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Learn How To Make the Best and Easiest Keto Fiber Noodles Recipe using only 3 Ingredients in 8 minutes. Those Keto Pasta Noodles made with our famous Oat Fiber bring the world of low-carb pasta as close to regular noodles but entirely gluten-free, grain-free, and diabetic-friendly.

Spinach and Turmeric Keto Fiber Noodles on a 2 plates
Keto Fiber Noodles

Served with low-carb pasta sauces such as marinara, bolognese sauce, alfredo, or carbonara, there are no more worries that we can not have a proper pasta dinner in our lifestyle.

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Those delicious Keto Fiber Noodles are easy to make and can be used as an addition to soups, pasta dishes, lasagna, and whatever you desire. 

Low Carb Pasta Noodles

After making keto pasta out of various and almost all the low-carb ingredients, I can confidently say that I am a real chef in making homemade pasta recipes. 

My recipes, such as Egg Noodles, Spaghetti, Low Carb Pasta, 3 Ingredient Keto Pasta, Gnocchi, Lasagna, Fettuccine Noodles, or Soup Noodles, are proof of that. Each one of the recipes is extra delicious, super comforting, and the closest to the real pasta you can get. 

And that is just a small example of everything I have here on the blog. 

I have summarized all the possible keto pasta noodles in a separate blog, where you can find homemade pasta and noodles made out of various vegetables or store-bought keto pasta and noodles variations. 

Homemade Keto Noodles

Have you ever tried making Keto Noodles in your home?

Those are entirely Carb-free and full of Fiber we all need.

A much healthier option than the normal noodles we have been used to in our previous lifestyle.

Low Carb Pasta Alternatives

What noodles can you eat on keto?

As you might have probably already tried and researched, there are great options to make and use Keto Noodles. They could be done from different varieties of ingredients and flavors.

You can choose from:

  • Vegetable Noodles – noodles made of Zucchini, Kohlrabi, Pumpkin, and Asparagus, such as our Asparagus Tagliatelle, Cabbage, Hearts of Palm, Eggplants, Cucumber, roots of broccoli, and much more. The choices are enormous
  • Shirataki Noodles – store-bought and not easy to make at home, but a great alternative. They are made from the fiber of Konjac Roots and are usually sold in water containers. They are easy to make and can be added to your dish. They will quickly soak up flavors. Try our Shirataki Chicken Noodles Recipe as an example. 
  • Kelp Noodles – are made from Seaweed and are sold primarily in a dry form.
  • Homemade Keto Egg Noodles – made with a mixture of eggs and one of the Keto Flours.
  • Palmini Noodles – made from the hearts of palms, bought and used for our Keto Baked Feta Pasta.
  • Fathead Noodles –  made from the famous fat-head dough containing mostly mozzarella cheese, eggs, and one of the keto flour.
  • Cauliflower rice – which is an excellent replacement for rice in sushi as an example
  • GnocchiKeto Gnocchi Italian Pasta – perfect Potato flavor type without having potatoes in it
  • Oat Fiber Noodles – today’s recipe, which is one of the most popular in our house as well.
  • SpaghettiKeto Spaghetti – perfect for any choice of Italian Sauce.
Keto Fiber Noodles mix of green and yellow noodles
Low Carb Fiber Pasta

Keto Pasta Noodles

What kind of Keto Noodles to choose?

The idea for Keto Noodles came on 2 occasions.

First was when I started making our famous Keto Fiber Bread and realized that Potato or Oat Fiber is a perfect replacement for flour in our Keto or Low-Carb lifestyle. 

The second push came when we visited our friends, and I saw their Italian Pasta Machine. At that moment, I knew I had to try it and make something we would all be happy with. They were kind enough to lend me the gadget for a few days to explore and do my experiments.

You can just imagine how excited my family was when 7 days in a row, they got various types of low-carb pasta and keto noodles. 

That is, unfortunately, or fortunately, the way the family of a food blogger lives. 

