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Just bought one and the measuring cup dose not have a oil line or a liquid line what do i use?

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Hello. Use a regular measuring cup or set of cups. J.

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Tips for Optimum Pasta
The dough should be evenly kneaded, and slightly moist to form a soft malleable dough. The dough should have the consistency which is not too dry or too moist.

The dough is too dry if it has a powdery, grainy consistency and breaks into small chunks. Add more liquid (water or vegetable juice) by the teaspoon until it has formed a smooth, malleable dough that is not sticking to the sides or the kneading spiral.

The dough is too moist if large lumps of dough remain stuck to the kneading spiral. Add flour by the teaspoon until it has formed a smooth, malleable dough that does not stick to the sides or the kneading spiral.

If you add a little bit of olive oil to the pasta dough, it will slide better through the outlet openings of the pasta attachments.

For the pasta dough, you can use both normal household flour as well as wholegrain flour, gluten free flour, or flour made from durum wheat semolina. Different types of flours will require a different amount of liquids. Reserve some liquid and add it slowly for best results. Document your process so you can repeat it in the future.

Vegetable juices made, for example, from spinach, carrots or tomatoes are ideal for adding color and nutrients to your pasta.

Sprinkle flour on your pasta directly as it emerges from the outlet opening and place it down separated on a smooth floured surface to dry. This will prevent the pasta from sticking together.

Cooking time for fresh pasta is much shorter than for dried pasta from the supermarket; 2-4 minutes is usually sufficient. Thinner pastas, however, may require an even shorter cooking time. We recommend you check the pasta at regular intervals until the pasta is "al dente".

Fresh pasta can be kept for 1-2 days in the fridge and frozen in the freezer for as long as 6 months. To stop the pasta from sticking, you should lay the pasta out to dry for 1-2 hours before you store it in the fridge or freeze it.

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GARLIC PASTA
Add 2 cloves of garlic (crushed or pureed) to the liquid in a full load of pasta. Cook and serve with sauce and cheese.

TWO MINUTE CLAM SAUCE FOR LINGUINE
Pasta: Linguine or Spaghetti
3 Tbsp.
Olive oil
2 Tbsp.
Garlic - finely chopped
1 can
Clams with juice
3 Tbsp.
Oregano
1/2 cup
White wine (optional)
1/2 cup
Prepared pasta sauce (optional)
Fresh ground pepper (to taste)
Crushed red pepper
Saute garlic and clams in olive oil. Add oregano, pepper and crushed red pepper to taste. If desired, add white wine and/or prepared pasta sauce. Pour over pasta, garnish with minced parsley.

FETTUCCINI & CHICKEN
Pasta: Fettuccini (with 2 Tbsp. olive oil or butter)
4 large or 6 small pieces of boned chicken cut in chunks
2 Tbsp.
Garlic - finely chopped
2 Tbsp.
Italian seasoning
2 Tbsp.
Parsley
Olive oil
Salt & pepper
Bake or saute chicken in olive oil with garlic and seasoning until done.
Place chicken on freshly cooked fettuccini and serve hot. For variety,
add sauteed mushrooms and/or bell pepper. Add Parmesan cheese.

HUNGARIAN PAPRIKA PASTA
To a regular full load of pasta add 2 tablespoons of paprika to the liquid
and stir well before adding to the flour as it mixes.

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Pasta: Fettuccine, Linguine or Rigatoni
Great with any pasta, but this is very tasty with spinach pasta! Make your liquid for the pasta with fresh spinach juice or mix spinach with a small amount of water in a blender and strain before adding to the egg and oil mixture.
1 Tbsp.
Butter
1 tsp.
Garlic - finely chopped
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Parmesan cheese
2 Tbsp.
Fresh dill
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Tomatoes - diced
Salt & pepper to taste
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RUSSIAN BORSCHT P ASTA
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PASTA WITH SUN DRIED TOMATOES & PINE NUTS
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1 clove
Garlic - finely chopped
2 Tbsp.
Italian herbs
1/4 cup
Sun dried tomato - cut tomatoes in 1/8" slices
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Pine nuts
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Pasta: Any of your favorites
6 Tbsp.
Olive oil
2 Tbsp.
Garlic - minced
2 Tbsp.
Basil - fresh, minced
1 cup
Ripe tomatoes - diced
Salt & pepper to taste
Parmesan cheese
Saute garlic. Add basil to hot skillet. Remove from heat and stir in fresh diced tomatoes. Pour lightly over fresh pasta. Serve with Parmesan cheese.

ARTICHOKE & BUTTER PASTA
Use 2 measuring cups of flour. Fill to "Oil+Egg+Liquid" line with: 1 egg, 2 tablespoons melted butter and fill to top of "Oil+Egg+Liquid" line with liquefied (pureed) artichoke hearts (cooked, or cooked and marinated) after straining artichoke juice through sieve. Serve with remaining artichoke hearts.

SOUTHWEST CHILI PASTA
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Here are the measurements for basically every pasta maker:
Full Load
Liquid: 2 eggs and water to total 7 oz.
Flour: 3 1/2 cups flour with a small amount of olive oil (1 tsp?)

Half Load
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Flour: 1 3/4 cups flour with a small amount of olive oil (1/2 tsp?)

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2 EGGS PLUS WATER = 3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons (not all recipes in the manual
use eggs, but all do use 2 teaspoons of oil which would be included as part of
the liquid. For recipes using an egg or eggs, put the oil and egg(s) in the
measuring cup then add water to total 3/4 cup)

ALL WATER = 2/3
cup

ALL EGGS = 1 cup

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2 EGGS PLUS WATER = 3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons (not all recipes in the manual
use eggs, but all do use 2 teaspoons of oil which would be included as part of
the liquid. For recipes using an egg or eggs, put the oil and egg(s) in the
measuring cup then add water to total 3/4 cup)

ALL WATER = 2/3
cup

ALL EGGS = 1 cup

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I never did get the measuring cup for my Ronco Pasta maker and they said it was no longer available and suggested I try trial and error. I bought this machine so that I would not have to trial and error...


I measured and wrote amounts below in my instruction book in case I misplace the measuring cup.
Full Load
Liquid: 2 eggs and water to total 7 oz.
Flour: 3 1/2 cups flour with a small amount of olive oil (1 tsp?)

Half Load
Liquid: 1 egg and water to total 4 oz.
Flour: 1 3/4 cups flour with a small amount of olive oil (1/2 tsp?)

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