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1. Villaware Imperia Pasta Machine
$16.50 list($19.99)
2. Villaware 10-Square Ravioli Maker
$9.99 list($14.99)
3. Villaware Pasta Drying Rack
$15.99 list($17.99)
4. Villaware Lasagnette Attachment
$35.99 $34.95 list($39.99)
5. Villaware Ravioli Attachment for
$15.95 $14.99 list($19.99)
6. Villaware Angel Hair Attachment
$26.99 $18.76 list($29.99)
7. Villaware Double Cutter Tagliatelle
$24.99 list($29.95)
8. VILLA WARE 177 Al Dente Pasta
$15.99 list($17.99)
9. Villaware Spaghetti Attachment
$26.99 list($29.99)
10. Villaware Double Cutter Angel
list($59.99)
11. Villaware Millegnocchi Attachment
list($17.99)
12. Villaware Tagliatelle Attachment

1. Villaware Imperia Pasta Machine
list price: $49.99
our price: $34.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004SPDH
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 187
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Nothing beats a plate of truly fresh pasta. And now it's easy to roll out your own at home, with Villaware's Italian-made pasta maker. Whether the craving is for spaghetti or fettuccine, this sturdy machine handles the job with efficiency and style. Made of heavyweight chromed steel, with an attractive wood grip handle, Villaware's pasta maker looks great on the counter and is easy to use--there's nothing to plug in as this is the tried-and-true hand-crank variety. The easy-lock adjustable dough-dialer rolls thick or thin pasta, and it comes with spaghetti and fettuccine cutters. Cutters for tagliatelle and angel hair pasta are available separately. --Meg Heffernan ... Read more

Features

  • heavyweight chromed steel construction; made in Italy
  • Easy-to-use hand-cranked machine creates a variety of homemade pasta
  • Sturdy clamp safely steadies the machine against a tabletop or counter
  • Comes with cutters for spaghetti (2 mm, round) and fettuccine (6-1/2 mm, flat)
  • Includes easy-to-follow directions and recipes to get your started

Reviews (46)

5-0 out of 5 stars simple elegance
Looking for an easy way to impress friends a relatives? Homemade pasta fits the bill. Delicious, nutritious, and best of all easy, pasta is a staple of many cuisines around the world for good reason. I have personally found the manual pasta makers to work more consistantly than automatic one, plus they are a lot more fun! anyone who enjoyed Play-doh as a kid will love cranking out their own pasta with this easy to use appliance. A must for any gourmet.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works great with two people!
I've never made dough before, let alone pasta, but if you follow the instructions, you'll have homemade pasta in no time!

A couple of things:

1) You need a counter with a pretty wide lip to get this machine to attach firmly. If you have a counter with less than an inch of overhang, then you may run into problems getting the machine secured.

2) It's difficult to use alone. With two people it is a snap. One person feeds the machine and cranks the handle, and the other straightens out the dough as needed (on both ends). I've never used a pasta machine before, so I don't know if it could be done with a different machine solo.

You really need to follow the instructions with this thing. At first I did't, and the dough was tearing as I rolled it. I failed to fold it in half each time it went through the machine. After consulting the included manual (which is at leat 6 languages...) I found things much easier.

As for the negative reviews, if you've never used one of these machines before, never made dough meant for a pasta machine, and didn't follow the instructions, well I can see why you would have problems.

A little practice is all that is needed, and flour and eggs are cheap :-)

4-0 out of 5 stars Some hints on how to use this machine
This is a good pasta machine, which I've seen used in a cooking school, but you need to follow some precautions to avoid headaches.

1. Always flour the rollers.

2. The dough cannot be sticky. If you run wet dough through, you are going to have big time problems, especially with attempting to clean the machine. Add in flour slowly to the dough until it can be handled without sticking to your hands.

3. Run the dough through the widest setting, then fold like an envelope. Repeat about 5 times, until the dough is the right consistency (hard to describe what it should be like, but with practice, you'll know)

4. When reducing the roller gap, continue to pat flour onto the dough as needed-- you still are looking to avoid stickiness.

