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Spelt Noodles


"I was making pasta for a friend who is on a wheat-free diet and almost despaired until I discovered white spelt flour. Don't confuse it and use regular organic spelt flour. Well, you can substitute, but it's not as much like wheat flour pasta ..."
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servings 297 cals
Original recipe yields 2 servings

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  1. (Preferred) Process all ingredients in a food processor until they form a ball that rides on the blades.
  2. You can also let a bread machine knead the ingredients for about 5 minutes. (I've never tried this, but have heard it works well.)
  3. Pasta can be rolled and cut in a regular (manual, hand-crank) pasta maker by passing it through repeatedly smaller (i.e., higher number) settings until nearly paper thin, and then run through the cutting blades. I am told it does not do so well in an automatic pasta maker.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 297 calories; 10.4 g fat; 42.2 g carbohydrates; 11.1 g protein; 93 mg cholesterol; 38 mg sodium. Powered by the ESHA Research Database © 2018, ESHA Research, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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I just want to point out that spelt is actually wheat. From celiac disease: "Spelt is a species of wheat and is NOT gluten-free. People who believe that spelt (scientifically known as...

So few ingredients however, getting the right cut and not overcooking was a challenge. First time cooking noodles with spelt. Keeping this one on file for future use. Thanks

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I have used spelt exclusively for over a decade. I consider wheat to be unfit to eat due to the many health issues associated with a toxic protein found in wheat called a lectin. This pasta reci...

The dough mixed really well in my kitchenaid mixer. It's much more sticky compared to semolina and wheat so I had to dust it with lots of flour while I rolled it out. I used the pasta roller a...