Keto Pasta (using Keto Flour)
There's nothing quite like fresh pasta and with the aid of a Pasta Machine, it's super fast and easy to whip up a batch of pasta - at only 3g net carbs for the entire lot.
Ingredients (* = available here at Keto Store
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
1/2 teaspoon Salt*
164g (2 Cups) of Keto Flour*
2 teaspoons of Baking Soda* for boiling the pasta in
Stand mixer, Pasta Machine and Drying Rack
MAKE THE DOUGH
1 - Add 3 eggs, 1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil and 1/2 teaspoon of Salt into the bowl of a stand mixer.
2 - Add 2 cups of Keto Flour (210 grams) and mix to form a dough.
3 - Sprinkle a little bit of flour onto the working surface as well as your hands
4 - Remove the dough from the stand mixer.
5 - Flatten to form smaller parcels of dough that can pass through the pasta machine.
6 - Press to flatten so that it's not sticky, not cracked and formed well
7 - Flour both sides of the dough
ROLL THE PASTA THROUGH THE PASTA MACHINE
8 - Take a piece of the dough and run it through the lasagna flat roller part of the pasta machine. This will make a solid long thin piece of dough.
9 - Flour both sides of the freshly made pasta sheet
10 - For lasagna, cut rectangle pieces of thin dough. For spaghetti or fettuccine process the sheet through the cutting parts of the pasta machine.
11 - Once cut, hang the pasta over a drying rack.
BOIL THE PASTA
12 - Fill a large pot with water and 2 teaspoons of baking soda and bring it to the boil
13 - Place the noodles (approx half the batch) into the boiling water separating them carefully with a fork
14 - Boil for 2 minutes, stirring to make sure the noodles don't stick to each other.
15 - Drain the water off using a colander + serve with your favourite pasta sauce + meat.
Acknowledgement: This recipe and images are from Victoria Keto Kitchen on You Tube. She's creating, testing and innovating with so many new recipes using Keto Flour, the zero carb new standard. Search our website with "using Keto Flour" to see all the wonderful recipes being created and get what you need to make them yourself.