Spinach Pasta

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Grandma LOVES spinach pasta. This recipe was designed to make quick, but good, spinach pasta using a Kitchen Aid, and will make a total of about eight servings. We’ve also substituted Collard Greens and Kale with excellent results. Since I created this recipe though, I found a great source of spinach pasta at Amazon.com. CLICK HERE to see what I buy these days. Even Grandpa takes a quality shortcut now and then.



  • 4 C AP Flour
  • 1 block froezen spinach (drained, chopped and squeezed)
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1/2 C Flax
  • 1/2 C Whole Wheat Flour
  • 1/2 C water
  • 1/4 C EVOO


  1. Mix until like Playdough
    Add a spoonful of water or a spoonful of flour to adjust if necessary
  2. Cut into four pieces
  3. Roll into skinny long rope – about 12 inches long
  4. Roll to about 1/4 inch with rolling pin
  5. Put into pasta roller at 1 for one pass
  6. Fond and repeat on 1 about four more times
  7. Return into pasta roller at 3 for three more passes
    NOTE: The continued rolls will improve the consistency of the resulting pasta
  8. Put through pasta cutter, controlling the strands as they come out
  9. Hang over board or broom handle for 20-30 minutes in four separate groups
  10. Take each group and divide again into 4-8 groups and wind VERY LOOSELY into nests
  11. Set aside to dry for 24 hours before bagging and storing
    Make sure they dry out before storing or they will mold
  12. Will keep about two weeks.  Four in the refrigerator.

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