For easy home-made pasta just like mama used to make.
If you’re passionate about pasta, you’ll appreciate this easy-to-use-machine that takes the toil out of rolling your dough.
Clamps easily onto your work surface.
Transform your dough into lasagne sheets, fettucine or tagliatelle strips and unleash your inner Italian. Magnifico! Recipe included.
Cat Ref: SKU 12417
19.5 x 20 x 15cm H. (7¾" x 8" x 6")
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Customer Reviews - Pasta Machine
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Love it!” by Catriona
I'd never attempted to make pasta before, but this machine made it really easy. It made lovely pasta which I then used in the Lakeland Ravioli Press which was also excellent.
I would advise that you make sure you use the right kind of flour for your dough, otherwise you could end up with a sticky mess. For a smallish amount of pasta, I used:
140g '00' grade pain flour
1 egg, plus an extra yolk
half a tsp olive oil
half a tsp salt
I would also make sure you run your dough through all the machine's settings at least twice before using it - this is supposed to improve it.
Pasta Heaven” by Miss Gemma Charles
I got this as a Christmas present and now I cant stop making pasta. This machine is easy to use with a handle that can be popped into the different positions very easily. It makes creating spaghetti very easy. I also have the lasagne attachment which I plan to use very soon. Just need to find a rack to hold my pasta while it dries.
Love it!” by Steph
Received this as a birthday pressie from my friends at work and absolutely love it! The kids love turning the handle and watching the pasta dough get thinner and longer. Used the fettucine attachment last night and produced some beautiful pasta which was a joy to cook with and more importantly eat with smoked salmon, garlic, herbs and a squeeze of lemon juice. No washing up required (or allowed!) for the machine just dust the flour off and put back in the cupboard - my kind of gadget! The only down side is the amount of flour you end up with on your work top and floor!