Also, to make the pasta much more tender (the point of fresh pasta in my opinion), do not knead the dough! The dough should not spring back when pressed on with your fingers. Mix together with fork until the fork doesn't really work anymore, then keep folding together with a pastry scraper. Then on to step 3 above.

4-0 out of 5 stars A little time consuming, but worth it
I've used electric pasta makers before, and the one's I've owned have cracked their faceplates or stressed their motors and been a bear to clean.

The Villaware is fine for me to use. It cleans up a lot easier if the dough is very dry (which it should be, anyway). If any small bits of dough get caught, let the machine sit for an hour or two to let the dough dry. Hold it over the sink and crank it and the dough bits fall right out.

If the machine tends to move on you, your counter top is too slick. Try placing a rubber jar opener under the machine (which also protects your countertop) and it shouldn't move. If you rub both sides of the sheets with flour before running them through, it will cut and not clump at all.

I only had to run one small batch of dough through my machine to clean off the oil.

Overall, it makes the lightest pasta I've ever had. So far, I love this thing. I think it's well worth the price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Villaware = Junk
All I can say is that this machine will give you headaches and a desire to throw it out the window. Plain and simple, the machine does not work. If you have the patience of Job and the gulibility of a 3 year old, you may say that this is a great machine, but it definitely does not meet up to the glowing reviews given here. The Villaware Imperia Pasta Machine is made cheaply, assembled cheaply, and is unsanitary and perhaps even dangerous as gobs of machine oil come off of the rollers. Once you can't see it, there still is unseen residue on your pasta. The dough cannot be cleaned off of the rollers or the cutting blades and remains there to fester microbes and all sorts of nasty things. Added to this, the machine does not cut pasta very well. The noodles consistantly were clumpled together no matter what dough mixture was sent through the rollers. This machine is a scam and a failure. ... Read more


2. Villaware 10-Square Ravioli Maker
list price: $19.99
our price: $16.50
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Asin: B00004SPDW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 1465
Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Just call it "Ravioli-Making for Dummies." I certainly qualify, having admired but never attempted this tricky-looking Italian entrée. Yet within half an hour, I had made and rolled out a sheet of pasta dough (the recipe is in the kit); laid it over the metal ravioli mold; used the plastic mold to indent the dough; filled the indentations with a three-cheese mixture (recipe also in the kit); laid a second pasta sheet on top; and rolled over it with the rolling pin to seal the dough casings. I turned the metal mold over, and out plopped 10 perfect, plump ravioli, which tasted delicious after several minutes of boiling. --Leah Kohlenberg ... Read more

Features

  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Makes 10 ridged ravioli casings
  • Easy step-by-step process
  • One metal and one plastic mold
  • Recipes for dough and ravioli filling included

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice kitchen gadget
This ravioli maker is simple and easy to use. Some of the reviews on here make it sound more complicated than it actually is. The only advice I would give is to brush some beaten egg around the edges to help "glue" them in place. Honestly, I don't even know if that's necessary, since I haven't made raviolis without doing it. I suspsect that dough made with eggs would be sticky enough on its own. The cutters are sharp enough to cut the raviolis while not being so sharp that the edges don't crimp. The rest is just common sense. If you're like me and only wish to make two or three dozen at a time, this item is an excellent choice. It has no moving parts and is very easy to clean.

5-0 out of 5 stars Really Like It!
I really liked using the Villaware 10-square Ravioli maker. The first time my husband and I used it we had pefect ravioli. The cutting edges could be sharper but besides that it works great!