Types of keto-friendly pasta

  1. Fat Head Dough Pasta for the kitchen pasta machine

1st day – 1st attempt:

My first attempt was the Fat Head Dough. I made it, rolled it, and tried it. But the problem with Fathead dough was the cheese. The way this machine works is that while you are rolling it through, the dough gets pressed into a thinner and thinner piece and then subsequently gets cut into your desired pasta type. I was unfortunately not able to get it into really thin slices except one time. And therefore, I have decided not to go with this option. 

I have also tried to cook the Fathead pasta I could get from the machine, but it was not as tasty as I expected.

I have to add that I was somehow pretty disappointed because, for some reason, this was the dough that came to my mind immediately after seeing the Pasta Machine. 

  1. Psyllium Husk Pasta

2nd day – 2nd attempt:

Psyllium Husk. I have seen many noodle recipes using Psyllium Husk and thought no further than trying those. Made a few flavors, different types. Let my daughter try them, but she was not fond. As most of the recipes on the blog are the ones my daughter loves, I had to work on them much more. I would rather have one recipe properly tried and tested, like 5, which are not Top notch. And as my daughter is picky, she is a perfect target for all trials. 

So without further adieu, I have gone to continue doing my experiments entirely from scratch.

Let me tell you, I have made 8 different types of dough to compare and was ready to pick one. The best one. 

  1. Various Keto Noodles Recipes

3rd day – 3rd attempt:

I have made 4 different Keto Noodles 

  1. Almond Flour Noodles
  2. Fiber Noodles
  3. Egg Noodles
  4. Psyllium Noodles – I kept them just in case

Had it tried by 4 friends, and guess what the outcome was? Everyone liked something different. But after an honest discussion on what I might change a bit, where I might add something a bit, we concluded and picked two winners. 

One of those winners was our Keto Fiber Noodles.

Keto Fiber Noodles green on a white plate
Spinach Fiber Noodles

The Best Keto Fiber Noodles

4th attempt – 4th – 5th – 6th Day:

In those days, I kept combining different ingredients and tried to pick the most tasteful one, which would come onto the blog and be loved by all.

Towards the end, it was not easy because you had tasted so many pasta variations that you could not remember which one was which and how it tasted.

I even made a tiny Excel sheet with all the noodles and their variations, which I then stuck next to the actual noodles and made some pictures, so I do not forget which. They, unfortunately, look similar, but the taste is different. And I knew for sure, after a few weeks, I would have no idea which one was which. 

Best Looking Keto Noodles

7th day – Last attempt:

I had the winners on this day and was just experimenting with the best looks. This was the most enjoyable day, I have to say.

What are Keto Fiber noodles?

Keto Fiber Noodles are noodles made of already so popular Oat Fiber. I have made this particular recipe with both oat fiber and potato fiber, and the result is almost identical, so it depends on which fiber you can purchase. I know that in the US, it is practically impossible to buy Potato Fiber, so Oat Fiber is a great replacement.

Oat Fiber Recipes

If you would like to learn a bit more about both Potato Fiber and Oat Fiber, I have written about them entirely in our Keto Fiber Bread Rolls Recipe. And, of course, Oat Fiber Pasta which is made from only 3 Ingredients.

The whole list of all Oat Fiber Recipes is also for you to look at.

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Is Oat Fiber Keto?

Oat fiber is a fiber made out of the skin of the oats, leaving the actual oats out. The husk or the outer shell of oats does not contain carbohydrates and is pure fiber. 
Grinding them into a powder is reminiscent of the flour-like consistency, perfect for our lifestyle cooking and baking.  

Fibers to use in Keto Cooking

Both oat fiber and potato fiber are pure fibers that do not contain carbohydrates and do not raise blood sugar levels. 

As my daughter has T1 Diabetes and carries a continuous blood sugar monitor, all the recipes are tried and tested with her directly. We see immediately if some ingredient raises blood sugar, even though it is promoted as low Carb or Sugar-Free. Those ingredients go immediately out of our house. 

