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Old 03-09-17, 06:11 PM
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Originally Posted by genec View Post

The comments about the dough above are correct... getting the machine to work wasn't the issue, getting the dough right was. Saw something on Create TV the other day about using a food processor to make the dough... may give that a shot.
After trying various methods, I find I prefer doing it entirely by hand, or if lazy, starting with a food processor, but finishing by hand. One of the keys to good pasta is not overworking the dough, which can become tough and pasty. Overworking is too easy with a machine, so I prefer maintaining "feel" by working the dough by hand, same as I do for bread and pie crusts.
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