How to Make Homemade Pasta & How to Use It in 3 Recipes

Saffron Shrimp Tagliatelle

    Fresh pasta is more tender and quicker to cook than the store-bought dried variety. Of course, in select markets, you have the possibility of buying fresh pasta, but it’s not as good as if you’d make it yourself. So how to make fresh homemade pasta? Read on and find out.

    “Fresh” isn’t always better, but it can mean simply “different”. It’s the same for fresh pasta and dried pasta. They’re different experiences and relatively different food items. For instance, fresh pasta is the star of its dish, it has a more delicate texture, and it works better with light sauces, made with tomatoes, cream, oil, herbs, or butter.

    So if you’re in the mood for a light pasta dish, learn how to make fresh homemade pasta. Does it seem like a hassle? It really is not, because what time you think you lose in making the fresh pasta, you gain in cooking the pasta. That’s because fresh pasta takes half the time to cook than dried pasta would.

    Here are our top 3 homemade pasta recipes we swear by every single time – the first one has a “green touch” and is perfect for those who love their pasta to be light and healthy, the second one is a meaty version with the focus on delicious shrimp and the third one is actually a sweet pasta recipe.

    Browse through them and let us know which one is your favorite in a comment below. You can always find more pasta recipes in our dedicated category.

     

    For the ingredients and steps, visit the links below.

    1.Green Tagliatelle

    Green Tagliatelle

    Green Tagliatelle is vegetarian-friendly but still delicious.

    2.Saffron Shrimp Tagliatelle

    Saffron Shrimp Tagliatelle

    Saffron Shrimp Tagliatelle is both healthy and satisfying pasta dish.

    3.Sweet Almond Tagliatelle

    How to Make Homemade Pasta & How to Use It in 3 Recipes -

    Sweet Almond Tagliatelle for those who love to try a pasta dessert.

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