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Easy to Use with Spectacular Results
We followed a recipe given to us at Williams & Sonoma where we bought the 3-piece pasta roller & cutter set. The attachments were easy to install on our Kitchen Aid Pro...Read complete review
We followed a recipe given to us at Williams & Sonoma where we bought the 3-piece pasta roller & cutter set. The attachments were easy to install on our Kitchen Aid Pro 600 mixer, and with a little practice, we set about making 2-1/2 pounds of fettucine on our first try! Rave reviews by all six people at dinner. I even added some of the leftover noodles to my homemade chicken soup - it added just the right amount of bulk without weighing down the soup.Don't give up if the dough crackles up a bit on the first try through the roller. Just knead it a little, make it a bit smaller, and send it through on the #1 setting until it stays together. Then fold it in half, move the notch up by one, and send it through again. Continue until you reach the thickness you want. For us, #4 was perfect. I highly recommend these attachments to complete your Kitchen Aid experience!
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I expected more.
I was so excited to finally own this attachment! This, being my number one attachment on my wish list, i was ecstatic when i actually did get it! I couldn't wait to bust...Read complete review
I was so excited to finally own this attachment! This, being my number one attachment on my wish list, i was ecstatic when i actually did get it! I couldn't wait to bust it open and try that baby out! I got all the ingredients (Semolina was harder to find around here so it took a day or two) and made the dough. The dough came out fantastic and rolled perfectly with the pasta roller attachment. When it came time for the ravioli, i made sure to read all the instructions.. twice, to be sure i got it correct. Did as it said with the practice runs to "perfect the technique". I stuffed my raviolis with cheese, wanted to start out easy being the first time. The roller did not seal, not a SINGLE one. I was disappointed and tried a new technique. The second set did the same exact thing the filling was also bursting out of the unsealed pockets. I decided to re-read the instruction manual thinking that it was user error. Made a third set and turned out the same exact way. I mad sure that the pasta sheets were correctly placed on the rollers and made sure that it cover all the ends thinking that that was why my filling was leaking out and that they weren't sealing, that was not the problem. I was very disappointed. As i laid the unsealed, leaking, gooey pasta on the flour dusted wax paper to dry, it just turned into a large mush pile. I expected so much from this attachment and felt let down. I talked to a few friends and coworkers that have this same attachment and they all had the same problem, none of the raviolis sealed and ended up throwing them away. Sad that i wasted the time and ingredients for such a disaster. Hoping that kitchenaid finds the problem and fixes or comes up with a new/better attachment. I love all my kitchenaid products and I've never had any problems with any. I definitely wouldn't recommend this attachment. disappointed, to say the least.
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from Trafford, PA
Comments about KitchenAid Pasta Cutter Set:
Received this as a wedding gift....it's one of my favorites! Having fun trying different combinations of ingredients. You never know what you're going to get at the end!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Good in theory...
Generally, any Kitchenaid product is a safe bet; however, this is a miss. While it is built sturdy from a pure construction point of view, there is no wiggle room for the consistency of both the filling and the pasta. I make pasta on a near-weekly basis and have made ravioli many times. While the idea of a cranked sheet of ravioli is smart... traditional hand rolling, filling, and cutting is much faster and without near the mess. Nice in theory, a miss in practical terms.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Easy and Time Saving
from Montreal, Canada
I bought this about a week ago. Having used a manual machine for a while, I decided to purchase this attachment and was very happy with the ease of use and time it saves. It is my third hand in the pasta making process. Very happy with it.
Excellent pasta maker!
from Calgary, Alberta
Got it as a gift. Love it. So easy to use and clean.
BEST thing I ever bought!
from Ottawa, Canada
I have to eat gluten free and making this type of pasta is extremely difficult. With this it is so easy a child could do it and the results are much better, almost like making regular pasta. This thing isn't cheap, but it's worth every penny! You rarely see a product that ends up simplifying one's life as this (for me at least). Now I can make fresh pasta whenever I want and for a gluten free version, it's ready in less than 15 minutes and tastes as good as regular pasta.
Cutters don't cut
from Sunbury, Ohio
I am stumped also with the metal rods they don't even stay in place. How are they supposed to work? I feed the dough in but nothing comes out and it gets stuck inside the cutter. It would have been nice if you would have posted and explanation so if this was happening to other people they would have known what to do.
Very good attachment
from Providence, RI
Very good tool. I have used it for several months without problem. Perhaps a built-in knife/guillotine to cut the noodles would have been a nice addition. Easy to use, easy to clean (I normally wait until next day to use the included brush).
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Doesn't work in the long run
from Guilford, CT
I use this attachment often. After dough got caught and the pin sheared inside-- I was very disappointed to find no replacement parts available.
(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Rhinebeck, NY
After spending half an hour on the phone with a kitchenaid rep, I'm giving up. He couldn't explain (and the documentation didn't even mention) why there were metal rods holding plastic combs in place under each cutter rod on the underside of both my spaghetti and linguini cutters. Are they just for packing and should be removed? Why was one of them dislodged and at the bottom of the box? Are they essential for using? Why was the rep stumped. Don't know what to do.
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These are the rods holding the plastic "combs"
(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Sheared drive nut on Kitchenaid Pasta Roller
from Rome, Italy
I'm sorry to say I'm really disappointed because of poor durability and lack of spare parts for the Pasta Roller.After a few uses the conductor pin has made a clean break. The dough I use is usually of medium strength and well malleable, so I don't think the break is due to overexertion. By Kitchen Aid I am expecting a superior product consistency.
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