so is all- purpose flour plain flour. Was the dough easy to work with? I would like to try this but I’ve read that xanthan gum is a required addition to present crumbling. Hm, it sounds like it didn’t bind well. Once the pasta is cooked that should equal around 1 cup of pasta. I also doubled the salt and rolled it out in more batches to get it thinner. I think it’ll work great in a lasagna recipe as well, can’t wait to try. But we haven’t tried it, so can’t guarantee results. Made in the food processor, no kneading or resting required. Let us know if you try anything! Upon cooling and cutting it held up well. I’d recommend adding more almond flour and especially tapioca starch as needed to prevent sticking. Healthy delicious and easy on the budget. This was *SO* easy that my 12 year old made it start to finish, and was done in 20 mins, dinner on the table (we already had a jar of pesto made in the fridge.) Hi Alison. I know it’s a long shot, but it’s a sensitivity in our house. This gives the dough time to let the flour absorb the liquid and for the gluten relax. It sounds like others did have success with that. Could you use arrowroot starch/powder instead of tapioca? We like serving it with vegan pesto, red pepper flakes, and vegan parmesan cheese. I’m excited to try it in our family chicken and noodles recipe. I used my thumb to press them down and they looked just like Orecchiette! https://www.jamieoliver.com/.../basic-recipe-for-fresh-egg-pasta-dough Woah!! Let us know if you try! Thanks so much for the lovely review! Margaret. :D Add egg and egg yolks and pulse until a doughy texture forms (see photo). Let us know if you try another GF flour! There is a moment when first kneading the dough that I myself thought I needed to add more egg, but, the trick with doughs is they get wetter when they are resting. Have a question? Thank you :). You can make thinner strips, more like fettuccini pasta, or thicker pappardelle-style pasta. No matter your skills, I have you covered. Drain when finished. Is tapioca starch carby? Hi Carol, We didn’t test it with any egg alternatives. Water. Thank you Gemma! This is absolutely phenomenal and easier than expected. We are gluten free for health reasons and I know my daughter misses pasta, but we had never tried the Capello’s because of the price. I made it with pesto and i also added a little lemon pepper to the pasta recipe. Add the pasta and allow to cook for roughly 2 minutes or until tender. Strain the water off the pasta and serve as desired. You can also, The Best Vegan Gluten-Free Mac ‘n’ Cheese, Spaghetti Squash Pasta with Garlicky Alfredo Sauce, Rosemary Roasted Root Vegetable Panzanella, Vegan Caesar Salad with BBQ Sweet Potato Croutons, Creamy Vegan White Pasta with Summer Vegetables. Thanks for sharing your experience! I ended up using the rolled out pasta, uncooked, and in little odd shapes, to layer through the lasagne sauce. Just like any other dough, you have to let the homemade pasta dough tell you what to do. Woah! I was honestly skeptical at first. Now we are going to watch a movie. Our best guess would be either a vegan egg (the store-bought version), our homemade vegan scrambled “egg,” or maybe aquafaba. I was also able to make a nut-free version (tbh, I’m just not crazy over almond taste) and using your recipe as a guide helped it turned out phenomenal! Use a pizza cutter or sharp knife to cut pasta into roughly 1/2-inch-wide strips (or other desired shape — just cut as evenly as possible to ensure even cooking). Thanks so much Dana. Instead of eggs would chia or flax eggs work? The dough is split into two pieces and placed on a (gluten free) floured cutting board. Will make this again. And what is an egg free option? Just add uncooked noodles when assembling lasagna and make sure to cook the lasagna long enough that it’s bubbly. Definitely will be making agin soon! Used the gluten free flour to dust the surface it was rolled out on. Thanks for sharing your experience! Crack all 4 large eggs into the center of the mound of flour creating a well to hold the eggs. I let it rest for an hour. It did well in water! Do you think this would work with other nut meal (maybe cashew)? But my daughter cannot have egg whites. Mix eggs, flour, oil, and salt in the bowl of a stand mixer with your hands until a shaggy Let us know if you try it! I recommend a 2 ounce serving of fresh pasta per-person. This will take roughly 5 minutes. I used tapioca starch to roll it out and had no issues with that. I’m unable to find gluten-free lasagna sheets in France. I would assume so but we haven’t tried it! Hi! Wow wow wow. We’re so glad it turned out well! Once the water is boiling salt it and place the fresh pasta in the water. You didn’t include any