Homemade Fresh Pasta from Scratch

Sarah Lawrence, Graphic Designer + Pasta Maker

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7 Lessons (21m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Mixing the Dough

    • 3. Rolling out the Dough

    • 4. Cutting Into Fettuccine

    • 5. Conclusion

    • 6. Farfalle Demo

    • 7. Pappardelle Variation Demo

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27 of 31 students recommend this class
This is a class from a non-professional and I applaud her for showing us other ways to accomplish pasta making with a minimum of frustration.
Good if your new to past making. Simple.
if you want to make pasta watch this video!!!!!!!! this is super easy and not intimidating!
Eliza Dashwood

Life Student

I just bought a pasta machine and had no idea how to use it. This tutorial taught me how to make fresh pasta for the first time. Totally delicious result! Thanks!
Chris Cambell

Poet - Storyteller - Creative

She explains it simply and clearly. You can tell she has a lot of little tricks that come from working with fresh pasta for so long and I wish she'd have shared a few of those. However, most good cooks forget that those little things aren't common knowledge and so I completely understand why that probably never occurred to her to include. Great class.