Pasta Makers

Today’s kitchen is a stylish and well-equipped room. In years gone by it was always the hub, the heart of the traditional family home and, in modern times, this is no exception. Creating fabulous food is more popular than it has ever been and creative cooks are looking further than the basics and seeking to hone and expand their culinary skills. Food fads come and go, but one which has seen a meteoric rise in popularity since the nation fell in love with Italy, is pasta.

Idyllic holidays spent in this most beautiful of countries have meant that we have returned home bursting to try to create exquisitely simple menus in our own kitchens. Buying readymade, dried pasta in the supermarket is the easy way out. Today’s adventurous cooks like to try making their own and this desire has led them to purchase a pasta maker to do just that.

These gleaming items of fun are made from stainless steel and are available either in chrome, black or red, thus ensuring a perfect match to the workspace. The addition of a pasta making machine to the kitchen means that serious cooking is carried out and the cook is undaunted by the challenge.

The process of making pasta by hand is an arduous, fiddly one and managing to get the dough rolled out thinly enough to create perfect and traditional shapes is something that Italian women have been doing for centuries.

A pasta making machine takes all the mess and hardship out of this, meaning that every turn of the handle is creating perfectly proportioned pasta. This means less waste and less dough in the bin! Perfect results every time!

The machine is easily cleaned after use and as it is manufactured from stainless steel, it will not rust. It is manufactured from quality materials and will provide years of use. A pasta maker is an ideal way to involve children in the kitchen being great fun to use under supervision.

Fresh, homemade pasta takes a dish to another level and making home-made sauce is just the thing to create a truly authentic Italian meal. Why buy the shop-bought, dried variety when it is so easy to create the healthy, home-made option?