instructions of how to remedy a dry, crumbly dough. So sorry to hear that! Just made this pasta for dinner (with roasted broccoli + pesto) and it was a huge hit! Otherwise you can’t go wrong! This makes really great homemade linguine or ravioli for a manual pasta machine. Let us know if you try anything! https://www.linsfood.com/fresh-pasta-dough-recipe-homemade-pasta We’ll see how it goes! I really want to try this recipe but never really sure what all purpose flour is, you make it look so easy and i’m definately going to try it. Ingredients. Definitely 5 stars! It just keeps getting better. Would this recipe work for raviolis as well? This recipe makes enough pasta for 24 small raviolis or 4 servings of linguine. We’re glad it turned out well! It shouldn’t be tacky at all before you start rolling it out (it should be moldable but not sticky) – watching the video again may be helpful? I served it with store bought pesto sauce. 1 large egg. Family all loved it! I’m not lying, this recipe is kinda labour of love. Making another batch tonight with your roasted red pepper sauce and vegan parmesan recipes. Then carefully set aside and repeat this process with second half of pasta dough. I used my Cuisinart Mixer with the dough hook and it worked perfectly. Repeat this process with the remaining dough. I’d say aquafaba, vegan egg from the store, or our vegan egg recipe. We might make a pizza tonight . Few things are better to eat than fresh pasta. xo. A GF blend may work. Fresh pasta has been enthusiastically enjoyed in Italy for thousands of years. Any tapioca flour substitution ideas? Lovely! Thanks so much for the lovely review! This recipe was so simple and easy compared to any other GF pasta I’ve attempted to make! Transfer dough to the pan by rolling the dough loosely around a rolling pin and unrolling into pan. Once the dough has been rolled out, fold it over itself several times. Using your hands, make a well in the flour and salt mixture. When the dough forms a ball, cover tightly with cling wrap and refrigerate for a minimum of 30 minutes to allow the dough the rest and the gluten to develop. Wow!! Colleen, I’ve made this recipe 3 times now and it’s amazing! My picky 7 and 9 year olds both had seconds (and enjoyed helping with the thumb print process). Keep incorporating the flour into the eggs until all the flour has been absorbed. Let us know if you try! Thanks for sharing, Lucy! Would this work as well with a standard gluten-free flour? Let us know if you do! Then the dough is rolled out into a very thin layer. I made chinese potstickers and plain pasta and was super pleased with the results! Thanks for sharing! There is no wrong or right here, I’m sure whatever shape you choose to make that you’ll find this to be one of the most satisfying parts of making your pasta. We’re so glad it worked well with both ravioli and lasagna! This was amazing!! Hi! Reheat in the microwave or in a saucepan with desired sauce (though best when fresh). Thanks so much for sharing! IF you routinely make fresh pasta, you can stop reading now. Is tapioca starch the same as tapioca flour for this recipe? I used arrowroot flour instead of tapioca and it worked great. We’re so glad you enjoyed it, Gladys! Hi Andrea – tapioca starch is ideal in this recipe because it creates a little stretchy and buoyancy. I’m very pleased to find it, as I’ve had a lot of success with almond/tapioca flour recipes lately We’re so glad you enjoyed it, Alison! This was SO GOOD! Will try as a ravioli with cashew cheese down the road. 6 ingredients. 3 Tbsp pumpkin puree. Hope that helps! But my kids are also allergic to nuts, so almond flour is a no-no. To a food processor, add almond flour, tapioca starch, and sea salt and pulse to combine. I was a bit wary trying this as I haven’t had much luck with gluten free doughs that are meant to be kneadable, but this was sooo good! This looks delicious – do you think it would work to make ravioli, or would it be too fragile? I was wondering how to modify the recipe to make it Keto friendly, particularly with the replacement of tapioca starch. Caroline. I fancy it a special meal to be shared with people you love that just so happens to go perfectly with wine. Proofing dough, or allowing dough to rise, is an essential step in bread baking. All rights reserved. I’m thinking I won’t need to boil it first, that the cook time in the oven should make it tender enough. We wouldn’t think it would be different than hand rolling. It also freezes really well for up to 4 weeks. Well this is exciting! Not sure the differences, I just happen to have both on hand. Is this dough suitable for going through pasta machine rollers and cutters? The richness and moisture in the egg are all this dough needs