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These noodles are made with homemade smoked flour for a hint of meat and char.
Soak a handful of wood chips for 30 minutes in water.
Preheat the oven to 350ºF. Place the wood chips on a rimmed baking sheet and place it on the bottom shelf of the oven. Place the flour on a sheet of parchment paper on a pizza pan. Smoke the flour for 1 hour. Let cool before using.
Combine 1 cup of the smoked flour with the cornstarch and wheat gluten. The rest of the flour can be reserved for more pasta, for cookies or for other applications. Add the water and incorporate thoroughly. Knead the dough for about 5 minutes, or until smooth. Use a pasta maker to roll out the pasta dough and cut to your desired thickness. I like linguine.
Cook the pasta for about 3 minutes, or until al dente. Enjoy!
I can honestly say this fresh pasta recipe works every time. It rolls out beautifully, tastes great, doesn’t blow up in the water, doesn’t break when you make ravioli and the dough can be made ahead and kept in the refrigerator!
I make pasta a lot, mostly ravioli. I make a bunch and freeze them and it makes getting dinner on the table so easy! Feel free to substitute spinach, basil, chard or kale … but ramps are in season!
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You can use either chicken or pork in this recipe. It’s so good my hubby always has to go back for more. The kids eat it up too!
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