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KitchenAid 3- Piece pasta roller set $119.99

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[The Bay] KitchenAid 3- Piece pasta roller set $119.99

Bummed that my order got cancelled from BestBuy last time. Stumbled upon this and it’s the exact same deal if you sign up for their newsletter for an additional $10 off. Otherwise it’s $129.99.

Have fun making all types of noodles and pastas!
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Picked one up!

Thanks for the link, missed the Amazon and BestBuy one, too. Glad I got my hands on one now to make some getti
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Thanks op, I used code E37462M for 10 dollars off.
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Finally about to use it for the first today with some home ramen.

Going to follow Alex, a youtuber's homemade ramen series

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Cant add to bag at The Bay. Sold out already?
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Is fresh pasta worth the effort over dry? Does it taste way better?
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Gtabuddy wrote: Is fresh pasta worth the effort over dry? Does it taste way better?
1000%. I bought this on a whim from amazon a couple weeks ago when a sale came up (like so many other things I buy thanks to RFD) and my wife and I really enjoyed making pasta on two occasions since then. Created a great stay in date night and the noodles we put together were incredible. It does take some work, but the outcome is impressive. And I'm sure it will only get better as we explore our options.
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Richhy wrote: Cant add to bag at The Bay. Sold out already?
wow that was quick.
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Smokey6 wrote: It does take some work, but the outcome is impressive. And I'm sure it will only get better as we explore our options.
Are we still talking about the pasta maker?
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Honest Question - is making your own pasta worth it the time and effort, when I can get the dried ones at the store? I go to restaurants and can't tell the difference.
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Sepharite wrote: Honest Question - is making your own pasta worth it the time and effort, when I can get the dried ones at the store? I go to restaurants and can't tell the difference.
If you can't tell the difference you are eating dried pasta at the restaurants. PM me and I can recommend a lot of fresh Pasta places in Toronto at different price points. This is about 10 minutes of effort and your mouth will be in heaven.
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Difference is night and day. Fresh pasta/noodles are “bouncy”
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Can these units be disassembled for easy cleaning of the inside?
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Gtabuddy wrote: Is fresh pasta worth the effort over dry? Does it taste way better?
It really depends what you want. I love fresh pasta, and I like doing creative things with it (different shapes, windowpanes, thicknesses, widths, etc.) that you can't always find in dry form (or even readily available fresh forms), but if you're just a spaghetti and meatballs sort of person it probably isn't worth it. With a little practice you can have the dough ready in 15min then rest it for 30+min while prepping the rest of your dinner ingredients and having a glass of wine before dropping it to cook and realizing it only added maybe 15-20min to your total prep time anyways.

I only have the roller, and not the cutters, but it's super easy to lightly flour and gently fold the pasta over on itself and cut to any thickness with a sharp knife. The roller is also perfect for making crackers, if that's something you're into (or want to try).
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I recommend the Philips pasta maker instead.. way less hassle to use
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100% agree with NineOne about the timing of making the pasta.

First time we made it, it wasn't very good because we let the pasta clump together but by the second time we had drastically improved and we were much faster at making it. Even eating it with a simple bolognese sauce was 10x better than store-bought noodles.

We always make a few servings and freeze the rest. It doesn't compromise the texture and taste very much and saves us even more time. Highly recommend getting this product!
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hollywood wrote: Can these units be disassembled for easy cleaning of the inside?
My unit said no water cleaning. They give you a flour brush to swoosh away all the flour dust.

Any decent pasta dough you make should not leave any dough clumps or residue in the pasta machine aside from the flour dust

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