Do you love fresh, homemade pasta? Then bring a piece of the Italian way of life to your home now! Making pasta has never been easier with the help of one of our pasta machines. There are two different types of pasta machines: the classic, mechanical kind and the electric kind. With both, the ingredients of your pasta can be mixed together any way you like, giving you endless varieties of healthy, colorful pasta.
For those who prefer the traditional way of making pasta, we recommend a so-called pasta roller, like those from Imperia or Marcato. These traditional pasta machines are sturdily made and durable. They are made with masterful care, mostly by hand, and have been very popular for years, not only in Italy. The dough is prepared separately in advance and processed by hand. Then it is cut into several pieces and manually pressed through the pasta roller with a crank to obtain the desired thickness of dough. Once the desired thickness of the dough has been obtained, the dough is run through the pasta attachment, which cuts it into the desired pasta shape. There are many different attachments with which you can make a wide variety of pasta types such as: lasagna, spaghetti, tagliatelle, fettuccine, tagliolini, ravioli and many more. The only drawback is that these models require a lot of manual work. However, if you often cook large quantities of pasta, you can upgrade the mechanical pasta machines with a motor to speed up the process a bit.
For those who prefer it a bit faster and easier, we recommend one of our electric models, like those from Philips or Rommelsbacher. Most electric pasta machines are fully automatic. All you have to do is add the ingredients you need and the machine does the rest. The integrated scale allows you to measure the ingredients accurately. These are then mixed together into a dough, stirred and kneaded, and then pressed out as finished pasta through the appropriate attachment in the desired shape. Here, too, there are numerous attachments for various types of pasta such as capelli d'angelo, fettucine, lasagna, pappardelle, penne, spaghetti, tagliatelle and more.