More homemade pasta
Here's more pasta I made. It still wasn't right. But better than last time. I suppose I'll get it right if I keep trying. I wish Jamie had Recipease over here or even if there was a place like it here. Can't seem to find a place on the net.
bravoooooooo it looks great
I found this one in dublin on google...maybe its nice?
http://www.flavourofitaly.ie/SchoolOfCo … ;idData=75
Looks good though. I'm also still practising to make fresh pasta. It's so much fun I think.
by mr spice
It looks great.
What's "not right" about it?
Make it as often as you can but only change one thing at a time until you get the recipe you like.
Main thing, keep trying
Thanks MsK, you're great.
It was still a little bit rubbery Mr Spice. Maybe I didn't knead it enough. I'm out of 00 flour now and will have to go into the city to get some. My supermarket doesn't sell it.
If i see above picture, think you don't need a lesson.. (also thought the lessons where quite expensive on the websites i found...but on the other hand it will last a life time!)
Think your pasta already looks wonderful!
Thanks MsK. In Recipease it's like 25 pound for a 2 hour lesson and you get to eat it with a glass of wine after. That's great, it's nearly worth a day trip to London.
I think it is worth a trip to london!! book a flight NOW!
I did cooking course (4 evenings)not too long ago, every time you would cook a pre-dinner snack, starter, main and desert and you also got to eat it after you where finished cooking with wine and drinks...that was 50euro per evening, about 4 hours cooking/eating..and worth every penny...
We also did some pasta making..i do not own a machine, but when i do..i am not going to buy dried pasta anymore...it was the best i've tasted in my life..even better than what i had in Italy... must be the love you put in while kneading!!