Woodworking Plans

🔥+ Woodworking Plans 04 Aug 2020 This free woodworking plan will show you how to build an outdoor garden bench. ... Storage & Organization; Tools; Shop All Departments ... Douglas fir, or redwood for the legs; redwood, composite decking, ... From a 10' length of 4"×4" cut caps A and legs B to length using a miter saw (Cutting Diagram).

Woodworking Plans Flower Bed Heads. We know our way around a garden. ... Planting. We can plant whatever you want! Just let us know and we'll get right on it. walkway.jpg ...

Wood Towel Racks

    Pasta from Scratch

    • Slide title

      Write your caption here
      Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for for 1 last update 2020/08/04 ButtonButton
    • Slide title

      Write your caption here
      Button
    • Slide title

      Write your caption here
      Button
    • Slide title

      Write your caption here
      Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Button
    • Slide title

      Write your caption here
      Button
    • Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Slide title

      Write your caption here
      the 1 last update 04 Aug 2020 ButtonButton
    • Slide title

      Write your caption here
      the 1 last update 04 Aug 2020 ButtonButton
    • Slide title

      Write your caption here
      Button
    • Slide title

      Write your caption here
      Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for for 1 last update 2020/08/04 Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Button
    • Slide title

      Write your caption here
      Button
    4 servings (about 18 oz of dough) 
    or 12 sheets of pasta         
    There is nothing better than fresh homemade pasta. And, you will be nicely surprised that it doesn''t have to use a pasta machine at all and can continue just with your hands, a rolling pin, and a knife. This will require more skills in order to reach a precise outcome and will restrict you from certain kinds of pasta shapes. Another alternative is to purchase a pasta press (read more here).
    1.    Set water to preheat: 

    1.1.    Start with filling your large pot with water to ½ capacity and put on high heat until it begins to boil. This step doesn''t dust the pasta during the process enough (pasta that starts turning black can’t be used and needs to be discharged). This can happen only when drying in nests. 
    6.    Cooking dried homemade pasta will take longer than cooking fresh pasta. 

    B.    Cooking pasta
    Important: Do not cook homemade lasagna sheets (they will cook during the baking process for lasagna) or soup noodles (add them raw directly into the soup during the last minute of cooking).
     
    1.    Make sure that the water is boiling on high heat. Pasta needs to be cooked in boiling water on high heat. 
    2.    Then, create a whirlpool with tongs and place pasta into the boiling water.
    3.    Lift the pasta noodles with tongs a few times to prevent them from sticking together or stir if ravioli or tortellini. 
    4.    Make sure you don’t overcook pasta. The cooking time for most fresh (not dried) homemade pasta is only about 1 minute (it depends on the kind of pasta and thickness). Ravioli and tortellini cook until they start swimming. To be totally sure, you can take pieces or noodles of pasta out and taste them before you make the decision to finish cooking.
    5.    Drain water by pouring pasta over a colander, and from here, follow your pasta recipe. Do not leave the pasta to rest in the colander. It is still cooking (because of the hot temperature of pasta), and you can end up with overcooked pasta. Use them immediately in the next step or place them to cool on a baking sheet if you need more time.
    6.    After the pasta is cooked, I like to briefly sauté it on medium-high heat with 2 TBSP of frying oil to get more texture (about 1 - 2 minutes). This step is optional. 
    Tip:
    • Pasta forming: You can dip pieces of the dough in a flour bin instead of flouring them by hand. Another good alternative is to use a small strainer to distribute the flour.
    Cooking with Family © 2019
    Share by: