Make a double recipe of the pasta.
While the dough rests, puree the raw lobster and raw scallops in the food processor. When smooth, add the two eggs, tomato paste, and salt and pepper to taste. Slowly add cream and process till thick.
Mix the diced/shredded lobster into the raw lobster and cream mixture.
Quarter the pasta dough, and roll it out trying to keep it wide. Place a portion of the filling every so often on the dough. Baste the dough, around each portion of filling with the egg white mixture.
Flip the dough over the filling...
Press the dough down, around the mounds of filling.
Cut each portion with a pastry cutter or pizza wheel.
Cook in gently boiling salted water till done, about 7 minutes. Serve with lobster sauce.
Place all ingredients into bowl of a food processor.
Process till everything comes together. Knead briefly, and place under a bowl to rest for 20 minutes.
Divide the dough in half, picking one half to work with. Place other half back under bowl while you work. Pass the dough through the various steps of a pasta machine, until you reach the desired thickness.
Once you've reached the desired thickness, you can use as desired. If making fettuccine, let the uncut dough sit on table a bit to dry out some. Make sure it doesn't stick to the table. Cut as desired.
One extra large egg per 100 grams of flour works great. Set to closed lid position and process for 2 minutes on interval speed
Melt the lobster butter in a saucepan.
Add the flour and cook, stirring for a few minutes.
Regarding the stock, I had used some canned frozen lobster for the lobster ravioli recipe, so I squeezed out the juice/broth from there and reserved it. That gave me about 1 cup of stock, and I added another cup of chicken stock. You can use all chicken stock, but it won't be quite as pink, or have the same lobster flavor. If you should be fortunate to have lobster stock, feel freeze to use it. Add the stock to the butter and flour.
Stir in the cream and adjust seasonings with salt and pepper. You could spice it up with a little cayenne if you want.