What kind of flour can I substitute for semolina in a recipe for homemade pasta
I almost always use plain old all-purpose flour in homemade pasta recipes. Of course, you'll probably have to adjust the amount of liquid in your recipe, but just err on the side of too little--you can always add more.
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I agree I use semolina sometimes but more often than not use AP flour. Petitbleu is exactly right.
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