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CucinaPro 150 Imperia Pasta Machine
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- Livrée avec accessoires de coupe Tagliatelle et Fettuccine.
- Longueur de rouleaux : 15 cm.
- Garantie 5 ans
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The Imperia Pasta machine has quickly become the #1 leading homemade pasta maker and with GREAT reasons. It's well-built, long-lasting, and absolute piece of cake to use and best of all - it makes the most delicious pasta you will ever taste! Some say even better than what you'll find in top grade Italian restaurants.
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I bought this because i read great reviews. The item is made with quality material and i'm sure it will last a very long time. I only gave three stars because:
1-It takes at least 5 batches of pasta to finally get rid of the grease on the rollers
2-The wheel to adjust the thickness of the dough is slippery and hard to turn
3-The screw mechanism to hold it in place on your counter is very hard to adjust properly
4-The handle keeps falling out of the socket, so you need to push it inwards while cranking (very, very annoying)
If you don't mind all this, it does in the end produce amazing pasta
It will take a little practice until I can make a batch quickly but I can say without hesitation that I enjoyed every bite of spaghetti I made myself for dinner tonight. YUM. Would recommend to any pasta lover.
Recipe I used:
100g Flour + 1 large egg
Tonight I used 400g flour and 4 large eggs, it was too much for 2 people (though we ate it all anyways cause we are piggies)
Hand knead until it is soft and smooth, wrap it up in plastic wrap (I just threw in in a large ziplock). Give it at least a half hour in the fridge to rest.
Roll out as per instructions.
You get the first 'roller' bit, where you think out the dough step by step; you start at the 6th level (its a little notch on the side you can adjust) with a lot of thick though, then slowly put the though through all the levels, until you get the desired thickness.
Then put the thin layer of dough through the actual pasta maker (which is the second roller) to cut it up into strips. There are 2 settings for the strips, spaghetti or fettucine. The great thing is that you can buy other rollers so that you can make ravioli or any other types of pastas.
So easy to use! Totally recommend it.
only issue - poor instructions, and NO instructions on how to put the thing together or where the tray goes. other than that, it's sturdy, and the results are great.
Most recent customer reviews
Once you get the hang of it, it's a great little pasta maker. Really have to keep the cutters clean though (hard to do since you aren't supposed to wash it), otherwise you're... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Veggies
Love it, use it regularly, once you get the hang of it, presto pasta sheets in a few minutes, thin or broader noodles. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Randy
Work fine however the holding system is not working well...could be a better holding systemPublished 12 months ago by serge claveau
horrible do not buy this item worked 3 times. mine will no longer work and when I went to get warranty the lady from Cucina acted like this was the first time in history that this... Read morePublished 12 months ago by BOBBY LAWSON