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I just got the pasta attachement for my kitchenaid and I was hoping to make coloured and flavoured pasta for Christmas presents this year. I know the shelf life for recipes using eggs is not very long so I was wondering how long dried homemade pasta without eggs will last. 

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Hello and welcome to ChefTalk. You can make egg pasta, roll it out and cut it with your attachment, then allow it to dry on a tray or wooden pasta racks.

Once dried your pasta can stay at room temp in a dry cool area of your pantry, for a very long time.

If you choose to keep the pasta fresh not dry, you can arrange the pasta in small quantities and freeze until needed.

I make egg, (yellow) Spinach (green) and tomato (red) pasta all the time this way. Works great.
 
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