Whether you love your pasta creamy or saucy, vegetarian or with chicken, it’s time to gorge on some delicious pasta. Making homemade pasta can sound tough but it’s worth the effort. Because store-bought pasta can never match the texture and flavor of homemade ones. The making of the dough and rolling it in the pasta machine can also be fun. Unlock the art of making fresh pasta with JCPenney’s range of pasta makers. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use a pasta maker machine without a pasta roller and getting your dough right.
How To Use a Pasta Maker Machine
Making lip-smacking, light, ethereal pasta doesn’t always require a lot of time. Making fresh homemade pasta is easy, simply add all the ingredients and push the start button. Go for the Hamilton Beach Electric Pasta Maker to have pasta in less than 15 minutes or less. This pasta machine mixes, kneads, and extrudes the pasta for you in less than four steps. The internal scale measures the flour and calculates the liquid requirement as well. In addition, it’s dishwasher safe making it hassle-free to clean up later.
2 ¼ cups of all-purpose flour
3 large eggs
Pinch of salt
Step 1: With a help of measuring tool pour the flour into the pasta maker. Next, carefully crack the eggs and add them as well.
Step 2: Add a pinch of salt to the eggs and select the function you require. It mixes and extrudes pasta automatically.
Step 3: Choose from the different pasta shapes, as per your requirement, and get creative with flavors by adding vegetable juices and purees or different flours.
Step 4: Once your handmade pasta is ready. Grab a Dutch oven and keep water for boiling. Add a small amount of salt and add your pasta. Fresh-made pasta does not take more than 2 or 3 minutes to cook. The pasta is cooked when the color is lightened and is al dente (firm but tender to bite). Drain the pasta well and serve it with your choice of sauce.
Pasta is always the right answer when someone asks what’s for dinner? And we think it’s safe to say that everyone loves pasta! It pairs well with so many different foods, flavors, and types of cuisines. So, grab a pasta maker today and indulge in some delicious pasta. Click loads of pictures of your pasta-making adventure and tag us at #AllAtJCP. Then, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to see if you are featured.