Flour & Water=Pasta

by David G. Culinary Director
Find out the history of Italian Pasta, links and recipe how to make professional fresh pasta from scratch
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A dish of pasta is now often served as a "piatto unico"(one-course meal), but never with salad. This is the typical meal of southern Italians, and it provides a healthy and well-balanced diet based on pasta plus a sauce consisting either of a small amount of meat, or some vegetables, legumes, cheese, or eggs. In Italy, pasta usually means dried pasta. Fresh pasta is eaten far less frequently and is by no means considered of higher quality, rather a different kind of food that can be better or worse, depending on how well it is made. Fresh Pasta: In Emilia-Romagna fresh pasta is made using only eggs and Italian 00 flour. The classic recipe you can find it here In other region one or two eggs might be replace with water, which produce a rather bodiless and less tasty pasta.

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