Pasta cutters and roller 3-piece set. Optional attachment for making pasta with a mixer.
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Transform your stand mixer into a pasta machine. The pasta cutters and roller are designed exclusively to work with all KitchenAid stand mixer models. No matter which you have and how old, you can attach the pasta cutters to the multipurpose hub to make a sturdy tool.
Once you’ve fallen in love with homemade pasta, you can turn it up a notch by experimenting with natural colours. Created with vegetable (or sometimes fruit) dyes, colourful pastas have a subtle flavour and look beautiful on the plate.
Here are some ideas for how to colour your pasta dough:
Your pasta dough should be firm and leathery to touch, but also pliable. Make sure it’s moist enough to be able to roll into a ball.
Your beautiful fresh pasta will taste delicious if you roll, shape and cook it the same day. However, you can keep it in the fridge for a few days or freeze it for up to 2 or 3 months. Either place the dough ball in clingfilm or pack your shaped pasta in an airtight container.
Want to dry your pasta for later? You’ll love the pasta drying rack - which magically twirls out to give you 3 metres of space. Take the wand from the centre post and catch those lovely pasta ribbons as they cascade down. Once dried, you can keep them in an airtight container for a few months.
When it comes to cooking, remember that homemade pasta cooks more quickly than packaged. It'll soon be ready to enjoy.
Once you step into pasta making at home, it can easily turn into an obsession. Satisfying for all the senses, homemade pasta feels great in your hands and tastes fresh and flavourful. This 3-piece set includes a pasta roller and 2 pasta cutters. Made of stainless steel, the attachments screw securely into the attachment hub of any KitchenAid stand mixer. First, roll out sheets of any thickness you like using the 8 thickness settings. You’ll want to make it thick for tagliolini, medium for lasagne or thin for linguine or ‘angel hair’ pasta. Then, it’s time to have fun with pasta cutting. Feed in your pasta sheets to the spaghetti or the fettuccine pasta cutter accessories. You’ll receive a guide with the product to explain the various settings and results you can achieve. These commercial-style tools come with a cleaning brush to remove bits of dough and pasta. Do not wash in the dishwasher or immerse in water. Every year (or after 50 uses) you can maintain them by adding a drop of light mineral oil to each corner as lubrication.