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Homemade pasta breaks apart when cooking in boiling water

jzhang172 | Jan 16, 202005:24 PM     12

What causes this? I tried following the recipe as thorough as I could. When I cut the pasta with my pasta cutter, everything held up nicely. It didn't break up in my hands when I tossed it around. But after adding it to the boiling water, all the noodles cut up to a couple of pieces each. Did I add too little or too much of something?

What I made was pistachio pasta. Ingredients were water, pistachio (grounded), tipo 00 flour, durum flour, olive oil, eggs

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