Marcato Atlas 150 Machine, Made in Italy, Pink, Includes Pasta Cutter, Hand Crank, and Instructions
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- Marcato’s Original World-Famous Atlas 150 pasta machine rolls and cuts pasta dough for traditional lasagna, fettuccine, and tag at home
- Made in Italy from anodized aluminum and oxidation coloring; includes pasta machine, pasta cutter, hand crank, clamp, Instructions; 10-year warranty
- Rolls sheets of dough to 150-millimeters wide at 10 thicknesses (0.6 to 4.8-Millimeter) for consistent texture, cook time, and taste
- Easily attach the pasta drive motor and any of the 12 pasta cutting accessories (sold separately)
- Called the Ferrari of the pasta machine world by Cook's illustrated; wipe with a Dry brush or cloth; Available exclusively from HIC Harold Import Co
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From the manufacturer
Bringing Authentic Flavors to the Family Meal
The tradition of quality, function and design continues with Marcato.
Italian Style and design recognized around the world
Quality, function and aesthetic style are complemented with a love for tradition and an eye for technical innovation.
Easily make lasagna, fettuccine and taglioni.
The rough surface of the rollers results in a porous pasta that absorbs the sauce.
Bring the authentic flavor of life to the kitchen
Handle allows for easy processing of the dough; adjustable to 10 positions means you can choose thickness of the pasta.
Re-discover the flavors of an Italian tradition
13 Add-on accessories for creating pasta of different thickness, cuts and shapes.
Dispenser: Valuable Ally in the Kitchen
Ergonomic shape for all types of flour, powdered or granulated sugar, powdered cocoa and cinnamon. Easy to clean.
Tacapasta: Pasta Drying Rack
A little dough in a lot of space. The fan-like opening, takes up little space and 16 removable arms for easy transport of pasta. Holds 2 kg of pasta.
Equipped with 9 interchangeable wheels, easy to pull out and slide in. Cut sweet and salty pasta sheets into zigzag shapes.
Genuine Homemade Ravioli
Made of anodized aluminum alloy, provides for stability during cutting; comes with rolling pin.
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Marcato’s original world-famous Atlas 150 pasta machine, called the Ferrari of the pasta machine world by cook's illustrated, rolls and cuts pasta dough for making traditional Italian pasta at home. Nothing tastes better than fresh authentic homemade pasta and learning how to make fresh pasta couldn’t be easier! Easily make 3 pasta shapes, lasagna, fettuccine, and tag The adjustment dial easily controls the dough thickness and rolls homemade pasta dough evenly for a consistent texture, cook time and taste. Rolled pasta cooks more evenly and absorbs more delicious sauce. Roll dough up to 150-millimeters wide and quickly choose from 10 different thickness settings, between a paper-thin 0.6-Millimeters to 4.8-Millimeters, to personalize pasta on the fly to each recipe. The Atlas 150 pasta machine is equipped to attach a pasta drive motor or any of 12 pasta cutting accessories that are sold separately. Wipes clean with a dry brush or cloth after each use. Includes the pasta machine, pasta cutter, hand crank, clamp, complete instructions and a 10-year manufacturer's warranty. Available exclusively from HIC Harold Import Co.
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it wipes down well so clean up is effortless. havent had any problem with dough sticking to the machine blades, but the bottom has a set of three plastic brackets that can be removed so that a brush can be used to scrape away dry bits. another word from the internet forums is vaseline oil, what here in america is called mineral oil, if you ever need to lub it at all. that said, i havent had any problems with any discoloration of my pasta.
the booklet comes with instructions on how to use it as well as a few basic recipes.
this does make for some very thin spaghetti noodles if you dial your pasta sheets all the way to a 9. like ramen noodle. dialed to a 7 is a little thicker than vermecilli. i think i will go up to about a 5 from now on to have it more like languini, which is a pretty perfect noodle for most dishes. the point is that you can experiment to find what is best for you. this is a pretty versatile machine, it is a little workhorse. i'm uploading a couple of pictures, there are already so many uploaded. but this was a batch that i used one egg and parsley garlic and roasted red bell peppers and bread flour with a teaspoon of salt. rather basic recipe that came out pretty perfect and it was fun and very easy to eat. happy rolling.
Red matches my kitchen
Stainless steel is easy to clean
The counter clamp doesnt damage the granite
If you dont put the crank in all the way it can fall out, so make sure its all the way in
Put 1/2 cup of white unbleached flour into a food processor with 1 large egg on top and blend it up. If its still super sticky add a little flour and keep going. You want it to be chunky. Then pull it out, roll it in a ball and cut in half. From there start on 0 and roll through, fold and roll. I do this about 6-8 times until i bump up to 2 where i roll twice WITHOUT folding, then 3,4,5, and lastly 6 (depending on the thickness you prefer). Then you can run it through the pasta cutter. After that add it to boiling water for 1 minute, no more than 2 and then remove from water. Maybe add a little butter to help with sticking. Watch the boiling as the extra flour will make it want to boil over.
If you like basil and garlic add basil and garlic powder to the flour before hand and make some really good noodles!
Minor complaint, the "Red" machine I ordered is most definitely as red as a traffic cone. Which is to say, it's orange. Maybe they're colorblind? Who cares. Time to make pasta!
Top international reviews
We brought this machine as the previous one went rusty. I do not think this will be an issue with this one.
The maker is well made and does not feel cheap. We were prepared to pay the extra given our experience with the last one.
Critically it is easy to clean (as far as they can be).
For us it is used once a week and it makes sense for us to pay the extra but this may not be relevant for everybody who might want to experiment ( I would suggest borrowing one in that case).
All in all this is a good mid range maker likely to last, but as always it’s value is in the frequency of usage and so many kitchen items remain under used.
Well made and looks really smart. I love it.
Pros, smooth crank action, sturdy, looks professional, makes perfect sheets, handle and clamp are made of metal and price is worth it, trust me.