4-0 out of 5 stars Tips on using Villaware Ravioli Maker
I gave this four stars because it does tend to leave lots of air in the finished ravioli, which often leads to ravioli "popping" while cooking. The are two methods for dealing with this problem. The first is to simply overstuff the ravioli such that there is no room for air. By overstuff, I mean fill until level, so you're putting in more than a traditional ravioli would have, approx 1 tablespoon of filling. Much more than that, and you will have another kind of popping problem. Or if you prefer, leave the air in the ravioli, then use a small skewer to poke a hole in the ravioli and use a melon baller or similar device to push down on the ravioli. The filling will collect under the concave surface of the melon baller, and you can squeeze the air out.
Also, simply sealing the ravioli can result in breakage during cooking. I recommend using a egg wash (1 whole egg, around 1/2 to 1 tsp water, mixed). Just brush the egg wash on the first sheet of dough where it overlies the metal serrations. Then place the second sheet over it, and proceed normally. The egg wash acts like a glue to seal the edges.
Finally, if you're having ravioli stick to the mold, simply dust generously with flour before using. Then when ravioli are complete, flip it over, and sharply whack it upside down on the counter...the ravioli should pop right out, and the extra flour will dissolve in the cooking water.
By the way, if you're making lots of cheesy ravioli, try filling with a pastry bag with a big tip...saves lots of time.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product
This simple well-built product does a very good job of making raviolis. Villaware makes another version of this for smaller ravioli that also works quite well.

I've used this with a variety of pasta doughs (semolina only, traditional, both very thin and thick) and it works consistently well.

A couple of tips -

As another reviewer pointed out, the zig-zag cutters are relatively dull and require some real force to cut the pasta. Oiling them lightly seems to improve things and prevents the pasta from sticking to the frame.

Wash the machine very thoroughly before using. The one I bought had an unexpected amount of grease on it. Put it in the dishwasher before using and all will be well.

Don't overfill the ravioli. When you press them through the mold the seams between the top and bottom layers will weaken, and the ravioli will break up when being cooked. I'm not suggesting parsimony, just don't cram too much in.

Don't make the ravioli dough too thin. On my Atlas pasta machine I set it at #4. Very thin dough will tear when being made into ravioli and is more likely to break apart when being boiled. Thick dough works, it just doesn't taste as good.

Last point - mine came with a mini rolling pin. Give it to a little kid to play with, it's not good for much else.

Despite the minor quibbles I had with this product, I'm sure glad I bought it. If you ever saw the tasty but misshapen lumps of ravioli I used to make, you'll understand why.

5-0 out of 5 stars "simple simon"
Being that I am a person who enjoys cooking but i only have partial use of my left hand, making ravioli or any pasta by hand is such an ordeal, this" simple simon" gadget requires minimal use of my hands and you'd think that I did this all day lafter I had spent minimal time. Noone would be the wiser. I'd seriously enjoy this is my new kitchen , it would be a nice welcome to my world of cooking.
Susan :) ... Read more


3. Villaware Pasta Drying Rack
list price: $14.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004SPDJ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 568
Average Customer Review: 3.11 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Making your own pasta is enough of an adventure without having to find places to hang it out to dry. That's what all those clotheslines in Italy are used for when they're not drying clothes. This wooden rack takes about 10 minutes to put together (really) with a Phillips screwdriver. It stands 15 inches high, and has 12 wooden dowels upon which you can hang your fettuccine, spaghetti, capellini, and the like. Go for it. Making fresh pasta is fun and worth it--and if it doesn't work out, you can always use it to hang your socks out to dry. Ciao! --Shannon Borg ... Read more

Features

  • Attractive all natural wood construction
  • The ideal tool for hanging long fresh pasta
  • Quick and easy 10-minute assembly with Phillips screwdriver
  • 12 removable wooden dowels provide up to 12 feet of hanging space
  • Measures 12 by 13 by 15 inches

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars I've waited so long
I won't discuss in detail the myriad of homemade ventures that were undertaken to try to make a 'rack,' (except the dowel rods hanging out of the empty wine bottles, that was pretty good) but will comment that it is almost criminal to not sell this with the pasta machine. Unless you are cooking for one -- not likely after kneeding for 25 minutes -- you're basically at a loss once the first batch comes marching out the machine an onto your arm. 'Where should I put this?' you ask innocently. The answer is that there is no good place anywhere in your kitchen. It will stick to itself and everything else and it will dry improperly and you will be becoming increasingly furious as you basically ruin every other batch. Unless you want to initmately know the anger of a sicilian, buy this.

