integrals Noodles with marjoram and cream of peas and potatoes. Knead it relaxes me. While lunging your hands in flour tensions dissolve and, Although I suffer from tendinitis that surely by the movement of knead not benefits, my mind goes blank. So every Sunday I plan to rest and finish, unfailingly, with the kneading a while’ fresh pasta or bread. Today I leave one of my many SPRING RECIPES that, Obviously, You can also replicate with a dried pasta, Maybe with egg. Although I have designed specifically for a semolina pasta.
Indeed, I suggest you also try you my dough method to relax a bit '. In addition, These noodles are integral, taken with a Sicilian wheat semolina Russello, fragrant. If you like homemade pasta, read my article on SIX FORMS OF RAVIOLI EASY AND FAST TO DO IN HOUSE and also look at the VIDEO TUTORIAL on my YouTube channel.
They are flavored with chopped marjoram, that makes them even more perfumed. Are also good topped with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and a little’ Pdo pecorino cheese. But I wanted to make the whole tagliatelle with cream of peas and marjoram spring even with a fast and simple dressing: a pea cream enriched with potato cubes.
Leave aside the pasta cooking water, because you will need it to make the fluid cream to perfection, so that, buttery with Parmesan and pecorino, coat voraciously noodles. And have a nice day!
200 grams of organic wholemeal semolina, I used the Sicilian variety Russello
lukewarm water, to taste (about 100 milliliters)
a pinch of salt
a teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil
fresh Marjoram, to taste
FOR THE SAUCE:
500 grams of fresh peas (net weight)
2 small potatoes, Yellow paste
extra virgin olive oil, to taste
salt and pepper, to taste
30 grams of shredded PDO Parmigiano Reggiano
50 grams of grated Pecorino romano Pdo
one shallot or fresh onion
vegetable stock or water, to taste
fresh Marjoram, to taste
lightly toasted chopped almonds or fillets, to taste
Prepare the dough: Finely chop the Marjoram. Pour the flour on the work surface, the extra virgin olive oil, the chopped Marjoram and a pinch of salt. Then add the warm water little by little at a time, knead vigorously. Add the necessary water and continue kneading until you get a dry dough, elastic, even and smooth. Wrap it in plastic wrap and let it rest at room temperature for at least 30 minutes. After this time, you will see that the dough has become soft and malleable. By hand or with a machine to make the dough pull the sheets (with I arrive at number six) and prepare the noodles by cutting them with a knife or with the appropriate die. Keep the dough on a cloth sprinkled with semolina and in cool, dry place until ready to use it.
For the sauce, wash potatoes, Peel them, cut into slices and then into cubes. Brown quickly over high heat in a pan the diced potatoes in a little extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper, until they are golden.
Finely chop the shallots or onion, Brown them in a pan with extra virgin olive oil and, When they wilted, combine the peas and a little' vegetable broth (or warm water). Season with salt, pepper and cook for 7-10 minutes, until the peas are tender not. Set aside a little peas and blend the rest together with the cooking liquid. Add a little oil and adjust salt if necessary.
Boil the noodles in salted water, drain and toss with pea cream and lots of cooking water how much needed to get an emulsion. Add the peas, the potato cubes and a few leaves of Marjoram and whip off the heat with parmigiano-Reggiano and pecorino, possibly adding a little more cooking water. Complete with chopped almonds and a sprig of Marjoram. Serve immediately, and Bon Appetit!
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