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Tagliatelle with Porcini Mushrooms and Parmesan Cheese Sauce

Creamy salty parmesan sauce on fresh tagliatelle with amazing smooth mushrooms! This is a restaurant-worthy recipe!

  • ( Scored 5 on 1 reviews )

Gina Standefer:

Another great pasta recipe that I had a lot of fun making and, especially, eating! This sauce is great with most pasta, and we really can't get enough

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We love a good mushroom dish, and while porcini mushrooms aren't always in season (look for them starting in June), you can always work with a good-quality dried porcini mushroom, which are available all throughout the year.

And what goes perfectly with porcini mushrooms? Freshly rolled and cut Tagliatelle noodles. There's nothing else like it. The creamy sauce envelopes the freshly prepared egg-based pasta in a warm blanket of a dressing, the ideal recipe to highlight the high quality of Italian dried porcini mushrooms.

If you're looking for a new recipe and tips on what to make with Italian dried porcini mushrooms, this is the answer you've been looking for.

Get a step up on your Italian Porcini pasta with a pre-prepared pasta dough - bring the dough to room temperature before proceeding with the rest of the fresh pasta process. For other fantastic fresh pasta ideas and recipes, be sure to check ou the Mamablip recipe index focusing on fresh handmade pasta specialities.

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Ingredients

for 4 servings

Homemade Tagliatelle Dough

  • All-purpose flour 200 grams
  • Semola flour 100 grams
  • Egg 3
  • Salt pinch

Tagliatelle with Mushrooms and Parmesan Sauce Ingredients

  • Dried Porcini Mushrooms 120 grams
  • Garlic Cloves 1
  • White wine 120 grams
  • Parmesan cheese (Grated) 100 grams
  • Milk 100 grams
  • Extra-virgin olive oil 80 grams
  • Parsley (Stem) 1
  • Salt and Pepper as needed

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Preparation

for 4 servings

Step

1

Of 3

To Make the Pasta

In a medium bowl, blend the semola flour with eggs, and knead to reach smooth, soft consistency that holds its shape when formed into a ball.

Continue kneading dough with your palm on a floured working surface.  Keep kneading until dough is soft, elastic, and compact.  Shape dough into a ball, and cover with plastic wrap to maintain elasticity.  Allow to rest at room temperature for at least 15 minutes.

Remove plastic wrap, and continue kneading dough while shaping the dough into a rectangle approximately the width of the pasta machine to be used.

Begin rolling out dough using prepared pasta machine, generously dusting the machine with semola to prevent dough from sticking to pasta machine.  Flatten dough through machine until desired thickness is reached, adjusting knobs to make dough thinner each time it passes through machine.  

Dust working space with semola.  Once you have reached desired thickness, cut pasta dough into working sizes.  Place noodle cutter onto pasta machine, and pass each piece through to to create noodle shapes.  Form into a nest shape, and rest on wooden kitchen board dusted well with additional semola flour. 

Step

2

Of 3

Prepare the Sauce

Place mushrooms in 1/c cup of room temperature water.  Allow to rehydrate for approximately 15 minutes, drain and set aside. 

Reserve mushroom liquid (which can be used in for making risotto or other vegetable dishes).  Heat olive oil in a large sauté pan, and add garlic clove that has been smashed and left with the skin on.  

Add the mushrooms to the pan, cook on high for approximately 2 minutes.  Add white wine, allow to evaporate off.  In another small pan, heat the milk to relatively hot but not boiling.  Add Parmesan cheese, and stir well. 

Remove both pans from the heat, and set aside.


 

Step

3

Of 3

Finish the Dish

Cook pasta in boiling water for 6-8 minutes.  Once done and reached desired consistency, drain. 

Add pasta to pan with mushrooms, add the cream sauce and toss everything well, adding additional olive oil if too dry.  

Serve hot.

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Reviews

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Gina Standefer Monday 29th of March 2021

Tagliatelle Mushrooms and Sauce

Another great pasta recipe that I had a lot of fun making and, especially, eating! This sauce is great with most pasta, and we really can't get enough

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