This is proof that whatever recipe you take from our website is a recipe tested on a diabetic person, and therefore it is foolproof. 

Pasta machine for keto noodles

While this recipe is made with a Pasta machine, you do not have to be worried if you do not own one. I would suggest first trying your pasta without it, and if you are happy with the noodles and are ready to purchase, buy the machine only afterward. 

In the end, it is another gadget that needs to fit into your kitchen. But by all means, if you love making pasta and enjoy different varieties, this is a great gadget. You can experiment with it and make unbelievable different variations of pasta dishes.

I would say the thin noodles such as spaghetti or soup noodles, as seen in the picture, are only achievable with the Pasta Machine. I can not imagine you will be able to cut them into this lovely thin shape manually. 

How to make Keto Fiber Noodles without a pasta machine?

If you do not have the machine, just follow the instructions on the recipe card. Once the dough is baked and cooled, you have two different choices on how to make them

  1. Gently roll the whole dough. With a sharp knife, slice it into the desired thickness. In that way, you can make Tagliatelle, Linguine, Pappardelle, Fettuccini, Pizocherri.
  2. Once the dough is baked, just use a pizza cutter (the one with wavy shape rolls) if you want to make something like Reginette or Lasagne. Simply cut the slices into your desired sizes. 
Keto Fiber Noodles with spinach
Low Carb Spinach Noodles

Flavors and colors of keto pasta noodles

As you see in our recipe, I have made one of the noodles together with fresh spinach leaves. This gave us a great flavor and the perfect bright green color of the noodles.

You can experiment with various ingredients for that extra color and flavor, such as:

Rainbow Keto Pasta variations:

  • Purple or deep pink – Roasted Beets
  • Light green – Spinach fresh or frozen, Basil Pesto, Wild Garlic Pesto
  • Green – Wasabi
  • Dark green – Kale 
  • Turquoise – Spirulina
  • Yellow – Saffron 
  • Orange – Turmeric
  • Deep orange – Pumpkin Puree
  • Red – Sun-dried tomatoes or tomato paste
  • Gray – Black olives
  • Dark gray to black – Black Squid or Charcoal

Low Carb Noodles

Kitchen Gadgets needed:

  • Hand Blender
  • Baking sheet
  • Silicone sheet
  • Past Machine

Ingredients needed:

  • Eggs 
  • Cream Cheese
  • Oat Fiber
  • Fresh Spinach – Optional

*Exact measurements are listed in the recipe card below.

STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING NO-CARB PASTA USING FIBER

First Step: Prepare Ingredients

Prepare all ingredients and heat the oven to 150 Celsius or 300 Fahrenheit

Eggs and cream cheese should be at room temperature for the best result. 

If you would like to use other vegetables for flavors or colorings, prepare those as well. 

As you can see in the video, I have also used fresh spinach for the green color in one pasta. You can also use frozen spinach. Just make sure all of the liquid is squeezed out. 

Low Carb Fiber Noodles ingredients needed.
Keto Fiber Noodles

Second Step: Mix

Place all the ingredients into the Magic Bullet or a blender you use. Blend all thoroughly until creamy, silky consistency. 

Low Carb Pasta Noodles blending the batter.
Low Carb Fiber Noodles

Third Step: Pour, Spread, and Bake

Pour onto a baking sheet covered with a silicone sheet lining. 

Using your spatula, spread it all over the sheet, completely thin. If any holes appear, try to cover them gently.  

If you see lots of bubbles, gently bang the baking sheet against the kitchen counter to break them all up because of overmixing. 

Too many bubbles might raise the pasta and make it thick and spongy. 

Gently place into the oven and bake for 8 minutes. 

Keto Noodles spreading the batter onto the baking sheet.
Low Carb Pasta Noodles

Fourth Step: Cut with Pasta Machine

Once your baked pasta sheet is cooled, cut the ends in case they are extremely thin or crusty. Cut your sheet into four pieces to fit the size of your pasta machine. 

