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Culinary Arts

Method: Rolling Pasta Dough

Gordon Ramsay

Lesson time 15:53 min

Gordon shows you how to roll out delicate, paper thin pasta that's perfect for ravioli, tortellini, fettuccine, and a variety of other noodles.

Gordon Ramsay
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Birgit S.

Ha! Poor Justin. Very fun lesson, almost as fun as I am nervous to make pasta like that without tearing it!

Mike V.

Great lesson.. One question. How do you use the marble top and not get marks on it? My marble top is very sensitive to water marks.

Michael S.

loved it . trying method tonight kneading and flour are secret to good pasta

Corey W.

I love how flirty (all in good fun of course) Ramsay is with his assistant. It brought joy to the whole episode. Makes me think making pasta might be a good project for my partner and I.

Shawn B.

I loved watching him with his assistant. It was lighthearted and super impressive to see how much pasta that dough ball yielded. How do you clean the machine if you don't wash it?

Téa T.

I discovered, that it is not necessary to wash pastamachine. Even if I did it before unfortunately... Generally, a great lesson on how to make homemade pasta end I liked that Gordon mixed eggs, not inside the flour, like most of Italians are doing. It Will be more simple to do.

Paul V.

Homemade pasta can be store in the refrigerator for 1 or 2 days or frozen for 2 to 3 months. It is also highly recommended that you vacuum seal them when you are done. I'd invest in the vacuum sealer first as they are a life saver for so many dishes! Plus it may be able to keep that pasta a little past a few days. The plus side is the fact that you make your own pasta without preservatives, you'll never buy store bought again. Oh and as far as the make and model of that pasta machine, you can just google pasta roller. It seems like a generic one and he even mentioned that in the video. When it comes to labor intensive items like meat grinder (manual) or pasta roller, generic will work fine as long as it's stainless. remember...DON'T WASH IT! (the pasta roller...wash the grinder always.

Leah W.

Can the pasta be frozen at all after you cut the shapes you want? How long can it stay in the fridge for?


This was hilarious but the assistant clearly doesn't understand or appreciate Gordon's humour. Still, made me LOL.


Poor, wonderful Justin. What a delightfully introverted person standing next to a total extrovert.