Homemade pasta is a quick and easy project, and delicious!
You can knead your dough by hand for that authentic Italian feel, or you can use the dough hook on the stand mixer. Here we've used a combination of both, the dough hook to get started and some hand kneading at the end to make sure the consistency is right. You are looking for the point where your shaggy dough becomes smooth and stretchy. Approximately 10 minutes?
Your pasta might start oddly shaped, but you are looking to get as square as possible. To aid getting your pasta in a flat sheet, you can fold it over on itself into thirds and push it through on the same setting. You'll likely do this a number of times on setting 1, and a few times on higher settings.
When cooking your pasta, remember that fresh pasta cooks MUCH more quickly than dried pasta. You're looking to get al dente, and should only require a few minutes in boiling water.