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CucinaPro 150-02 Imperia Trenette Attachment


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Trenette
  • Chrome plated steel
  • Stainless steel rollers and cutters
  • Make pasta like a pro at home
  • Attachment for Imperia 150 Home Pasta Machine
  • Hand wash recommended
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CucinaPro 150-02 Imperia Trenette Attachment + CucinaPro Imperia Pasta Machine + Norpro Pasta Drying Rack
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Product Details

Style Name: Trenette
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 2 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000IZC1Y0
  • Item model number: 150-02
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #249,643 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Style Name: Trenette

Enjoy the satisfaction of making fresh pasta right in the comfort of your own home with the Imperia Trenette pasta attachment from CucinaPro. This professional grade pasta accessory easily attaches to the Imperia 150 Pasta Machine and will put a fresh, healthy meal on the dinner table whenever you choose! Trenette are a type of narrow, flat, pasta especially associated with Genoa and Liguria. Trenette are the most traditional form of pasta served with pesto alla genovese, a dish known as trenette al pesto,

Customer Reviews

This fits the Imperia pasta machine.
javajunki
If you like to make fresh pasta I would highly recommend it to everyone.
Ron
I was so excited to get this but it turned out to be a huge mess.
jodi hedstrom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By J. Miller on January 21, 2010
Style Name: Ravioli Verified Purchase
Very happy with ravioli attachment. It does a great job of creating the pockets and getting them sealed. Through some trial and error we found that it works best if the dough is not too thin (otherwise it seemed to tear), and if you don't overload the stuffing tray. We just spooned the stuffing into the tray a bit at a time and it worked perfectly. Very heavy duty and good construction.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Clairene M. Guerra on June 11, 2009
Style Name: Motor
I bought this in after I bought an Imperia Pasta Machine. The model 150 was amazing and easy to use but I kept getting cramps in my wrist and hands so I decided to buy the motorizer. I am extremely happy with the purchase. I went from having fresh pasta in a couple of hours with the regular manual maker to having it in about 30 minutes with the motorizer. And it comes out so much more even too! It is a little pricy (I actually got mine for much much cheaper) but I would absolutely recommend it, especially for the busy home cook who would rather have amazing fresh pasta where you can control the flour, eggs, etc. that is used than commercially produced pasta.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By javajunki TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 22, 2010
Style Name: Lasagnette Verified Purchase
For those that are wondering why buy a lasagna attachment when you can simply cut it to size, notice the dimensions on this one. It's actually a "mini" lasagna noodle complete with curled edges and a slightly thicker dimension. Fun size and simple work. This fits the Imperia pasta machine. Same heavy duty construction.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lalla Rookh on January 19, 2012
Style Name: Motor Verified Purchase
I bought this item along with the CP Imperia pasta machine for my husband. He loves both and has told me on several occasions that he would not have been able to live without the motor that allows him to make pasta sans the endless hand cranking as the dough needs to be passed multiple times through the machine to get it the right consistency and thickness. With this motor, all he needs to do now is attach it to the Imperia pasta machine, turn it on, and start feeding the dough through. No more hand cranking! This is an invaluable accessory. My only comment is that even though it looks white in the pictures, the one I ordered here was a high quality, metal chrome. Very pleased with this purchase!
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Janet S. Reider on January 5, 2011
Style Name: Ravioli Verified Purchase
Perhaps there is more than one Ravioli Attachment for the Imperia Pasta Machine and if so I'd like to know about it. Using the ravioli maker attachment was impossible as all it did was squish out the filling (spinach/ricotta) and mash up the pasta dough into lumps that stuck to the wheels of the machine meaning that I had to use a toothpick to get it all out - and, wasted enough dough so that I was afraid I would not have enough for the dinner I'd planned for 4 of us. I switched to the perfect serrated round ravioli cutter to make my ravioli by hand. IF, by some miracle you are able to roll out some ravioli they are teeny tiny ravioli that you'd need about 100 of to make dinner for 4. What a stupid machine! Love the pasta maker though..
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stella Maris on May 28, 2012
Style Name: Gnocchi Verified Purchase
I actually have quite an extensive set of the Marcato Atlas 150 and enjoy using it quite often. I mix my pasta dough with my KitchenAid mixer and then proceed to make some fantastic pasta. The MilleGnocchi is an attachment for the Imperia machine, which I do not have, so after a little modifications, I have adapted it to fit into the Marcato Atlas machine and it works out great!

I have used both hand and electic cavatelli makers in the past so I am familiar with how they operate, and the MilleGnocchi is not very different from them, only better!! After using my KitchenAid sausage stuffer to extrude the pasta dough into a nicely formed 1/2" wide and perfectly fromed "string" I then proceeded to try all three settings of the MilleGnocchi.

First, keeping the width of the pasta to (around) 1/2" will ensure that the noodles formed will be the right size and not have any crossover makings from the other settings.

Second, feeding the pasta is very easy, but before I did that I springled some regular all-purpose flour into the MilleGnocchi in order to prevent the dough from sticking and jamming. I tried all three settings and the MilleGnocchi produced perfect formed Rigatelli, Gnocchi Sardi and Cavatelli.

Third, although it is not a "negative" comment, one limitation of the MilleGnocchi over the other hand or electric units is the limitation on the size, due to the multi-setting of the three different types of shaped pasta that this unit can make. HOWEVER, that being said, I am far more pleased with this MilleGnocchi that I am with just the Cavatelli makers as it is much more versitle and even fun to use.

The unit itself operated without any mechanical problems, and my modifications were only made to the bracket ends that attach to the roller unit. I wish that Marcato made a similar unit, but I am happy with this as it is.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Davis on March 31, 2011
Style Name: Ravioli
I was so excited to make fresh mushroom ravioli that I doubled my recipe and spent 3.5 hours prepping the dough and filling. But when I passed the dough through the Imperia Ravioli Maker, only 2 tiny squished ravioli came out the bottom! The rest got all twisted and chopped up inside the rollers! Thinking maybe it was operator-error, I cleaned the machine and started over, only with the same results. What a huge mess and disappointment. Ended up pressing my ravioli together by hand.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Fire Gems Studio on August 6, 2011
Style Name: Motor Verified Purchase
I am a Polymer Clay artist, and I purchased this motor to attach to my pasta machine, which is a very important equipment piece for my work. I have seen older models of this CucinaPro and they are wonderful, and the photograph that is displayed looks just like the older models. But it is not the same in many ways. 1. It is now made out of stainless steel, 2. The bracket is now made out of plastic and not metal, 3. The plug is in the front which gets in the way, where it use to be in the back, 4. There is no longer 2 different speeds to choose from, only one. With shipping costs, I paid $114.00 for this item, and I had expected a much better value for this price. I will use it, keep it, but with disappointment.

The company really should use a recent photo of their product, the one they show now is VERY misleading.

DMc
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