1-0 out of 5 stars As good as the pasta machine....bad
I was totally blown away by the terrible quality of this rack. Basically, the rack comes unassembled. You get the frame and the drying rack dowels. The wood is cheap and thin. The unit is wobbly and fragile. It is difficult to string the pasta through the narrow slats. This rack is highly over-priced. The low quality and the cheapness of the construction of this unit is sub-par. The only redeeming quality of this rack is that it is a converstation piece.

1-0 out of 5 stars not well engineered
My rack came with pieces warped, one screw and most screw holes missing. Wood split as I was putting it together. Used it once for drying pasta, then once for kindling. Hope you have better luck.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not a bad rack
The good stuff:

-Has LOTS of pasta drying space.
-Dowels come off for easy manuevering of pasta.
-I find it to be attractive, but I like simple wooden things

The bad stuff:
-Difficult to store, it doesn't fold on its own
-Difficult to take apart, the screws on mine were stripped
-A little flimsy

Overall, not a bad buy for the price - but there are better racks out there!

4-0 out of 5 stars Pasta drying secrets revealed!
See below for the questions to these answers (unless you're Alex Trebek...)

1. Actually, I found that the top rack of the dishwasher worked pretty well. The perimeter of ours just about equals enough pasta for our family of four. But this presupposes an empty dishwasher--an uncommon state of affairs for our family of four.

2. Don't tighten the two screws through the bottom cross-members (the "feet" of the two "legs") quite as much as the others. Ditto for the screws holding the two "shoulders." Then, when it's time to put it away, just twist the feet and shoulders 90 degrees. Voila! A completely flat rack, which happens to fit perfectly into the Elfa cart on which I do my pasta kneading and rolling. It was clearly designed to fold this way, as the feet and shoulders are just short enough to fit.

3. I love it to bits. The most fun is when you pick the dowels up, one by one, and slide the fettucine or whatever off them into that pot of boiling water. Beats the dickens out of peeling it off the dishwasher racks!

[1. Where did you dry your pasta before you bought this rack?
2. Quoting a previous reviewer more or less freely, "I'd like to know what they did to get this thing to store flat."
3. How do you like this rack?] ... Read more


4. Villaware Lasagnette Attachment for Imperia Pasta Machine
list price: $17.99
our price: $15.99
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Asin: B00004SPDP
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 3902
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Create fresh, tempting lasagnette (mini-lasagna) noodles with this Italian-made attachment for the Imperia pasta machine. Simply take rolled-out dough and feed it into this stainless-steel attachment. Voila! Fresh, ready-to-cook lasagnette pasta is the reward. Pop it into boiling water--it cooks in a fraction of the time dried pasta does--and top with a favorite sauce, and you're ready to eat. --Meg Heffernan ... Read more

Features

  • Hand wash only; lifetime warranty against defects
  • Pasta maker attachment for making fresh mini-lasagna noodles
  • Fits Villaware's Imperia hand-crank pasta machine
  • Stainless-steel construction ensures durability and long life
  • Makes 12-millimeter noodles

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Goulash
This attachment makes a noodle of exactly the right width for heavier sauces such as goulash. You'll get a great biceps workout and have delicious fresh pasta for the table!

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Attachment
Perfect for goulash and similar thick stew-like sauces. Very sturdy construction.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great addition to the pasta machine
I have been using my pasta machine for years (not very often, time is tight) and I decided to buy some new attachments to widen my repertoir. This was a success and I suggest you do too, if you like to make pasta at home. I think it is a nice "social" activity, if your kitchen is big enough for a friend or two.

I just want to add a word of advice: I read in the characteristics that you can hand wash the attachments with soap and water. DON'T DO IT! I don't know if the English instuctions say that, but you are not supposed to wash the machine at all, if you don't want it rust. Just clean it with a brush, or if you really want some alcohol, and, if some dough sticks, wait half an hour. It will dry and come away easily.

