow.

3. Skip through the mincer, there will be a spaghetti pasta.

4. You can also make ravioli from this dough. Just think of the filling, which you think will taste better.

Now you can please yourself and your family with a great, healthy, self cooked noodles or any other shaped pasta.

*Remember!* Do not wash with water, the pasta making machine. Water damages it. It must at the time be in flour. Before you use it, clean it with small piece of dough, repeatedly skipping it through. If you really need for more cleaning, then clean it with a dry cloth or oil damped cloth.