- 200 grams (1-1/2 cups) flour
- 1 egg
- 100 grams spinach
Spinach pasta recipe
Combine the juicing and homogenizing functions of your juicer in this simple recipe.
Many horizontal juicers can also be used to make pasta. This requires a blank screen (also known as a homogenizing screen) and pasta nozzles. Many juicers from top brands like Sana, Omega, and Hurom include these accessories. This recipe uses both the juicing and pasta-making abilities of a horizontal juicer to make a simple and delicious pasta from just a few ingredients.
Juice the spinach, using the juicing screen. If your juicer includes both a fine and coarse screen, use the fine screen. You will need about three tablespoons of spinach juice.
Mix all ingredients together and knead well to make dough. A food processor or bread machine with a kneading setting can be helpful. We used the Sana Smart Bread Maker to knead the dough.
Roll the dough into tubes which will fit into the juicer's feeding tube.
Prepare a pasta drying rack to place the pasta as it comes out of the juicer. You can also use a towel dusted with flour.
Using the blank screen and desired pasta nozzle shape, process each tube of dough, one at a time. Use scissors to cut the pasta as it comes out, and place on the drying rack or towel.
Let the pasta dry for a few minutes, then cook in a pot of boiling water. Remember, fresh pasta cooks much faster than dry pasta. It should be ready in less than 5 minutes. Drain in a colander and rinse with cold water.
The pasta is ready to eat. Serve with your favorite sauce.
We used a Sana 707 juicer for this recipe, but all of the following juicers in our eshop are suitable: