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Imperia Pasta Maker Machine (150) By Cucina Pro - Heavy Duty Steel Construction with Easy Lock Dial and Wood Grip Handle
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- Traditional pasta roller lets you make the freshest pasta you've ever tasted right at home
- Made of heavy duty, shiny chromed plated steel
- 6-inch wide roller with double cutter head that makes thin spaghetti and wide fettucini noodles
- Easy-lock adjustment dial; wood grip handle easily cranks out the dough
- Additional attachments for a variety of noodle shapes available separately
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CucinaPro 150 Imperia Pasta Machine
Your Shortcut To Becoming an Overnight Italian Chef Sensation
The Imperia Pasta machine has quickly become the #1 leading homemade pasta maker and with GREAT reasons..
It's well-built, long-lasting, and absolute piece of cake to use and best of all - it makes the most delicious pasta you will ever taste! Some say even better than what you'll find in top grade Italian restaurants.
Boasting countless 5-star ratings on Amazon and having a massive underground following of Imperia fanatics the Imperia pasta machine is the Rolls Royce of pasta machines.
The Imperia SP150 pasta machine is not just a thing of great beauty it's an object of supreme practicalty - from it's solid steel and wooden cranking handle right through to its sturdy, steadfast table clamp. This is Italian high-end manufacturing and craftsmanship at its absolute finest.
Mamma Mia! You'll love it!
Make the most delicious pasta at home
Whether you're looking to make fettucine, farfalle or conchigle with your Imperia pasta maker you'll find the right model and the right attachment you need. Plus - every Imperia machine comes gift-boxed and complete with your own pasta recipe book which you'll be able to use to stun and amaze your dining guests with wonderful culinary experiences that will live long in the memory. The pasta you create with an Imperia machine is unlike any other - the perfect thickness (you choose it), the perfect consistency and heavenly to taste this is not just pasta.
Imperia Pasta Machine
- 6-inch wide roller
- Includes double cutter for spaghetti and fettuccini
- Additional attachments available
- CucinaPro Item #150
- Made in Italy
Top customer reviews
If you're curious about making fresh pasta and want to give it a shot without breaking the bank, the Imperia is a good compromise. The clamp is solid so it won't move while you're using it, and it comes with the standard fettuccine and spaghetti cutter attachments. If you're only going to make pasta a few times a year, it's a good choice. I found that it didn't hold up to extended use and the locking dial feature was frustrating. It's very difficult to turn the dial with one hand, and you're going to be running through 5 or 6 settings for each sheet of pasta you make; it gets old quickly. After a few dozen batches, the dial also started to fail, so I now have to fight with it to get the correct roller width. When it worked, it worked great, but it's just not a heavy duty machine -- which is fine, because it's not at a heavy duty price.
My suggestion is either: get this, and if you enjoy fresh pasta and think you'll make it often after your first few tries, move up to a beefier machine and gift the Imperia to a friend, before it breaks on you; or just spend the extra dough and you won't have to worry about it.
Setting up the machine: I was able to put it on the counter with the clamp between two drawers and it holds quite well. The counter and cabinets are standard installs. It would be nice if maybe the rod was longer, but it is quite sturdy. It was a little bit tight turning the thumbscrew, but it was quite doable and no knuckles scraped! :-)
Then I grabbed a fist-sized chunk of the dough and rolled it in flour and started running it through the machine at setting 6. Then 5, and on down to 1. At 1, the whole wheat/flour dough did get a few holes and had some roughness the first time, but after a couple of runs through, it was smooth and thin. I then ran a few of these sheets through the cutters. The wider (fettuccine) was good at all thicknesses I tried, 3-1, though a tiny bit thicker was better...we'll see how they cook up. The thinner (spaghetti/angel hair) worked best with the thinner sheets. The thicker sheets - or maybe it was that they were not quite floured enough - make the resulting spaghetti somewhat bumpy, as if it was getting pushed through rather than being cut cleanly.
The handle stayed in while I was working, the only time it fell out was when I let go at the end of rolling and the handle was up and at just the right angle - I think I might have pulled it as I moved my hand away. It was quite easy to get used to letting it go at the bottom of the rotation.
The action feels smooth and even. My dough was pretty thick - whole wheat - and it pulled through quite easily. I didn't force it, just let it sit on top and "pull" itself through. It will take some experience to get this even so my sheets are more square, but the thickness is very even through each level.
Cleanup was easy with the 1" paintbrush I appropriated from our workbench :-) Even the few bits of pasta that were sticky enough to remain in the cutter came off as it dried.
The (minor) negatives and reason for 4 stars: the feeder tray falls out. Because of the way it's attached, the rollers moving the dough into the feeder pulls the tray off. I'll play with it and so far I don't think it's going to be a problem, maybe as I get better with "sheets" it will be more useful (and more annoying that it doesn't stay in). But it doesn't work as expected.
Out of the box, there were 3 rust spots on the side of the machine. They are small and I was able to use a tiny bit of dry steel wool to get them off. We have some chrome spray paint for a tiny touch-up. It was disappointing to have this out of the box, but will not affect function and is easily fixed. Not everyone might have the tools and paint handy, but I'd rather fix it than waste time and resources to send it back, probably to be tossed... We'll see how the finish holds up over the next few months.
Overall: So far, LOVE IT!!!
FIRST BATCH UPDATE: First batch of "real" pasta went swimmingly! 100% semolina no.1. 1 cup of flour and 1 egg for a smaller first batch. It was a little "dry" the first time through on setting #6, it crumbled, had holes and broke in a few places. But a touch of water and some all-purpose flour dusted and kneaded in fixed that. The second and third times through it looked like the picture in the manual! I ran it through to #2 (at some point in the middle it got so long I had to cut it in half) then through the smaller cutter for angel hair.
The instructions have you folding it over and running it through a few times. I did that once or twice on each setting as I thinned it, but the first time I went down a #, I ran it through the single thickness (e.g. when I went from #6 -> #5, I ran it through 6, folded the ends together, through 6 again, then turned it to 5 and ran it through once, THEN folded it, ends together, through 5, then single thickness through 4, etc.)
The last bit I ran through to #3 thickness and did a small bit of fettuccine. There were a couple of bits of metal still in the rollers, so I should have run the cleaning batch through the big cutters a few more times....oops! Still LOVE IT!
Most recent customer reviews
The ONLY issue I had with this product, other than operator error, haha.Read more