8 tablespoons of whole wheat flour (about 160 grams), 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil, 1 teaspoon of salt, 100 ml of water
To prepare whole-wheat spaghetti in the food processor, we pour 8 tablespoons of whole wheat flour, 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil, 1 teaspoon of salt and water. We turn on the robot and the dough will be ready in less than a minute, if needed we can correct it with a little water or flour. Now we can remove the dough and start working on the table with your hands for a few minutes, dusting with a little flour. So let's move on to the grandma duck. Before obtaining whole-wheat spaghetti, we need to work the dough until it has sheets of the right consistency and thickness; to do this we divide the dough into two or three equal parts. We set the machine with a large thickness and we pass the dough several times, each time we get a sheet of pastry that we close up on itself and go back to the machine. So for all the dough. Sprinkle with a little flour and repeat the operation with a narrower thickness and we will get thinner strips. After two or three times we will see more and more compact and smooth strips. So let's move on to making whole spaghetti. We then use the grooved part for the spaghetti and insert the strips of wholegrain pasta one after the other. Place the spaghetti on a sheet of kitchen paper. And here they are ready to taste! We can already boil the pasta or let it dry.