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Make fresh, incredible-tasting pasta in your home kitchen! Over 100 quality pasta recipes, nearly all of which are adapted to both extruder-type and roller-type pasta machines (and either manual or electric), with separate ingredient lists for each type of pasta machine.
Dough preparation is covered in detail, from ingredient selection to kneading and rolling, and a special section provides helpful serving hints. Recipes range from the basics to more exotic variations, and operation of various types of pasta machines is explained. Recipes for many grain types are included, such as wheat, corn, buckwheat, multigrain, rye, various beans, millet, amaranth, rice, teff, rice, oat/soy, triticale & more.
Pasta sauces are not overlooked, with many recipes plus a table showing the types of sauces traditionally served with each shape or cut of pasta. "Old hands" will learn a lot, and for newcomers it's simply a must-have—the initial how-to sections alone are worth the price of the book. By Donna German.
Paperback, 5-1/4 x 8-1/4", 176 pages.
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