Pick the shape and let it gently roll through the pasta machine to give you a perfect shape of noodles or spaghetti.

You can also use the sheets as a lasagna, which I did with our egg noodles

If you do not have a pasta machine, roll the sheet into a log and cut it into your desired shape using a sharp knife. 

No Carb Pasta cutting with pasta machine.
Keto Noodles

Tips and Tricks:

  • Size of the Pan – I used 41x35cm
  • Type of pan – make sure your pan is as straight as possible to pour the batter at the thinnest. 
  • Silicone sheet with edges – after several pasta recipes, I have found the best is to purchase a silicone sheet with edges on the sides.
  • Bubbles – in case you see too many bubbles before baking, bang the batter against the kitchen counter to break them.
  • Dry corners – if you see some corners very dry, cut them out.
  • Serving – add the pasta into the bowl and serve hot sauce over it. You can warm it up slightly in the microwave, but no need to cook.
  • No pasta machine – roll the sheet into a log and cut it into your desired shape using a sharp knife. 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Substitute for Oat Fiber

Instead of using oat fiber, you can replace it with potato or bamboo fiber if available. Otherwise, almond flour or psyllium husk works as well with just a bit of a different flavor. 

Do you have to cook keto noodles before serving?

No, you do not have to cook fiber noodles. They have already been baked and are ready to consume immediately. If you are using them later on, you can slightly warm them up in the microwave and pour the hot sauce over them, which will also warm them up. 

What to serve with Keto Pasta noodles?

You can prepare a perfect complete meal using our sauces such as:

How do you store Keto Fiber Noodles?

I like to use them fresh, and once I make them, I try to use them on the same day. To make it easier and fresher, they are better in taste. If you want to store it, you can keep it in the container and leave it in the fridge for four days. They are already cooked and would need to be reheated.

Can you freeze Keto Fiber Noodles?

I suggest cutting the baked dough into four bigger sheets if you want to freeze them. Place parchment paper between each sheet and keep it in the freezer. You will later be able to take as many sheets as you need without them each freezing into one another. 

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Spinach and Turmeric Keto Fiber Noodles on a 2 plates

Keto Fiber Noodles

Zuzana Paar
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Learn How To Make the Best and Easiest Keto Fiber Noodles Recipe using only 3 Ingredients in 8 minutes. Those Keto Pasta Noodles made with our famous Oat Fiber bring the world of low-carb pasta as close to regular noodles but entirely gluten-free, grain-free, and diabetic-friendly.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Total Time 13 minutes
Course Main dishes
Cuisine International
Servings 2
Calories 195 kcal

Ingredients
 
 

Instructions
 

  • Prepare all ingredients and heat the oven to 150 Celsius or 300 Fahrenheit
  • Place all the ingredients into the Magic Bullet or a blender you use. Blend all thoroughly until creamy, silky consistency. 
  • Pour onto a baking sheet covered with a silicone sheet lining. Using your spatula, spread it all over the sheet, completely thin. If any holes appear, try to cover them gently.  Place into the oven and bake for 8 minutes.
  • Once your baked pasta sheet is cooled, cut the ends in case they are extremely thin or crusty. Cut your sheet into four pieces to fit the size of your pasta machine.  Pick the shape and let it gently roll through the pasta machine to give you a perfect shape of noodles or spaghetti.

Video

Notes

  • Size of the Pan – I used 41x35cm
  • Type of pan – make sure your pan is as straight as possible to pour the batter at the thinnest. 
  • Silicone sheet with edges – after several pasta recipes, I have found the best is to purchase a silicone sheet with edges on the sides.
  • Bubbles – in case you see too many bubbles before baking, bang the batter against the kitchen counter to break them.
  • Dry corners – if you see some corners very dry, cut them out.
  • Serving – add the pasta into the bowl and serve hot sauce over it. You can warm it up slightly in the microwave, but no need to cook.
  • No pasta machine – roll the sheet into a log and cut it into your desired shape using a sharp knife. 

