Buy a pasta machine, rolling pin or anything that would roll a piece of dough.
Some flour "00". Use regular one if you can't find this one.
Wash your hands
That will get you 3-4 portions.. Or less if it turns out well..
Leave some in the bowl. It's better to add it later if the dough needs it. Don't worry about sifting the flour. The amount you use will also depend on the size of the eggs
Make the well.
Add the eggs
A little bit of olive oil
When it's nice and creamy
Get a scraper
Only use your hands when necessary.
Time to use your hands.
Make a little ball
Wash your hands again
If the dough is sticky.
Add from the flour left in the bowl
a little bit at a time
Work it more
Until it doesn't stick anymore
Dust the plate with flour and put the dough on it
Cover and let it rest for at least 30 minutes
It will look like the gym with a glass door in the winter
Then you know it's ready
Get your machine ready... Or rolling pin.
Spread the dough. If its bigger just cut in half. You want to do small batches at the time
Start with the 0
Roll it a couple of times
If its too big cut in half
Dust with a little bit of flour.
Roll it.. And add numbers on the dial one by one.
Add flour as needed
Keep on rolling
Until you think it's thin enough
Slice a bit
Check the thickness
Dry it before cutting into shapes. If you are making ravioli you want to skip the drying part.
Takes about 20 minutes to get a leathery hand feel.
Put on your cutting board.
Trim the dryer brittle pieces.
Slice like you wish. Or you can use the pasta cutter if you want something more even.
Hand cut pasta
Put it over parchment paper to dry a bit more
Get some salted water going
Mince some garlic
Sizzle it with some olive oil
Pour over a bowl
With some salt and parmesan
Grab some pasta
Add it to the boiling water
Cooks very quickly. About four minutes, depending on the thickness.
Add the pasta to the bowl
Some parsley and pepper and you are good to go.
Thank you for watching.