Back in the day, I gave Gwyneth a lesson on pasta making for her birthday, so I thought I'd test her skills and take it to a whole new level – we didn't quite manage the whole stretch of Southend Pier, but had a right laugh attempting a strip of pasta the entire length of mine and Jimmy's pop-up restaurant – fun times! I've given you instructions on how to make your own pasta dough here – it's really easy to do and flavour-wise you can't beat it – but if you want to, feel free to use dried pasta, it will still serve you well. If you're making fresh, having a decent pasta machine will really help you out.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 550kcal
- Carbs 55.7g
- Sugar 5.1g
- Fat 21.4g
- Saturates 6.9g
- Protein 26.7g
This recipe is from:
Food Fight Club
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