Kitchen Aid Gourmet Pasta Press Attachment 2016.8.0.0.130.0 54.162.213.67
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KitchenAid® Gourmet Pasta Press Mixer Attachment KPEXTA

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Have an authentic experience every pasta night when you attach this gourmet pasta press onto your KitchenAid mixer and make six different types of extruded pasta.

 
  • Ÿsix interchangeable pasta plates let you create fresh spaghetti, bucatini, rigatoni, fusilli, large macaroni or small macaroni 
  • Ÿstorage for six plates on top of the unit
  • Ÿbuilt-in wire cutter lets you make any length of pasts

Plastic/metal. Measures 6x5.3x10.3”H. Wipe clean. Imported.

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Rated 2 out of 5 by The pasta is inedible after processing through the appliance First of all, I had to find a pasta recipe that actually worked and came together properly. The basic egg recipe that was printed is wrong and I had to throw it out. Pasta recipes that are not weighed really are not accurate and inconsistent. Once I had my dough made, the actual process of assembly went well. However, it took an enormous amount of machine energy to process the dough through. I had to use a speed of 8 to get the dough pushed through, and even at that speed it took a really long time. I thought I was going to burn out my KitchenAide. Never mind the electricity I had to draw. The cutting process was okay, but if you didn't do it fast enough the holes started closing over and the rigatoni would stick to one another. But the final result was the worst textured pasta I had ever eaten. The taste was great, but the pasta itself was hard and tough despite normal cooking time. Needless to say, I'll be bringing the product back, since I'll never use it again. March 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good so far Once I trusted my experience and instinct and quit trying to get the KitchenAid recipes to work everything went fine. Of course the overly dry kindergarten paste that their basic egg pastor recipe makes gummed up the bucatini dye so bad it required surgery to correct. If you use their recipe add another egg, a generous teaspoon of oil and another tablespoon of water. May 1, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by No Spaghetti Plate Just got my pasta press and I did not get a spaghetti plate. i got 2 Fusilli plates however. Please send me a spaghetti plate or instructions on how to get another one. April 17, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by You have to make it right, no flat noodles Many of the complaints here involve the dough not working correctly with the press which is a recepie problem. Once you figure out a recepie that works for you this device works as designed and is pretty simple. My main complaint is that there are no flat noodle options like fettuccine and I have yet to see pressing plates other than what comes with the product. March 25, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Needs more design & testing While the idea is great, the real life design leaves a lot to be desired. I bought this for my birthday last weekend. After trying three different times to use this, I came to the following conclusions: 1. The dies are almost all too close together allowing the pasta to touch and stick to each other during the extruding process. 2. The design of the dies is such that all of the hollow pastas are too thick. 3. Unless you physically stop after each cut of pasta & re-position the pasta, its stacks upon and sticks to and collapses upon each other. 4. The unit is an absolute nightmare to clean. The dies can take 10 minutes apiece to extract all of the dough from inside the passages. This might be a good product with some additional engineering and a lot more in-home testing, but, as it is currently - no thanks ! Mine went back to the store after less than a week. December 8, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by A waste of time The attachment was a big disappointment. I have tried several dies for different shapes, some where alright and others were not. The fusilli extruded the dough flat, not the spiral shape they are supposed to be. I was concerned with using the extruder, because my mixer would get too hot. I made an appointment with my local William Sonoma with one of their product people. He was very helpful, but had some similar issues. His fusilli did not twist either. I have made fresh pasta for over 30 years, but this was my introduction to shaped pasta, I am disappointed. March 2, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not worth the $ or time My son gave me this for Christmas and I was thrilled....until I used it! Used the recipe for the pasta dough..was not happy. Then when I cleaned it it, was a disaster. The designers did not take the time to make pasta and clean. The plates should come apart for easy clean up. So want to return this but my son can't find the receipt. I have tried this out with different plates and it is always the same. What a shame! March 2, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Am I doing something wrong? I love the idea of this pasta press and it works fine. Easy to clean if you let the left-over dough dry. However, two problems - 1. Pasta edges get pressed together when cutting so tubes are not open on both ends. 2. I made some rigatoni according to white flour recipe, let it dry and froze it. When I cooked it up, cooking over 10 minutes, it was still hard and almost crunchy and some broke apart when stabbing with a fork. March 3, 2016
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