VonShef Pasta Maker, 3 in 1 Pasta Machine Stainless Steel, Pasta Roller with 3 Cut Press Blade Settings, Table Top Clamp and Pasta Measuring Tool for Homemade Spaghetti, Fettuccini
|Price:||& FREE Shipping. Details & FREE Returns|
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- MAKE PASTA THE TRADITIONAL WAY - Perfect for making a range of fresh homemade pasta dishes
- 3 in 1 MULTI-FUNCTION - Fully adjustable for different thicknesses of pasta as well as kneading and rolling. One blade forms pasta from 2 to 6.6mm with the other blade able to make 1-1.5mm pasta.
- TABLE CLAMP INCLUDED - To hold machine in place as well as a pasta measuring tool
- STAINLESS STEEL - Sturdy and stylish retro design
- CARE GUIDE INCLUDED - Maintenance instructions included to help keep machine new
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.
Fully adjustable for different thicknesses of pasta as well as kneading and rolling making it perfect for making a range of fresh homemade pasta dishes.VonShef 3-in-1 Stainless Steel Pasta Maker
Enjoy fresh pasta whenever you'd like with the VonShef Pasta Maker.
Fresh ingredients can be easily transformed into an endless variety of homemade pasta dishes. Why not impress dinner guests with homemade ravioli made from scratch, with your choice of fresh fillings?
Or treat the family to a classic lasagne with layer upon layer of fresh egg pasta.
The pasta maker can be adjusted to produce pasta at varying thickness for whatever your culinary needs - also can be used to roll out sugar fondant for use in cake decoration!
Also included is a Table Top Clamp and Pasta Measuring Tool to help you make the perfect pasta, everytime.
Sturdy and stylish, the VonShef Pasta Machine is an attractive addition to any kitchen and great talking point with guests!
Full Care Guide and Instruction Manual Included
Compare with similar items
Marcato Design Atlas 150 Pasta Machine, Made in Italy, Includes Cutter, Hand Crank, and Instructions, Silver
GOURMEX Stainless Steel Manual Pasta Maker Machine | With Adjustable Thickness Settings | Perfect for Professional Homemade Spaghetti and Fettuccini | Includes Removable Handle and Clamp (Silver)
Norpro 1048 Pasta Drying Rack
Pasta Machine, iSiLER 150 Roller Pasta Maker, 9 Adjustable Thickness Settings Noodles Maker with Washable Aluminum Alloy Rollers and Cutter,Perfect for Spaghetti, Fettuccini, Lasagna or Dumpling Skins
|Shipping||FREE Shipping. Details||FREE Shipping. Details||FREE Shipping. Details||FREE Shipping on orders over $25.00 shipped by Amazon or get Fast, Free Shipping with Amazon Prime||FREE Shipping. Details|
|Sold By||DOMU Brands LLC||Amazon.com||Chef's Choice||Amazon.com||iSiLER US|
|Color||Stainless Steel Pasta Maker||Silver||Silver||Wood||Silver B|
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Slight design flaw with the table-top clamp. It is hard to use if your counter does not have at least a 2" wide overhang because the tightening levers are just a fixed plastic wing nut to grab and tighten. A better design would have a sliding bar (like a typical shop c-clamp). I will grind off the arms of the wing nut and use pliers to tighten it down on my 1&1/2" overhanging counters.
First time use was with an egg noodle pasta mixture. The flat rollers to pull out the dough work okay but get a little bit of dough stuck under the roller guards. The pasta was rolled to a setting of "7". The vermicilli cutter (second widest of the noodles) does not completely separate the noodles so you end up with wide noodles composed of 4-6 thinner noodles stuck together. Dusting through flour after the cutting head helps to separate the noodles some, but there are still lots of clumping.
Second batch was a basil-spinach pasta with the fettucini cutter (widest noodle). This type of pasta has some plant fiber that the cutters did not cut through so ended up with lots of very wide cross-linked noodles that took a lot of pulling apart to separate. Experimented with different thicknesses of the noodles and did not find a setting that was any better with cutting this type of pasta.
I tried to make a crab-ricotta stuffed ravioli. Instructions for the ravioli attachment would be a good inclusion with the maker. Searched on You-tube but did not find anything specific to this type of gizmo. After some experimentation, I came to the conclusion that making one long lasagna sheet, folding it in half, and starting it into the ravioli maker MIGHT be the best way to make the ravioli. (I also tried starting with two separate sheets feeding from each side). In theory, the stuffing mixture would be placed in a glob in the vee formed between the two rollers, turn the crank and the individual raviolis would be be filled but it didn't work that way. The crab mixture might have been too wet or soft, but only the first ravioli in the sheet got filled and the rest were empty. I will try again with a harder meat filling before I write the attachment off completely. I suppose its possible to use a spoon to only fill each ravioli as the crank turns, but at that point its easier to just use a manual ravioli tray press. It would also be nice to know how long the lasagna sheets should be, so you don't end up with the last ones without enough pasta to seal the ends (assuming I can get it to work with a stiffer mixture). It would also be nice to be able to immerse the ravioli attachment in water to clean it because the stuffing mixture is going to require more cleaning than just brushing off dried pasta.
Conclusion: Needs better clamping system. Needs tighter tolerances on the cutting heads so noodles separate. Needs instructions on ravioli attachment.
1) I wish the handle clicked into place a little more firmly. It tends to slip away and clatter onto the floor when you let go to fold and reposition the pasta.
2) The included clamp doesn't fit well onto all countertops AND it would do well with some suction cups on the opposite side.
Top international reviews
With regards to cleaning, under no circumstances should you put a past machine through water. There are too many small, intricate pieces which could become damaged, or rusty, making for an inferior product. If you need to clean dough out of the mechanisms, allow it to dry, and pick it out with a toothpick, or similarly small item. If you try to hook out fresh dough, with it being soft, its more likely to get jammed in further. If its dry, it'll crumble and fall out much more readily.
is well worth the moneyI have had great fun making my own pasta I
would highly recommend this pasta maker
Only issue being that the top mounted roller comes off a little too easily so we had some issues, but as long as you're gentle with it and slot it in correctly, you're fine.
The narrowest gauge, rips the pasta.