Square Beech Wood Fresh Pasta Drying Tray. Measurements 50x50 cm
Natural beech wood stackable pasta drying tray with removable feet and fine food safe net (90/128/EEC) net.
- Measurements 50x50 cm
- Fine mesh
Perfect also for fresh pasta shops.
How to dry fresh pasta with a pasta dryer
Storing fresh homemade pasta is very important: once the preparation is finished, it is necessary to dry a little your pasta. To do this you need the correct tools, such as a pasta dryer, and to have the right degree of humidity in the environment (neither too dry nor too humid).
How to store handmade fresh pasta
Storing fresh pasta in the refrigerator is fine if you want to consume it within 2 to 3 days. If, on the other hand, you intend to put it in the freezer, before proceeding it is necessary to dry it a little thanks to a pasta-dryer, keeping the pieces well-spaced.
How to choose a pasta dryer
Choosing the right tool is essential to obtain a good result: a stackable and rectangular pasta tray can be suitable for short pasta, while a fresh pasta rack (also known as a fresh pasta rack) is perfect for long pasta, such as tagliatelle and pappardelle. For heavier and more filled types of pasta, a wider mesh dry pasta is suitable, as it allows greater ventilation. This type of dry pasta is also suitable for drying other types of products, such as mushrooms or fruit. For lighter pasta shapes, on the other hand, a narrower meshed instrument can work well. This pasta dryer, the TP-367, for example, has got a fine mesh.
How to use a pasta dryer
Using this type of drying rack for fresh pasta is very simple: just open it and put your long pasta such as tagliatelle, tagliolini, spaghetti, etc.
How to speed up the drying of homemade pasta
If you want to dry quickly your homemade pasta, or if you produce handmade pasta in large quantities, you should consider buying a professional electric pasta dryer.
You have to carefully clean your Pasta Dryer following the maintenance instructions before using it for the first time.
Cleaning a pasta dryer is very simple: use a cloth soaked in water and bicarbonate. I recommend, once cleaning is finished, dry it well. Better not to use chemicals as any residues could end up in contact with your pasta. Please remember that the exterior wood absorbs liquids, it's really important to dry it well in case it gets wet.
- Beech wood
Delrin – Food-grade plastic