How to make and shape pasta
5 pasta shapes
Commonly known as bow-tie or butterfly pasta. Roll your pasta as thin as you can then cut into two inch rectangles, using two fingers pinch in the middle on the bottom half way up, then the opposite way from the top.
Fusilli comes in all shapes and sizes. Roll pencil thin, put the dough underneath your skewer or straw in this case, and roll all the way forward to make the spiral shape.
Very simple to make just roll the dough into a sausage, cut into rounds. Then using a bread knife similar to cavatelli but really stretch the dough so it tears. Then invert around your thumb so the broken dough is now facing outwards.
Tomato & courgette pasta bowl
Serves 4 - 35 min
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