Can you reuse pasta dough scraps?

Chef's answer
Every food guru on the planet tell us that re-rerolling our scraps of dough, be it cookies, pie crusts or biscuits, won't make for the prettiest goods. Although we all know it's true, we usually try to weasel out a few more usable pieces.Jun 8, 2009
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Tip: Leftover pieces and scraps of the pasta dough can be saved and cooked in any pasta dish. They may appear odd and rag-tag, but they'll taste delicious and can be dressed with sauce or added to soup.Aug 30, 2007
There are basically three ways factories could dispose of their pasta scraps: transferring them as by-products for zootechnical purposes, transforming them to other products like cous cous or maltose syrup or reusing them in the production cycle.Oct 18, 2013
Every food guru on the planet tell us that re-rerolling our scraps of dough, be it cookies, pie crusts or biscuits, won't make for the prettiest goods. Although we all know it's true, we usually try to weasel out a few more usable pieces.Jun 8, 2009
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