Nutrition

Serving: 1gCalories: 195kcalCarbohydrates: 4gProtein: 10gFat: 16gSaturated Fat: 8gPolyunsaturated Fat: 2gMonounsaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0.03gCholesterol: 274mgSodium: 189mgPotassium: 170mgFiber: 3gSugar: 1gVitamin A: 1441IUVitamin C: 2mgCalcium: 72mgIron: 1mg

Disclaimer

Please note that nutrient values are estimates only. Variations can occur due to product availability and manner of food preparation. Nutrition may vary based on methods of origin, preparation, freshness of ingredients, and other factors.

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Last Updated: September 09, 2022

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  1. Zuzana: What size pan did you use? I have a pasta machine and want to roll this. My first attempt, the baked fiber pasta was too thin and crumbled when I tried to roll it (knew I should have used 3 eggs). I was using a fairly large baking pan.

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    • Dear Sherry,

      I have used a standard size baking sheet, which fits into European ovens. Make sure, the bottom of the pan is as straight as possible. I have two baking pans and only one is fully straight. I always make sure, the liquid is spread as thin as possible for the pasta to be really soft and more like a real one.

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      • This weekend I’ll give it one more try. I used a very large and a small baking sheet, and it didn’t work out with either. I have a medium sheet – if that doesn’t work, I give up ?

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        • Dear Sherry,
          Finally back home from holidays, so I have now measured my pan. It is 41x35cm. Hope that helps a bit. As you see in the video. I spread it completely thin. Almost, where I had to fill the holes in. I just hope it will work this time for you.

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  2. Hello, this may be just what Ive been looking for! After the noodles have been baked and cut, how do you prepare them for the meal? Do they need boiling or steaming to plate?
    I just found your blog and am enjoying the style of your recipes.
    Thanks so much

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    • Dear Sheron,
      Hi and I am happy you found us. I just warm up the noodles. they are already baked, so except of making them warm, you do not need anything else.

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  3. Has anyone tried this with Psyllium husk powder instead of oat fiber? Is the oat fiber very absorbent? The psyllium husk powder is so if I try this, I’m trying to figure out if I should use a 1:1 substitution or try some other ratio.

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    • Dear Phyllis,
      No, it is NOT: Be careful. The oat flour has got so many carbs and it is not allowed in our lifestyle. In the recipe, I have linked where you can purchase the Fiber from.

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      • I have ‘Googled’ potato fiber vs potato starch but the search engine always changes fiber to flour. Can you tell me if potato fiber is the same as unmodified potato starch? I can’t have grains in any form so I can’t use the oat fiber. I also can’t have cooked potato but I can have the unmodified potato starch and didn’t know if the starch is the same as the fiber. Thank you.

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        • Dear Jennifer,

          Potato starch and potato fiber are two different things. But Oat Fiber is very similar to potato fiber and used in the recipes instead of potato one. It is not a grain, but if you can not use oat fiber for some reason, I do believe you should refrain from potato fiber as well. I am in the process of developing another noodles without the potato fiber, so if you have a bit of patience, it should come onto the website.

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  4. I have tried this recipe twice to fail for various reasons. Each time I got a delicious product but not “noodles.” The first time, the noodles broke up when I ran it through my Marcato. I ate the messy noodles, which looked more like rice than noodles. It tasted good but that wasn’t what I wanted.

    I didn’t know what I did wrong but the pan wasn’t flat or “straight” as you call it. Next time, I used a roasting pan that was very large, but the noodle batter pooled up on once side. I tilted the pan and let the batter drip down to see if I could balance the batter. It didn’t work perfectly, but now we had something to cut (using a pizza wheel).

    I just ordered a flat baking pan and I’ll try it again. The taste was delicious, but I am looking for the noodles that will come out of my Marcato. In fact, this is whole reason I am trying the Marcato, to make keto noodles which look so tasty and yummy.

