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Cuisinart SM-PM Pasta-Maker Attachment for Cuisinart Stand Mixer, White
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- Pasta-maker attachment for making fresh pasta in minutes
- Connects to slow-speed power outlet on Cuisinart stand mixer
- Spaghetti, macaroni, large macaroni, rigatoni, fettuccine, and lasagna plates
- Cleaning tool, measuring cup, and instructions included; dishwasher-safe; Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
- COMPATABLE MODEL"Series": SM-70, SM-70BC, SM-70BK, SM-55, SM-55BC, SM-55BK
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The Cuisinart Pasta Maker Attachment connects to the slow-speed power outlet on any Cuisinart Stand Mixer to make a variety of homemade pastas. Six pasta plates let you select spaghetti, macaroni, large macaroni, rigatoni, fettuccine, or lasagna. Assembly is simple and all parts are dishwasher-safe. Homemade pasta will become an everyday affair!
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I own two pasta makers in my home and this would have been a nice addition for making macaroni.
Here are my thoughts:
It's not dishwasher safe:
The product description reads "all parts are dishwasher-safe", but in fact they are not.
That silver looking ring that keeps the shapes in place is not stainless steel.
After being in the dishwasher, the finish came off only to leave a metallic, oily residue on your hands. After a week, I could not get rid of this oily residue and did not want my food touching it.
Also, removing dough residue is nearly impossible in the dishwasher.
The tools provided do not help clean the inside of the machine.
Terrible usability issues for one users:
My pasta recipe worked well (I use the one from Thomas Keller's Adhoc cookbook) with no problems on any of the dies/cutters. However, you need constantly cram a lot of small bits of dough into the top area to get some action out the other end. Because the plastic dies are plastic and the poor usability of having to constantly cram dough in, cutting macaroni gets to be really tough because the noodles that come out get stuck to each other. From a design perspective, there should be some kind of piece in the middle of the cutter that keeps macaroni from touching each other.
Tools, cutters, and disassembly:
As for the lasagna cutter, it's a joke. It's about an inch wide.
No one makes lasagna sheets with 1" wide sheets, unless you're a fool.
The tool for rotating the metal ring should be made of metal, but it's made of plastic. It only works for loosening, not tightening; which is flat out bad. Removing the die/cutter was nearly impossible because the leftover bits of dough keep it from coming loose from the maker. I had to soak the thing for an hour to get the die off and disassemble the insides.
But if I make the dough a head of time, and we get a good system going then we get to enjoy the awesome taste of fresh noodles.