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Fresh Scialatielli Pasta
You don't need a pasta machine or a lot of room to make this simple-shaped pasta.
50 minutes,   8-10 Servings
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Ingredients
4 cups All purpose flour (plus more for your work table)
2 cups Semolina flour
3 Eggs
1 cup Whole milk
as needed Water for cooking pasta
to taste Salt for cooking pasta
Preparation
1.  Add 1 lb of "00" all purpose flour, 1/2 lb of semolina flour, 3 eggs and 1/2 cup of cow's whole milk to a mixer equipped with a captain hook claw. start to mix at low speed.
2.  Gradually add the remaining milk (1/2 cup) to the mixer, but only a little at a time. continue to mix until the sides of the mixer are clean. Add additional flour if needed.
3.  Flour the table.
4.  Remove the fresh dough from the mixer and place it on the table.
5.  Cut the dough by hand into fistful-sized portions.
6.  Roll each portion out with a rolling pin until they are 2/3 mum in thickness.
7.  Cut the dough into shapes that resemble "french fries". A pizza cutter is ideal for this.  © FirstPageRecipes.com
8.  Thoroughly mix the dough with flour to prevent sticking, then shake off any excess flour.
9.  Fill a pot with water.
10.  Bring the pot of water to a boil.
11.  Once the water is boiling, add salt to taste and put in the fresh pasta.
12.  When the pasta begins to float in the water, it means that it is cooked and ready to serve.
13.  Serve with your favorite sauce, like this recipe for home made arribbiata sauce

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