5-0 out of 5 stars Super Attachment!
I've had a pasta machine for one year, now. This mini lasagna noodle cutter is great! The noodles are wider and my family likes them better than the regular spaghetti size.
If you like homemade noodles, buy this attachment. You won't regret it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not great
There seems to be a trend with the Imperia Pasta Machine attachments. The ones with wooden rollers don't work, the ones with metal ones do. As this one is all metal construction, it works reasonably well. Over all an enjoyable product (and a good arm workout). ... Read more


5. Villaware Ravioli Attachment for Imperia Pasta Machine
list price: $39.99
our price: $35.99
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Asin: B00004SPDT
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 13074
Average Customer Review: 2.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This ravioli maker attachment for the Imperia pasta making system lets you make mini raviolis at home--and the raviolis look just like those bought at any Italian bistro. Requiring little assembly, this ravioli maker has an internal roller that creates the critical, even, riveted, edged pattern that distinguishes classic ravioli. As two sheets of pasta pass through the ravioli maker, the desired filling is evenly distributed and comes out in sheets of three finished raviolis. The set also comes with a pasta sheet cutter; sheets will be even and straight as the dough rolls over the wood rollers and into the ravioli maker, ensuring a more precise cut. A brush is also included for cleaning and to avoid problems with dried pasta dough the next time it is used. --Teresa Simanton ... Read more

Features

  • Made in Italy
  • Makes 1-inch mini raviolis
  • Heavy steel construction
  • Wood rollers smoothly guide pasta sheets
  • Includes small brush for thorough cleaning

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars A Mess!
I was so excited to make my own ravioli, but it was all a fiasco.

2-0 out of 5 stars When It's Good, It's Good, But ...
I've used this about 6-8 times, and of those, had one trouble-free batch. The other times the dough got snagged by a regulating piece in the middle, or the filling was inconsistent or spilled over (too much, too little). Being left-handed also difficult to work with comfortably.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Wonderful Treat For Serious Users
This attachment is a wonderful investment for serious users of their imperia pasta machine. With a bad recipe and little patience, you will have filling everywhere and you might just be tempted to throw this attachment into the garbage!! If however, you have a good recipe and the patience to try out different settings, you will learn how to easily use this attachment, and get delicious ravioli!!

Practice does make perfect. Once you get the hang of this.....you'll love it!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Messy and useless
I agree with the other negative review below, this attachment is useless for making ravioli. Firstly, the ravioli are way too small (IMHO) and it is very difficult to gauge the amount of filling to put into the machine, as it depends on the consistency of the mixture. It's not possible to roll the pasta thin enough for a good ravioli either, as if it's too thin the filling just squirts right out. It is also impossible to clean when a wet filling gets inside the machine (which it does) if you cannot use water to wash it (which it says you shouldn't as it may rust). I recommend the old fashioned way of making ravioli, it's actually a lot easier and you have more control over the size and shape of the finished product. I actually like the Imperia Pasta machine very much, but this was a very disappointing attachment.

3-0 out of 5 stars Works great when you get the hang of it.
The first two times I used this machine, there was filling everywhere, and not enough in the middle of the ravioli. So for the next time, I made the pasta sheets a little thicker (up to number 5 on the Imperia machine) and when I fed the two sheets and the filling through the ravioli attachment, I only put in a little filling at a time, I cranked slowly, and I shoved the filling in to get it to fill the raviolis better. It worked excellently. Using a 3-to-1 mixture of unbleached and semolina flours was a mixed blessing; the dough was a little more brittle and had to be flattened with a rolling pin before flattening in the Imperia, but the raviolis broke apart perfectly and were more toothsome when cooked. ... Read more


6. Villaware Angel Hair Attachment for Imperia Pasta Machine
list price: $19.99
our price: $15.95
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Asin: B00004SPDL
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 8306
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Create fresh, tempting angel hair pasta with this Italian-made attachment for the Imperia pasta machine. Simply take rolled-out dough and feed it into this stainless-steel attachment. Voila! Fresh, ready-to-cook angel hair pasta is your reward. Pop it into boiling water--it cooks in a fraction of the time dried pasta does--and top with a favorite delicate sauce and you're ready to eat. --Meg Heffernan ... Read more

Features

  • Made in Italy
  • Attachment for the Imperia pasta machine
  • Makes fresh angel hair pasta (1-1/2-millimeter noodles)
  • Sturdy stainless-steel construction
  • Hand wash with soap and water

