Marcato Atlas Wellness 150 Pasta Maker, Stainless Steel
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- Make authentic pasta in your home with the Italian-made Atlas pasta machine
- Body made of chrome plated steel; rollers and cutters made of anodized aluminum
- Easily adjustable, 9-position dial regulates thickness of pasta dough
- Includes hand-crank and clamp with ABS plastic handles; narrow and wide cutters
- Recipes included in the instruction book
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|Color||Stainless Steel||As Shown||As Shown||Chrome Metal|
|Dimensions||7 inches x 8 inches x 8 inches||17 inches x 0.75 inches x 2.25 inches||1 inches x 12 inches x 4.25 inches||6 inches x 8 inches x 7.75 inches|
|Item Package Weight||6.53 pounds||1.6 pounds||0.84 pounds||11.5 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
Bringing Authentic Flavors to the Family Meal
The tradition of quality, function and design continues with Marcato.
Made in Italy for More than 80 Years
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.
Functional and Practical Pasta Making Accessories
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.
Top Customer Reviews
You'll never be happy with this or any other pasta maker if you don't get the dough right. If it's sticking to the roller or cutters, or the noodle strands come out of cutter stuck together, it's NOT the fault of the pasta maker, it's because THE DOUGH IS TOO WET - period. It's fine to use a dough "recipe," but you simply cannot rely on a recipe to produce dough that isn't too wet or too dry - there are too many variables. The type/blend/brands of flour, the temperature and humidity of your kitchen, the size/temperature of the eggs, if the dough has oil in it or not. . .all these things affect the dough. A recipe can be a good guide - a place to start - but you must be prepared to tinker with the dough to get it just right.
To make my favorite pasta I generally use equal parts of all-purpose and semolina flours. I add salt and olive oil to taste - for me that's about a scant ½ teaspoon of each per egg.Read more ›
I am posting because I want to tell you that this machine lived up to its billing. It is easy to use, convenient, and a cinch to clean. My wife (she's half Italian) and I previously made pasta by hand. Thanks to this machine, our process has been signficantly reduced. We are eating fresh pasta more frequently, and the pasta it produces--if working with a reliable recipe (which we do)--garners compliments at our dinner parties.
I recommend that you have two people to work with the dough as you crank it through the machine. Trust me, it will make your life easier. Plus you can enjoy conversation and time spent with your partner.
I bought this machine around Thanksgiving (2006). Absolutely no regrets. Highly recommended!
WARNING: DO NOT USE ANY WATER IN CLEANING. IT WILL RUIN IT. (The old directions were in Italian and it's hidden in there someplace.)
Making the dough is a little tricky. Here is an exact recipe to use with King Arthur's Flour. Personally, I prefer flour I get from Montana Flour & Grains in Ft. Benton, MT. (I'm not associated with either company.) Cheaper flours will not work as well as the moisture content varies too much and they aren't as "sticky."
2 cups flour
1 egg (as fresh as possible)
1/3 cup water
I mix mine in a bread machine until it's thoroughly mixed and then put it on a floured board to shape it gently pressing with the heel of the hand until it forms a circle as wide as the roller. Press an end a little thin so it feeds through easier.
The dough should be dry enough so if you throw a ball of it against the ceiling, it won't stick.
Roll it through a couple times on setting 1, then fold it in half and do it a couple more times. Then you can increase the number 1 at a time until you get to the desired thickness. If it's too moist, dust a bit with flour. If it tears apart, it's too moist.
For lasagna, I cut it in strips with a pizza cutter. There is no need to boil the noodles before cooking in lasagna, but be careful not to leave any edges exposed or they will get hard.
For pierogi, I use a cap about 3 1/2 inches round to cut circles. A small metal coffee can works well, too.
Although others might work as well as this one, they might not. Why take the chance?
Despite the jokes about Fiats and other Italian machinery - this machine is world class. It is heavy, solid and built to tight tolerances. You need to cut your pasta to fit and it's nice to have another set of hands, but once you get used to it the results are amazing!
I also got the ravioli attachment which is awesome. This machine will last forever if you care for it (do not immerse!) and makes a super fresh pasta dinner in less than an hour. My Sicilian mother (rest in peace) would be jealous!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have never made pasta before. When I decided to take the leap, I went with this product. Ridiculously easy to put together and use. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Shannon Hensley
Macato Atlas 150 is definitely worth the money! As soon as I got this product in the mail I had to make fresh pasta. Read morePublished 3 days ago by JT787
Gear worn after 1 year, not working any more! Definitely, it needs long-lasting quality!Published 4 days ago by HAIFENG ZHANG
Anyone looking for a pasta maker may start to wonder: Are all of the models on the market made by one maker? And if so, why the price difference? Read morePublished 4 days ago by SFC
I had never used this type of machine before. It was very easy to use (I watched a few videos online) and I had no trouble making and cutting some great pasta with it (just ask my... Read morePublished 7 days ago by In the hills
Superb. The 9 level in most machines equals the six in this machine.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent machine. There is a learning curve but stick with it.
I suggest having two people if you're making ravioli though, one to roll and the other to fill/stamp... Read more
can't even tell you how many meals we've made with this now that we own one. NEVER GOING BACK TO STORE PASTAPublished 9 days ago by TMac
I was intending to buy another brand but I searched the Internet. This Marcato Atlas fresh pasta maker was rated as the best so I decided to purchase this instead. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
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