Regular pasta is made from a special kind of flour dough. You roll it out and cut it into thin strips and cook as you would any pasta. I suppose you could use a pasta free flour and make a dough sturdy enough to roll out and make into pasta.
You might need to add an egg to make it hold together or at least zanthium gum. Then roll it out and cut into desired shapes, thin, thick or shaped liked stars or whatever.
by Lisa Brown 9 years ago
What makes pasta dough different from bread dough, or pie dough?
by Annette Gagliardi 10 years ago
I am on a gluten free diet and want to know how to cook with gluten free flours.
by ChasingAutumn 9 years ago
Is there a good substitute for all purpose flour when it comes to gluten free cooking?
by Andrew Spacey 21 months ago
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by John Harper 9 years ago
Do you have any recipes for gluten free treats for an eight year old girl who cannot handle gluten!Our daughter has suffered epilepsy fro five years, we have stopped it by cutting all gluten from her diet, but treats are a problem and she can only tolerate so many rice cakes!
by JS Matthew 9 years ago
How do you make Gluten Free Cupcakes? Any Delicious Recipes?
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