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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Organic Whole Wheat Fettucinni

What a better way to evacuate stress from this crazy week than to make home made pasta with the torture machine?
I must not be completely sane in the head, because it actually is a lot of work, but with the right 1968 Cream going on it is very very relaxing.  Such good things were created in 1968.  Extremely good things.
Being in the kitchen has become some sort of therapy for me lately.  I can't really explain it, but the more I take on challenges, the more I enjoy it.
 I used the same dough as my NYE Ravioli
2 cups organic whole wheat flour
2 organic eggs
pinch of salt
drizzle EVOO
1 Tbsp water
1.  Mix the ingredients and knead into a ball.  Wrap in plastic and let sit for at least 30 minutes.
2.  Cut the dough into 4 pieces.  Roll out each piece with your nifty pasta machine to setting number 6.
3.  Then pass it through the fettucinni shape.
4.  If you have a pasta tree, hang it all up to dry.  I don't.  I have grills from my oven that I laid everything on.  I don't know how long I'm supposed to let it dry, but I probably won't be cooking for another 2-3 hours.
5.  Cook in salted boiling water for 2-3 minutes.
Carbonara style... excellence.
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  1. Miam miam... ça a l'air délicieux. Tu m'en feras la prochaine fois que j'irai chez toi? C'est quoi le truc orange au milieu?

  2. Le truc orange est un jaune d'oeuf. Tu ne reconnais peut être pas car il est plein air, frais, et bio. C'est le genre d'oeuf qui nécessite un bon coup de main pour le casser.