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    • Dear Donna,

      I know from my own experience, how difficult it is to get the really flat pan. I only have one, which I can use for this recipe. Because you want to have the batter as thin as possible, the real flat pan is a must. But. If that does not work, just roll the baked batter and cut it with knife to get a very similar result as you would from Marcato. Hope you will find your way.

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      • Trial 3: Got a NEW pan! It only has one purpose and that’s to make keto noodles. Made the recipe as you stated. I use a tiny food processor and the eggs and cream cheese are at room temperature when I start to blend them. My food processor has a tiny well and hole on top of the lit the size of a pea. I put my oat fiber in it the well, and scrape the fiber down into the mixer, and blend well.
        Today I put the oven to 300, and put the pasta batter directly on the nonstick pan. I set the timer for 17 minutes (until the center was firm to the touch, soft, and bouncy, like a cheesecake–NOT wet!). Cooled for 10 minutes.. and my son and I gingerly lifted the sheet of pasta out of the pan with the classic rubber spatula, and moved it to a cutting board.
        Here, we cut it lengthwise and crosswise. We didn’t cut off the crusts, but we will next time… and we wanted to try the Marcato. We used the fettuccine cutter and we were able to make nice long strands (1/4 sheet strands). The crust spoiled the strands and jammed the Marcato but we did ok once we trimmed the ends. Looked really nice!
        Today we were able to have our pasta done the way we wanted, one GF (me), one Keto (son) and two normal people who can pretty much eat anything. Thanks for your blog, I like how you didn’t get the results you wanted and just kept trying. Next time I will make this for the 4th time and will try my silpat and trim the crusts. Yay!

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        • Dear Donnay,

          I am so so happy it worked. Sometimes we do need to get that extra something for a special dish. I am sure that pan will help in more yummy dishes as well. Really happy for you and very similar to me. Never give up 🙂 I like that. Do let me know if you come up with something special with this recipe.

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          • I had a very flat sheet pan but also had “rice” when using my pasta attachment (KitchenAid fettucini) on the baked product. I sliced the remaining noodles with a knife. The end product tasted good, but I was very disappointed the pasta machine didn’t work as that was also why I chose this recipe. Given this comment thread I’ll give it another try. What is the need for the baked product to be super flat? Also, did DonnaQ really cook for 17 minutes? Recipe calls for 8 minutes, which is what I did.

          • What I have found, was, that if the sheets are nor baked really thin, it will not work to go through the machine. In that case, I just roll it and cut. You have to make sure it is almost see-through thin for the machine to work.

  5. I am so excited to try this recipe. Just one question, please. When you add 2 tablespoons of spinach, is it fresh, cooked or frozen? The recipe looks so easy, but if my pan isn’t flat enough and they’re not pretty, that’s okay, I did read that they are very delicious. Thank You so much.

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  6. Can I use a Phillips pasta press to make pasta . What changes Will be needed? I know impastable uses oat & wheat fiber …. do you have a recipe for this option?

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    • Dear John,

      I am so sorry but have never tried Phillips Pasta Press. Since in this recipe you have to bake the dough into a flat shape, I believe, you can not add that into a press. But you can just roll it out after baking and cut it into slices even without any machine.

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  7. This seems very exciting, need to try it out soon! 🙂 Would it be even more pliable if you added some xanthan gum? Or would that mess with the texture,you think?

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    • This is a game changer. Thank you for putting so much time and thought into this recipe creation.

      I poured the batter into a Silpat but the noodle stuck when I tried to lift it off. Is parchment the best option?

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    • You are reading my mind Rossella. I have already ordered Bamboo fiber and am ready to try it with few recipes. Just did not get onto it yet. If you do before me, please do let me know how it was. Looking forward to your message.

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  8. I haven’t tried this recipe yet but my question is…would you be able to use the pasta machine to roll out the dough, then use linguine cutter on machine before baking? It seems like baking the dough first makes it difficult to put in the machine.
    Anxious to give it a try.

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    • You can not do that because the mixture is liquid. It needs to be baked for it to be able to cut it. Have a look at the video to see the exact consistency.

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