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KitchenAid KPSA Stand-Mixer Pasta-Roller Attachment

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  • Pasta-roller attachment offers a fun way to enjoy traditional Italian cuisine at home
  • Sturdy metal construction; attaches easily to KitchenAid stand mixers (sold separately)
  • Creates 6-inch sheets perfectly sized to feed into pasta cutters or ravioli makers (sold separately)
  • Can be adjusted between thick and thin settings; washing by hand recommended
  • Measures approximately 3-1/2 by 9-3/5 by 2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.1 x 9.6 x 3.5 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000TTCK64
  • Item model number: KPSA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,778 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Designed for use with KitchenAid stand mixers (sold separately), this pasta-roller attachment offers a fun and authentic way to enjoy traditional Italian cuisine at home. The metal unit attaches easily to the mixer's hub, and its multi-height function allows for creating thick or thin sheets of pasta as desired. Furthermore, its efficient rollers turn out 6-inch sheets of pasta--perfectly sized for feeding into KitchenAid pasta cutters and ravioli makers (sold separately) to create fresh lasagna noodles, fettuccini, linguine, and other delicious appetizers and main dishes. Alternately, roll the full-size sheets with spinach, ricotta cheese, and prosciutto to create mouthwatering cannelloni that tastes straight from the hills of Tuscany. The hand-washable pasta-roller attachment measures approximately 3-1/2 by 9-3/5 by 2 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.

Product Description

Roll homemade pasta dough into thick or thin sheets to create exquisite lasagna noodles or hand cut into fettuccini. Roller creates 6-inch wide sheets that feed perfectly into our various pasta cutters and ravioli maker.


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Customer Reviews

This was a gift for my wife and she was very excited to see it.
A. Beckstedt
I have made semolina pasta using this attachment, which is very firm and challenging to roll by hand, and the KitchenAid pasta sheet roller makes it very easy and fun.
J. Wright
The problem with the roller is that the pin or bolt that connects to the mixer breaks soooo easily.
Wink

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 108 people found the following review helpful By John J Quasarano on March 16, 2008
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I purchased this item because the original roller attachment from the three-piece set I received over three years ago finally broke. Please bear in mind that I make more pasta than 99% of those who will buy this machine - usually FOUR dozens eggs worth per session (every month or so) - I did not hesitate to buy another.

It works perfectly! It also seems that they have made some changes since the last model. The copper scraper-plates where the dough is extracted have been changed to plastic (this actually is a GOOD thing, as little bits of copper will not get into your noodles if they break off). Also I have heard that they changed the gears from plastic to metal (another plus for durability if it is true).

My last model was on its way out for a LONG time (you could hear it), and when I used this one I had realized how quiet it used to be when working!
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By J. Wright on December 26, 2007
I am very pleased with the KitchenAid pasta sheet roller. I have made semolina pasta using this attachment, which is very firm and challenging to roll by hand, and the KitchenAid pasta sheet roller makes it very easy and fun. The pasta comes out great. I highly recommend this product. (By the way, it is recommended that you get a higher-watt KitchenAid mixer if you are going to make semolina pasta as the basic KitchenAid mixer only has a 250 watt motor).
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63 of 71 people found the following review helpful By R. Foote on September 23, 2008
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This is a good roller, much better than using an Atlas hand pasta machine (which I've done for years). But little pieces of pasta dry up inside and is time consuming to get them out. Last one I had I was cleaning it with a rag and the rag got jammed in (it was turning as I was cleaning the rollers). A brass piece broke inside, so now I am on my second one.

The fact tht you don't have to use one hand to crank while feeding the pasta makes for a better deal. Also, pay attention to the VERY confusing ordering system - you need this pasta roller , AND you need cutters if you want to make anything but sheets, and the various kits all have these weird codes. The picture of this one looks like it makes fettucine, in fact it only makes lasagna so you need to get additional cutters (and a pasta rack) to really use it. I like their egg pasta recipe, BTW.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Joanne on April 17, 2013
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Loved this right out of the box. Years back I bought a clamp-style pasta maker with roller and attachments. The main unit attaches to my granite countertop. I even bought a motor some time back to make it 'easier' and faster to make pasta. Yet, I never could get into pasta-making to the extent I liked making breads or pizza. Even buying a motor unit for my countertop model, I found it too much of a hassle. When I recently bought a K-Aid standmixer, I bought the extruder first and found it fun to make shapes with dough; and then this roller was next on my list--not because I didn't have one already, but just because. It is so much easier than the motorized clamp-style I have, like night and day. So I'm here to say, if you are debating which one to buy, and you already own a K-Aid mixer, no contest. Get this one. The sheets roll out perfectly, quickly, and easily. I like making larger, wide 'noodles' since that's easy to cut by hand w/o any attachments. I even took out my ravioli cutter w/rippled edges and made the edges of the noodles scalloped as I cut the long strips. They were so tender and delicate by the way! I want to make cannelloni 'wrappers' next and fill them up and roll them--then lasagna, then ravioli. (By the way, I do NOT use eggs in my pasta recipes bc of serious allergies of my 7 yr old granddaughter. I simply use warm water to replace eggs. It holds together well and no sacrifice of texture or taste; and bc it's for my little granddaughter, most importantly, SAFE for her to eat).

To get started, I set the dial on #l, folding the dough sev'l times and feeding it through until it is wide enough to fit the full width of the 6" roller...then I set dial to #3, feed the dough through ONCE, this time no more folding necessary.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Leary Blaine on October 18, 2010
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If one reads the instructions for this item, it says specifically not to use a knife to attempt to fix a "jam." By all means, do heed this warning! I had to buy this replacement exactly because I did this stupid thing, and the ever-efficient roller sucked the knife blade right in, ruining both the knife and my original roller.

This thing beats rolling by hand by about 200%. First, you can go way faster. (I set the KA motor on about 4 or 5.) Second, you have both hands free handle the dough. Homemade pasta can now be a weeknight affair. Get home, roll-up your sleeves, make the dough ball, and put it aside to rest. Go upstairs and change out of your work clothes. Come back down, start the sauce on the fire, grab the KA, attach the roller, and roll and cut your noodles. Before your marinara's even thickened, they'll be ready.

Just one complaint: my goodness those numbers (for the thickness) are hard to see! I end up setting them mostly by feel.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 23, 2010
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I already have a pasta machine - a hand-crank traditional type, to which I've added an attachable motor. This one works fine, but I got tired of moving the motor back and forth from roller to cutter etc.
The KitchenAid roller is AWESOME! It is quieter, wider and has 2 additional thickness settings (8 in total) so that I can get my pasta paper-thin. LOVE IT!! I still use my old traditional machine for cutting the pasta sheets into fettucine noodles. (no more switching motor back and forth!)
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