8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Much to my surprise it worked!,
This review is from: Kenwood Pasta Attachment AT936B - for Kenwood Chef and Major (Kitchen & Home)
My first experience was a bit different from above. The dough came together in less than 15 seconds and the Kenwood started rattling so I kneaded it by hand. Chilled in cling film for 15 minutes or so while I read the reviews here, thinking to glean some valuable hints, which I did! The key thing is to chop up the dough into 1cm cubes or smaller and feed them in evenly as the rotating blade clears at the bottom. Worked beautifully. My tip to add to the collection here, is do this with a second person and use a sharp knife to cut the lengths, rather than scissors which compress the ends of the tagliatelle and make them stick together and hard to separate. Lay the separated strands on baking parchment to dry for a little before you cook them. If you are going to store them or freeze then, fold up the strands before 'rigor mortis' sets in!