• Makes 500
  • 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients


Easy to make gourmet pasta for the Philips Pasta and Noodle Maker.

Ingredients (makes 500 grams pasta)

  • 500g plain flour
  • 1 egg + water to make 180ml
  • 1/2 cup Finely chopped fresh flat leaf parsley


  1. Set up the pasta machine with the 'wide flat' noddle attachment. Pour the flour and parsley into the bowl of the machine, and set to 2 cup setting. Meanwhile, crack the egg into the liquid jug and top with water to the 180ml line. Slowly pour into the machine. Cut pasta to length as it is extruded.
  2. Cook in a pot of salted boiling water for 5-6 minutes. Serve.


The wide-flat noddle attachment is not included with the machine, and is an additional accessory that can be purchased through Philips. This recipe should would work fine with the other discs included.

  • Looks wonderful – wish I had one of these machines.


  • Thank you for this, love the idea of being able to put parsley into my noodles.


  • I only have a Thermomix and a pasta roller but I’m sure I could make it work with that. I never thought to use parsley, I’m obsessed with parsley it’s so fresh so I bet I’ll love this recipe!


  • I love making pasta from scratch – so easy


  • Thanks for this idea – I’m a bit hesitant to add anything to the flour incase it clogs it but now that you’ve clearly done it I will give it a go!


  • Nice way to make regular pasta just that bit more special. Love it. Thanks for sharing!


  • I have lots of flat leaf parsley growing in the yard. Thanks for giving me another use for it.


  • This sounds amazingly simple and different


  • frsh lokking parsley


  • Another reason I’d really love a pasta maker!


  • fresh parsley


  • such a favourite in our house


  • love pasta of every kind


  • fresh parsley pasta


  • yum I have bulk parsley and never thought of making pasta thanks for sharing


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