bluebellnutter wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 30, 2020 2:42 pm
No dried pasta other than a pack of macaroni, some substitutions of fresh pasta tortellini flavours but otherwise all good. Bread and milk no problem.
Have you tried making your own? Those classic Imperia rollers are perhaps thirty quid in online stores, and it is super easy to make, although ever so time consuming. Which is good.
I make tagliatelle and hang it around the kitchen to dry for a couple of days. The offcuts can be rolled out and chucked in to a minestrone or a scruffy ribollita as a substitute for the bread.
As for the taste. Think: garden/balcony tomatoes versus those industrial parodies from a field adjacent to Schiphol and you'll be on the right track.
Tipo 00 flour.
Any old eggs but organic ones lend a nuttier taste.
Bog-standard olive oil.
Edit for missing word.
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