This is one of my favorite meals I’ve made in a long time. I’m really happy that I made a full recipe because I ended up being able to have dinner last night, lunch today, and a reworked version tonight for dinner.
I still had a lot of pumpkin leftover last night and pretty much all I have in the pantry is various flours, so I thought pasta sounded good.
I also had a ton of potatoes, onions, and half a sweet potato which seemed like it would go well with the pasta.
I didn’t have anything for a sauce, so I just used olive oil and brown sugar (soooo good)
One of my favorite things to do with leftover homemade noodles is saute’ them the next day in olive oil because they never seem to taste as good as they did the first night. What made this even more amazing was that I added some brown sugar into the frying pan and let it carmelize on the vegetables and pasta.
The recipe I used is the same one I used a few weeks ago when I had people over, but I made a couple adjustments:
–combine 2 cups white flour, 2 tablespoons semolina, 3/4 tsp salt, and a dash of nutmeg in a food processor
-in a seperate bowl, whisk together 1/3 cup pumpkin and 1 medium egg
-briefly mix together in the food processor
-add one more medium egg and continue to mix until a ball of dough forms
-let dough rest for 30 minutes
While this was resting, I made my roasted veggies. I chopped 1 onion, 1 potato, and half a sweet potato, tossed them in olive oil and salt, and roasted them at 400 degrees C for 30 minutes.
After letting the dough sit, roll the dough through a medium thickness setting on your pasta machine and then use the fettuccine die. If you don’t have a pasta machine, just simply roll out the dough and use a knife or a pizza cutter to cut thin strips.
Boil pasta for 5 minutes, then toss with olive oil, brown sugar, and the roasted veggies
All this was more than enough for 3 meals, probably more for a pereson who isn’t ravenously hungry by the time they come home at night.
I’m not going to attempt to figure out the price, mainly because I bought the flours before I started keeping track of costs.