Deep purple-red beets are used to transform classic fresh egg pasta into an eye-catching but simple main course. The root vegetable is boiled and puréed before it's mixed into the dough. The result is a neutral-flavored pasta that pairs well with a wide range of different sauces and fillings.
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We've shown you how to make classic fresh egg pasta; now we're taking it one step further, with a bright green dough, naturally colored with a spinach purée. The result is a versatile, neutral-flavored pasta that can be used for noodles, ravioli, tortellini, and beyond.
You can stop at classic fresh egg pasta, or you can transform the pale yellow noodles into a rich orange hue. This recipe is as easy to make as traditional Italian pasta, only it's colored with some added tomato paste. It yields a tender and delicate neutral-flavored pasta that goes with just about anything.
Aromatic squid ink is used to color this classic fresh egg pasta and give it a silky black hue. But while it may smell strong, the resulting noodles are relatively neutral in flavor. It's traditional to pair them with seafood, but they'll taste good with any sauce or added ingredients that play well with a subtle hint of brininess.
From The Kitchn Cookbook: Recipes, Kitchens & Tips to Inspire Your Cooking, by Sara Kate Gillingham and Faith Durand, this pizza dough recipe is quick and easy and results in a pleasantly chewy crust.
A light, springy, delicate fresh pasta, this recipe is as well-suited to slicing into noodles as it is to making stuffed pastas, which require thin, pliable sheets of dough.
Homemade masa dough might sound intimidating, but doesn't have to be: prepackaged masa harina, the coarse flour ground from hominy that's already been slaked with lime in the traditional manner, makes its preparation a snap. Enriched with lard and lightened with baking powder, the dough makes a flavor-packed base for a variety of dishes, including Mexican tacos, gorditas, and sopes, as well as Salvadoran pupusas.
A basic recipe for party-style Sicilian square pizza dough.
A basic Neapolitan-style pizza dough.
When discussing pizza most people automatically assume that Sicilian-style means a square pie with thick, chewy dough. The traditional pizzas of Sicily are square, but this is where the similarities with their U.S. counterparts end. Sicilian pizza, or sfincione, is...