to come together. Covering your work area with flour so the dough doesn’t stick. Both held together well while rolling. I don’t know about that. After resting, remove the dough from the fridge and cut into 4 equal pieces. I was so excited to make this, and finally got the chance to today. Do you know where all the carbs are coming from? I’ve pinned this recipe to make sure to find it easily. Get our copy of FAN FAVORITES featuring 20 of our most loved, highly-rated recipes! Also, you can freeze the fresh pasta in an airtight container for up to 8 weeks. I made this- didn’t play around with the eggs and it was very good. Served with pesto but can’t wait to make it with bolognese and try to make ravioli!! I’m trying to lower my egg consumption and just tried it with Bob’s egg replacer. To make the ravioli dough, mix the flour and salt together on a clean work surface. I made this with almond meal by accident (thought it was almond flour) and it turned out fine! I’m willing to experiment, but not if you already tried. I’ve made this twice now. This fall I attempted homemade pumpkin pasta and it. I’m wondering if what happened was the dough didn’t get enough dry ingredients before you started rolling it out. Let us know if you do. The answer is debated! I much prefer the taste of the aquafaba over the flax egg. Set cut pasta aside on a tray and leave out at room temperature to cook off or cover and place in the fridge to be cooked later. Hi Jeriel, We didn’t test it with any egg alternatives. Forgot to add a rating. But who actually invented it? Thanks very much, Let us know if you try it! Thanks for an amazing recipe- will definitely keep this one on rotation! I was hoping to do the same. Thanks so much for the lovely review! Made this for lunch today with a lemon garlic sauce with some broccoli and sun dried tomatoes using coconut cream as the base. Going to get the kids involved with trying some other recipes (I.e. My 2 Ingredient Homemade Pasta recipe is a wonder to have up your sleeve. Have been trying (and failing) to make a decent GF pasta. We’re staying at home due to the corona virus outbreak (No grocery shopping, so no pre-made items). Took a little confidence/trial and error in figuring out how much flour to use, but we made it work! YUM! Fresh pasta can be stored uncooked and covered in the fridge for up to 3 days. So stick with the dough while kneading and it will turn into a soft, stretchy, and firm dough. We didn’t test it with any egg alternatives. Used exact ingredients. All I can say is WOW! The closest alternative would be a GF blend? Let us know if you do some experimenting! This recipe turned out amazing! Remove the pasta dough from the plastic wrap and get ready to shape some yummy pasta. In our cost analysis, we found that our homemade version is less than half the cost of similar store-bought products (even when using higher quality eggs and without subtracting the bonus of leftover egg whites)! But I think if i can get a better dough consistency that rolls well, I will try pre-cooking the pasta next time. Thanks so much for the lovely review! I tried altering this by using 1 and 1/2 cups of almond flour and only 1/2 cup of the tapioca starch and it worked well! Your thoughts? I don’t have a food processor, would this recipe work without? I appreciate the feedback. Divide the dough mixture into two even pieces and set one aside, covered. I’ll try something else next time. Can I in some way substitute the eggs and how? I promise after you give this recipe a try you’ll be feeling like a pasta machine! Do you think it would work to you use arrowroot starch/flower instead of tapioca starch? Haven’t tested it beyond the simple strips that feel more “linguini” to us than anything. Thank you In fact a large number of Italian pasta makers Barilla etc do not. So simple, healthy and delicious! ⚡ Plus, gluten-free AND grain-free 🤩 Enjoy, friends! This recipe is amazing! I can’t wait to try this! Thanks, Dana for this awesome recipe! Hi! Let us know if you try anything! Was very excited to try this. Let us know if you do! So for the ravioli, I used a flax egg and for the lasagna I used aquafaba. Thanks. Thanks! We’re so glad you enjoyed it! Hi Stacy! Thanks! It’s been harder to find almond flour in Australia, but almond meal is readily available! :( I hope this is not critical but rather helpful! Do you think that will work? Our recipe is for a basic egg pasta, the most common form of fresh pasta in Italy. I made it work somewhat, but sadly will not be making this again. We think so but we haven’t tried it! We’re so glad you both enjoyed it, Blaire! Thanks! Love this recipe! We’re so glad you enjoyed it, Maddy! If still tacky and it sticks to your hands, … Minimalist Baker | Simple Recipes That Make You Feel Good. 9. Featured Chewy Sourdough Discard Oatmeal Cookies I always have TONS of discard because I absolutely refuse to keep my starter in the fridge. Just add gluten-free flour as needed to prevent sticking. We just had this recipe for lunch. I have so much problems physically when I eat vegan food exclusively and I really really love the content of your blog. Hi do you know if i can replace the egg with a Chia Egg or Aquafaba? Whoop! Hi would you have a recipe for hluten free, Hi Gem! I’m allergic to almonds, but so want to try this. Gluten is what will allow the pasta dough to be stretched and rolled out to be super thin. Thank you for this recipe! Will use duck eggs. Super easy to make and tasted delicious! Someone else had success there. We are so glad to hear it, Rae! Quick question: do you think the consistency of this dough would work with a Kitchenaid Pasta Roller attachment? Followed food processor instructions to combine thoroughly. Unfortunately, once it was cooked, it was slimy and gummy, basically inedible. Extra stars for being grain free as well – without substituting flavor or texture. Hi… wanna make this now! Have you tried a stuffed pasta type of thing with it? It’s incredible what you can do with just a bit of flour and fresh eggs (If you’d prefer whole wheat flour, try my 3 Ingredient Whole Wheat Pasta! I think that would work! My gluten free hubby hasn’t had pasta like this in years…and he was over the moon in delight! I like capellos, but it’s insanely expensive. If its too sticky, just roll a bit in flour. Can you do this by hand if you don’t have a food processor?? | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Sitemap. But totalllllly worth it! ), Whoop! Can the dough hold up to a pasta machine? Using a fork, gently beat the eggs and yolks. You want to get it as thin as possible without breaking. I considered chickpea pasta a special occasion but this is SO much better and guilt-free! Now to make the white sauce. You can definitely try! There was no way this would stay together for cooking in boiling, salted water. The first time I didn’t roll it thin enough, so do heed that instruction. Can I use egg substitute? In the meantime, bring a large pot of water to a boil. We don’t think you would need to boil first! You can also subscribe without commenting. A manual pasta machine works wonders at this stage. My husband can’t eat eggs – wondering if anyone has tried it with egg substitutes? Hmm, we haven’t played around with that, so we’re not sure! Dust cut pasta with more tapioca starch or gluten free flour to prevent sticking. I’d say arrowroot mixed with potato starch would be your best bet. Hi Eluned, we haven’t tried that so we aren’t sure. Rosanne, maybe cashew meal? Hi, do you think I could make it nut-free if I use some seed meal (like blending pumpkin seeds until super fine)? It is made clear in the recipe, so I added lots of tapioca starch all over my counter ad hands like it said to. The recipe took minutes to make. It will likely affect the flavor and texture. I think that’ll work – just add more tapioca starch and/or almond flour as needed to prevent sticking! I served it with homemade pesto! When rolling it out, there would be random spots not covered no matter how much powder I would put, and it would stick. A big part of being a truly Bold Baker is knowing how to work with doughs! You want it to be slightly under as it will continue cooking in the oven. We didn’t test it with any egg alternatives. I actually like the look of the curled macaroni, and drove myself crazy wondering why it didn’t stay that way, but alas- normal. xo. Do you know if the dough could be rolled out using a pasta maker or would it be too sticky? Do you have any nut free substitution suggestions to replace the almond flour? It starts with adding the following to a food processor: The leftover egg whites can be used to make omelets and frittatas, as a binder for macaroons (similar to using aquafaba), and so much more! No doubt the flavor would be different – wondering about texture?? So for all of us here trying to find an egg replacement, I’d say no to a powdered replacer here. 293. If I used this to make lasagna noodles, would I have to cook the pasta first or can they be used right away? Hoping for some more meat recipes for us omnivores. So very tasty, thanks! Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. I don’t have a big enough food processor so I attempted to knead it by hand. Happy to purchase via an affiliate link if you want to share one, or just a store/brand name and I can go find it myself! We don’t have a pasta machine but suspect that would work. I love the simplicity of ingredients! Thanks so much for the lovely review! 