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May 14, 2015


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Particolarissime e ottimo abbinamento con il formaggio!

Simona Carini

Grazie, Lucia :)

Connie Pappalardo

This is a work of art. Beautiful! So simple, and yet...but that is all things Japanese. Tasty, too, I'll wager. Grazie.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Connie. You can definitely taste green tea, which is what I wanted.


Bellissimo post! Grazie Simona! Queste tagliatelle al tè sono spettacolari e grazie per tuo contributo anche sulla delicatissima tecnica della pittura. Veramente con voi non si finisce mai di imparare!

Simona Carini

Grazie a te, Sabrina :)


Yummo! I also like the photo of the pasta laid out. :-)

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Quite pretty and I'm sure the taste is wonderful. I'm a big fan of matcha. Interesting that the pasta was hard to work, given the small amount of matcha involved... I wonder why it would have that effect?

Simona Carini

Thank you Frank. I wish I knew why the match had an effect on the dough. I had to add more water then usual to begin with. I then also tried using some AP flour, but the result was the same. I wonder if some compound in matcha reacts strangely with the flour proteins. A while ago, I made pasta using grape seed flour. The result had a pretty color but a gritty texture, even though I also used a very small amount. I wish I were a chemist so I could have a more scientific theory of what I observe.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Paz. Glad you like that photo :)

Sadhna Grover

Hi Simona,
I am celebrating my First Blog Anniversary-http://herbsspicesandtradition.blogspot.ca/2015/05/my-first-blog-anniversary-event.html
There is a event and a give away. Please join, it is open for everybody.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Sadhna, for the invitation and congratulations on your blog anniversary.


I love drinking matcha but have never tried cooking with it before, great idea to try it in pasta, I bet it tastes good even if it is difficult to work with in pasta dough. Thanks for linking up with Pasta Please.

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Jen. The pasta tastes quite nice and I think that as a matcha lover you will enjoy it.

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