Firstly, the recipe on the website didn't list all the ingredients, missing out the flour, eggs, garlic and Parmesan cheese, thankfully the one I had emailed to me did, so I started by mixing the pasta dough with the Kenwood Dough Hook attachment, added the eggs, flour, a glug of olive oil and some salt for seasoning. After about 10 minutes, once kneaded, I placed the dough into cling film, put into the fridge and left for half an hour.
Then the fun began!
I attached the pasta making attachment to my Kenwood Chef, set the power to number 1 speed and fed the pasta through, then 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 speeds - as it grew thinner it became longer and I felt I was wrestling with a very lightweight snake!
I folded and cut it into 2cm strips but had nowhere to hang it either, so I used a coat hanger on the cupboard door as my oven is so low it would have touched the floor.
For the sauce, I chopped up an onion, garlic and tomatoes, softened the onions, added garlic, then wine, reduced it down and added the chopped tomatoes with some basil and seasoning - once again my kitchen was full of lovely aromatic smells. I placed the pasta into boiling water for a couple of minutes, drained and displayed it on a plate, pouring sauce over the top. I didn't have Parmesan cheese so grated a small amount of normal cheese over the top and served with a chilled glass of white wine. Yet another tasty dish delivered to the table.