1/4 tsp sea salt. Inspired by pasta night without the gluten, and having such tough luck with affordable (and actually good) store-bought options, we set out to make our own. Indeed the blend I use is fine and powdery so that might work. Hi! Love this recipe – very easy to follow, minimal ingredients and great texture when you bite into it. Hi Sarah, we haven’t tried it, but another reader mentioned using it with success. The flavour and consistency were both spot-on, and after so many disappointments trying other types of GF pasta, this has changed my life! Let us know how it goes! Hi Amy! My 22 month baby was shoveling it… Read more ». On our list =). This is where you can get creative. I have a ravioli press I’ve been dying to try out. Let us know if you give either a try! Thank you <3 More GF recipes in future would be amazing. This was really good. I have intolerances to eggs. My Homemade Pasta recipe only requires 3 cups of flour and 4 large eggs. Agreed – infusing this pasta with other flavors is exciting! FREEZING: If freezing, we recommend either freezing the unrolled ball of dough then thawing before rolling out and boiling, or rolling out, cutting into desired shapes, dusting with tapioca starch or gluten free flour to prevent sticking, and letting air-dry for 30 minutes to 1 hour, then freezing in a sealed container for up to 1 month. Thanks so much for sharing, Nala! Thanks! Note: if your dough is on the dry side you can add a little SLASH of water to bring it together. Just add gluten-free flour as needed to prevent sticking. One question – am I able to substitute corn starch for the tapioca starch? We’re so glad you and your family enjoy it, Stephanie! My picky teen said it tasted way better than she expected it to – and you know how kids are about pasta! We’re so glad you and your family enjoy it, Glenn! We didn’t test it with any egg alternatives. Please consider working on that, we would be so grateful! This recipe looks amazing! The closest alternative would be a mix of arrowroot starch and potato starch. Let us know if you give it a try! If not that is okay, I was just wondering! Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. On a large flat clean surface place the flour in a mound. Just be careful to stir gently when boiling the pasta and when adding sauce the sauce, it’s more fragile than regular pasta. With what ingrediënt can the eggs be substituted? Whoop! To make the dough, in a food processor with a dough blade, add all-purpose flour, semolina flour, sea salt and extra virgin olive oil. Yummmmmm! This looks really good, would really want to recreate this at home ❤️. This looks incredibly good, but like many others in the comments, I’ve been looking for a good gluten-free, vegan pasta recipe. Enter the Bold Baker Challenge for a Chance to Win a $275 Gift Card! I wrap my dough in cling wrap and allow it to rest for a minimum of 30 minutes and a max of 4 hours in the fridge. ?You gotta be careful while trying Gemma’s recipes! Thanks so much for the lovely review! Or is there another tapioca starch alternative? Yes, tapioca starch contributes some carbohydrates. It would probably be better if I had a pasta roller and could cut straight lines, but it tasted like Capello’s. Let us know how it goes! Made these worked out well I overcooked them a little but they taste good, they were really easy to make and I’m only 12 years old. Flour your work surface and rolling pin and roll 1 ball of dough at a time into a large thin sheet. There are few recipes more minimalist than no-knead bread: flour, salt, yeast, and water mixed together, left to sit and ferment for half a day, then dumped into a lidded pot and baked for an hour. After perfecting this dough, experiment with different shapes and variations. Registration confirmation will be e-mailed to you. We’re so glad you enjoyed it, Sarah! Super easy to make if you don’t have a food processor too. This fresh pasta dough amazes me! That’s great! I can’t thank you enough! But aquafaba would probably be the better of those two options. It shouldn’t be any different than hand rolling. extra virgin olive oil 1 Tbsp. The original Jim Lahey recipe published in the New York Times back in 2006 has been tweaked and adapted by probably everyone who has ever tried it, including myself. Cheers, friends! For half of the recipe, I only used about 1Tbsp of unsalted butter and 1 1/2 Tbsp of garlic salt. Arrowroot seems to be the best swap based on others’ experience. This looks amazing!! Everyone else -- probably about 99.9 percent of you -- read on. We didn’t test it with any egg alternatives. If you did, let me know if you boiled the noodles first? Thanks so much for sharing your experience! My best guess would be either a