peach's pasta thread20
hello epicmafia, my hours at work were recently cut + school is online so i have a lot of time on my hands. this means of course that it's finally time for me to refocus on my dream of becoming a domestic italian tradwife
so i had a mental break and bought a pasta maker; itt i'll be posting my fresh pasta attempts + imminent failures. if anyone has semolina fever like me i urge you to join in with comments / critiques / recipes / raviolis
i'm studying graphic design + art history bc i hate. owning money
what is ur favorite pasta dish?
my pretty squash
i sent this pic to my mom so she would be proud of me
rolled to 9 bc i'm a masochist
so many ravioli
*standard dough (2.25 cup ap flour + salt + 4 large eggs) rested abt 3 hours
filling is roasted butternut, ricotta, lemon zest, parmesan, salt/pep
sauce is brown butter, thyme, sage, more zest
im glad your ravioli was delicious!!! they are soooo cute, what other pastas will you try making
Such as, what was the rationale between choosing this sort of pasta on a given day? Do any of these pasta creations have natural properties like essential oils that would make them more than a tasty creation and could promote health benefits like curing atrial fibrillation?
Also the steps were a bit scattered. You showed some ravioli being made but I counted 9 then immediately skipped forward to a million, how does this happen? I know this isn't a class but you can't skip the entire character development arc in favor of the ending that'll be ret-conned in later renditions anyways.
I hope you take these points to heart EM user peach!
P.S. - Don't start first image off with a picture of a fruit, I almost tabbed out thinking this was a troll post because I was promised pasta creations and got a picture of squash instead and squash isn't pasta!
i am a big lasagna fan
i think i am going to attempt some tortellini next (:<
hi guys ( : i was feeling crazy yesterday so i decided to make some tortellini at 2am. filling was 4oz goat cheese, chopped+sauteed spinach, a little honey + lemon juice, parmesan, and s+p. tried out a yolkier dough but it ended up being a little hard to work with, still need to change those proportions a little bit . . . .
these things were a labor of love and the first 10 looked hilariously bad. i need to practice the shaping more but i think they are pretty cute. polite little pasta snails.
do american supermarkets not have semolina as a normal ingredient?