Well, it did not have purple colour, but gray when uncooked.
When I cooked it, the water turned dark blue and pasta turned green color.
This pasta has just a hint of the kale taste, but I think that it should be healthier than plain with wheat flour and eggs.
I put a small piece of the uncooked pasta in vinegar and it got pink. Next time I may try this with an acidic sauce or I just make the pasta with green kale.
I am now planning also to try color homemade pasta with beets or carrots. Stay tuned for future experiments.
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Yes, powder is the way I went with my beet pasta so the color was more concentrated. I totally forgot I've been using butternut squash powder, too. I've experimented a bit with putting them in tortillas, too. What kind of mushrooms did you powder? I've got some dried wood ears that might work or else just turn out gray.Danny wrote: ↑Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:31 pm Making your own pastas is fun mostly. You can also use vegetable powders to color and flavor the pastas, such as tomato or beet powder, or spinach powder. I have a mushroom powder that is not really colorful but adds a very good taste and pairs well with a cream type sauce,
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