vegan egg (the store-bought version), our homemade vegan scrambled “egg,” or maybe aquafaba. Sounds like another reader had success with arrowroot. If i dusted off the powder, the the pasta would just fall apart. The closest nut-free alternative would be a GF blend? Hi there! Once all the pasta is in the shape you want, it gets added to boiling water and cooked until al dente — about 5-7 minutes. Let us know how it goes, Carla! Quite sturdy in our experience. © 2020 Taste Buds Entertainment LLC. Let us know if you try! Mini Funfetti Cake (featuring the KitchenAid Artisan Mini Stand Mixer). You can do this! Let us know if you try any other shape! Do you think aquafaba or chia/flax egg? Hi there can you please make a suggestion for a replacement for the eggs? After eating a mostly paleo diet for the past few years, I just assumed pasta was never going to be a part of my “healthy” diet anymore. Eventually the pasta is so covered in tapioca starch in order to prevent it from sticking, that this starch then makes the pasta so sticky with a film that it is not appetizing. Let us know if you give it a try! Let us know if you try anything! I was surprised how well the ravioli held up in the ravioli attachment of my pasta maker. We both loved it – great texture and flavor, chewy and dense but not heavy. Home » Breads & Doughs » 2 Ingredient Homemade Pasta (Without A Machine). Thank you sooooo much for this! Repeat recipe in our household. Tag @minimalistbaker on Instagram and hashtag it #minimalistbaker so we can see all the deliciousness! Is it possible the eggs you were using were on the smaller side? Form into a 10-12 inch diameter mound. Let us know if you try anything! Cannelloni or ravioli, for instance? Making homemade gluten free pasta is surprisingly easy! Perhaps! I’m thinking that mixed with a little potato starch would be idea. Yes! Take it from us, homemade pasta dough is one of the most satisfying things to make. Or GF / DF RAVIOLI WHUT. Let me know what you think! Hi Shelley. As I have to avoid gluten due to an autoimmune condition, I was psyched to try this GF pasta. Cut the roll of pasta into strips roughly 1/4 inch thick depending on what pasta you are making. Drain and serve with desired sauce. I bet you never knew that using these two common ingredients means you can make fresh pasta at home BY HAND! At first the dough will curl a bit and then will be smooth and straight. Is there a reason not to use a pasta machine? Recipe is great but I don’t eat eggs. If you try it let us know. I used lots of tapioca flour to roll out but it stuck to the board. Hi Vanessa, almond flour adds more flavor (and protein), but a GF blend might work. Let us know if you try anything! Or a basic GF flour blend? Looks good. Unfortunately, my daughter’s school does not allow any nut products in lunches so she couldn’t pack leftovers. Hi Sarah! We didn’t test it with any egg alternatives. Whoop! I don’t have any on hand (and going to the store rarely these days). Add to boiling water and cook as directed until al dente. We’ve heard from other readers that arrowroot is a good swap! Thanks so much for sharing, Aya! Thank you so much for this recipe. Thank you! To store fresh pasta keep it covered on a tray in the fridge for up to 3 days. Cut them like fettuccini and served with pesto. If dough resists stretching, let it relax for 5 minutes before trying again. After kneading your homemade pasta dough and bringing it into a ball it’s really important to let the dough rest. Also did not have a food processor on hand so stirred everything in a mixing bowl with a wooden spoon until combined then kneaded it with my hands. If you try this recipe, let us know! We’ve shared a few ideas throughout the comments! Let us know if you do. ???? There's something romantic about pasta. Would it work? Your best bet is to make your own almond flour! This gives the dough time to let the flour absorb the liquid and for the gluten relax. Any sign of it disintegrating in the water? Amazing!! I’d say that’s your best bet! Hi Bold Bakers! https://www.masterclass.com/.../gordon-ramsays-homemade-pasta-dough-reci… Pour the eggs and egg yolks into the well. We’re so glad you both enjoyed it, Tara! Transfer 1 dough ball to dry work surface and roll out into a 13-inch circle. Salt the water well, then add pasta and cook for 5-7 minutes, or until al dente. I think I may modify the instructions to suggest using gluten-free all purpose flour to dust the board because when used in excess, tapioca flour can be a bit tacky / slimy. It was absolutely fabulous! We didn’t test it with any egg alternatives. I will keep you posted! Hi! You want the fat content high to keep the dough pliable. 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