First we need to make the pasta.
To prepare the mixture by hand, place the flour on a clean counter top or rolling board and make a well in the center.
Break the eggs into the well and using a fork, beat the eggs, gently drawing in flour from the sides. Continue dragging flour into the center well, stirring the ingredients together until the dough begins to form a mass.
Begin kneading the pasta, first sprinkling the surface with flour. Knead until the egg has become well incorporated.
If the pasta is too dry or crumbly, spray with a little lukewarm water. When the right texture has been reached, form a ball and leave to rest under an inverted bowl for 10-15 minutes. The heavy your flour is the more water you will need.
Wow! Excellent timing - I can do that after I pan the buns.
Can I chill the dough or store it in an airtight container on the counter, or wrapped in a teatowel for a couple of hours?
cover it with a bowl. it will be all good. If it dries a bit sprinkle water and knead a little
Great! Time to pan the buns; I think there's an unexpected bonus to 34 - 40C weather - rising time for the buns is 25% faster. I wonder if I left myself enough time to shower?
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