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best angel hair you will ever eat...
The Imperia is a great pasta machine to begin with -- very heavy, easily cleaned, and simple to operate. I have always like good angel hair pasta and found this to be a simple and quick way to make my own. The results are fantastic -- better than any I have ever purchased from the store. ... Read more


7. Villaware Double Cutter Tagliatelle and Fettuccine Attachment for Imperia Pasta Machine
list price: $29.99
our price: $26.99
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Asin: B00004SPDS
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 6905
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

For those who love to make homemade pasta, there's a whole country beyond spaghetti and linguine. This pasta maker attachment is a double cutter made to fit the imported, professional-quality Imperia machines. One side cuts rolled pasta dough into the familiar fettucini for decadent cream sauces; the other side cuts sheets into tagliatelle, a ribbon pasta slightly larger than fettucini. Made of 100% gleaming and easy-to-care-for stainless steel, it comes ready to use. Just add egg, flour, salt, oil, and water. --Lynne Sampson ... Read more

Features

  • Lifetime warranty
  • Accessorizes Imperia pasta makers for homemade fettuccini and tagliatelle
  • Stainless-steel construction
  • Cleans up with a damp cloth
  • Made in Italy

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Imperia Pasta Machine attachments DON'T work on ATLAS!
TIP: While the attachments for Imperia and Atlas 150 pasta machines are *almost* identical, what is different is (only) the direction of the metal bends which affix attachment to your machine. Buyer beware: Atlas's need Atlas attachments; and, Imperia's need Imperia (such as this) attachments. ... Read more


8. VILLA WARE 177 Al Dente Pasta Machine
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B00006RSIK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 13141
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Amazon.com Review

Looking to impress that special someone in your life? What better way than with homemade pasta. Villaware, a tradition of classic Italian kitchenware since 1906, provides the tools that make it easy. The Al Dente pasta machine, made of heavyweight chrome steel, is great for rolling dough and has a double-sided, 6-inch-wide blade for cutting spaghetti or fettuccine. The steel rollers are adjustable for kneading and there are seven thickness settings to accommodate individual preferences. Its manually controlled crank offers exceptional control, and a removable cutter head makes cleanup simple, while measuring only 6 inches wide--so you won't have to give up much counter space. The only drawback is that after tasting fresh, homemade pasta, it’s hard to go back to the packaged kind.

This easy-to-use pasta machine provides a great way to enjoy pasta just like they do in Italy. So pour that glass of red wine, toss a green salad, take the garlic bread out of the oven, and be ready to wow family and friends with a favorite pasta dish. Optional accessories are available for making angel hair, trenette, spaghetti, lasagnette, lasagna, and ravioli. Villaware makes it possible for anyone to make pasta that looks and tastes like it was made by the pros. Directions and a recipe book are also included to help you get started. This pasta machine carries a one-year warranty. --Catie Unger ... Read more

Features

  • Smooth, manual, crank operation for exceptional control
  • Great for individual or family use
  • Includes cutter for spaghetti and fettuccine
  • Optional accessories are available for making Angel Hair, Lasagna, Trennette
  • All chrome

9. Villaware Spaghetti Attachment for Imperia Pasta Machine
list price: $17.99
our price: $15.99
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Asin: B00004SPDQ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 16512
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Create fresh, popular round spaghetti noodles with this Italian-made attachment for the Imperia pasta machine. Simply take rolled-out dough and feed it into this stainless-steel attachment. Voila! Fresh, ready-to-cook spaghetti is the reward. Pop it into boiling water--it cooks in a fraction of the time dried pasta does--and top with a favorite sauce, and you're ready to eat. --Meg Heffernan ... Read more

Features

  • Makes 2-millimeter spaghetti noodles
  • Sturdy stainless-steel construction
  • Hand wash with soap and water
  • Made in Italy

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice, But Perhaps Not What You're Expecting
I truly expected that the spaghetti attachment would produce round pasta. At best, the pasta is rectangular; it would take a real stretch of the imagination to call it square, let alone round.

