Squid ink pasta calls for the old-school rolling pin (for rolling) and knife (for cutting). Feeling the thickness of the pasta as I roll it out helps me to monitor its progress. Once the pasta is rolled out, dust with flour and gently fold it over before slicing to your desired thickness. Whether you cut it thick like pappardelle or thinner like linguine is up to you and your knife.
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