3 Piece Pasta Roller Stand Mixer Attachment KitchenAid

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Ever thought about bringing your favorite pasta dish from your favorite Italian restaurant into your home, but want to cook from scratch, including the pasta?

Pasta isn’t hard to make but it can be difficult to cut and roll, and with the KitchenAid pasta roller attachment to your KitchenAid stand mixer, you don’t have to worry any longer.

This is a versatile pasta roller attachment that is easy to use, and easy to connect. The stand mixer pasta roller lets you create fresh homemade noodles and delicate sauces all with one main device. Combining both the stand mixer and the paster roller and cutter means that only one major appliance will take up space on your kitchen counter while you create delicious meals.

The KitchenAid® Pasta Roller attachment rotates your favorite dough at three different speeds and its durable stainless steel cutter can make sheets from 1/16″ (1.5 mm) to 3/8″ (9.5 mm). You are able to create whatever kind of pasta you are after, whether it is sheets for lasagna, spaghetti cutter for your favorite bolognese and a fettuccine cutter for the best carbonara on the street.

There are many other benefits to bringing the KitchenAid pasta cutter to your collection of appliances;

Key Features

KitchenAid Pasta Roller and Cutter Attachment helps you create the perfect dough

Creates a restaurant-quality pasta dish with limited time or effort

With this attachment, you can now make fresh pasta in your own home

Save money by making your own at home

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Kitchen appliances are some of the best additions to a household, and KitchenAid have some of the best on the market. This pasta roller and cutter attachment for your already fabulous KitchenAid stand mixer is the perfect way to go to create the restaurant worthy pasta dishes at home.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.