That said, this is a nice attachment, whatever you want to call it. It produces pasta with enough heft to be used with substantial sauces, but also with enough delicacy to work with ingredients such small clams. ... Read more


10. Villaware Double Cutter Angel Hair and Trenette Attachment for Imperia Pasta Machine
list price: $29.99
our price: $26.99
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Asin: B00004SPDR
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 25738
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Amazon.com Review

For those who love to make homemade pasta, there's a whole country beyond spaghetti and linguine. This pasta maker attachment is a double cutter made to fit the imported, professional-quality Imperia machines. One side cuts rolled pasta dough into the tiny capelli d'angelo, or angel hair pasta, for delicate sauces; the other side cuts sheets into a wider trenette, slightly wider than fettucini and traditionally tossed with pesto. Made of 100% gleaming and easy-to-care-for stainless steel, it comes ready to use. Just add egg, flour, salt, oil, and water. --Lynne Sampson ... Read more

Features

  • Lifetime warranty
  • Accessorizes Imperia pasta makers for angel hair pasta and trenette
  • Stainless-steel construction
  • Cleans up with a damp cloth
  • Made in Italy

11. Villaware Millegnocchi Attachment for Imperia Pasta Machine
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00004SPDU
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 86919
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This gnocchi maker instantly expands by three the repertoire of anyone who enjoys making homemade pasta. Hitched onto the imported, professional-quality Imperia pasta makers, the MilleGnocchi attachment cranks out cavatelli, gnocchetti sardi, and rigatelli. Feeding a strip of pasta dough into one of three slots on the machine, you'll produce dozens of perfectly formed gnocchi with a few turns of the handle. To clean, just wipe the attachments with a damp towel. --Lynne Sampson ... Read more

Features

  • Lifetime warranty
  • Accessorizes Imperia pasta makers for three different gnocchi shapes
  • Stainless-steel construction
  • Wooden rollers
  • Made in Italy

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Useful for pasta big fans!
I have used my Imperia Millegnocchi only a few times, but I don't agree with the other reviewer that said it was not meant to be used, just for decoration. I find it works fine producing nice looking cavatelli and gnocchetti sardi. The only thing I think is wrong in the instructions is that they say you should use pasta rolled with the wider setting: well, I think it is not enough, it works a lot better if you just knead it well and then make small sausage shapes to pass through the Millegnocchi. And, of course you have to crank it quite slowly to form perfect shapes.
It is not something you absolutely need in your kitchen, but if you are a gadget freak like me, I'm sure you'll enjoy this stuff. Using it is a bit like playing with play dough, and it's fun!

1-0 out of 5 stars Good looking but totally unusable
This machine definetely deserves a star is for its "heavy-duty" look. However, I am unable to judge further simply because my specimen broke down after the first crank. An inspection of its mechanical construction showed that it had not been designed for actual use but rather for kitchen decoration... ... Read more


12. Villaware Tagliatelle Attachment for Imperia Pasta Machine
list price: $17.99
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Asin: B00004SPDM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Villaware
Sales Rank: 94698
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Amazon.com Review

Tagliatelle is the classic Bolognese noodle--flat, medium-thick, and traditionally made fresh. Tagliatelle is usually cut wider than fettucine. But pasta terms can be used loosely in Italy, particularly for those shapes made at home according to family traditions, personal choice, and local dialect. This cutter, which attaches to the hand-cranked machine made by Imperia, Italy's leading pasta-machine manufacturer, cuts noodles 2 millimeters wide, much narrower than Imperia's 6-1/2-millimeter fettucine cutter. Noodles of this width are normally called tagliolini--or sometimes tagliatelline, just to deepen the confusion. Whatever. Imperia's pasta machine is first-rate, and this attachment smoothly kneads pasta dough and precisely cuts noodles.

Other Imperia attachments are available for cutting round angel-hair pasta (1-1/2 millimeters), round spaghetti (2 millimeters), flat trenette (4 millimeters), and flat lasagnette (12 millimeters). There are also double attachments: one cuts both fettucine and tagliatelle, the other cuts angel hair and trenette. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Made in Italy
  • Cuts flat, narrow noodles 2 millimeters wide
  • Attachment measures 7-1/4 by 3 by 2 inches
  • Sturdy stainless steel, should last a lifetime
  • Wipe clean with dry or damp cloth

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