Part of our tour of the free-range egg farm included a demostration on how they use the seconds (not perfect) eggs to make pasta. This inspired Kevin to FINALLY use the pasta making attachment that HE bought for my kitchen aid mixer over a year ago.
Christy was keen to partake in their experiment and they were hard at work soon after we walked in the door. My suggestion to look up recipes or consult google was ignored, and somehow they managed to pull it off.
They make wholemeal fettucine for their first attempt. And it turned out surprisingly well.
To savour the flavour we enjoyed it with some butter and cheese.
The only problem with this pasta was that it got all stuck together. So the next day the machine was dug out again – this time to make spaghetti, which (based on my research) they decided to dry out a bit. My oven made a good drying rack :-).
Once we told the dogs to keep out of the kitchen it was safe to dry out in peace.
Amy was kind enough to make us a TVP Bolognase sauce to have with our spaghetti.
It was enjoyed by all. But if you want the recipe you’ll have to consult Kevin.