Kitchenaid Pasta Roller
Do you love Italian cuisine? Do you wish that you could make lasagna and homemade pasta just as delicious as your grandma made it? Thanks to Kitchenaid, it is quick and easy to make delicious, fresh, homemade pasta with their easy-to-use pasta roller. All you do is snap the attachment onto your Kitchenaid, feed the dough through one end, and out comes perfectly sliced pasta on the other end. That’s the beauty of the KitchenAid Pasta Roller.
The Kitchenaid pasta roller is great for culinary students who like to practice at home. It also makes a great gift for holidays and birthdays. The roller is a welcome addition for anyone who is looking for a fresher and cheaper alternative to buying pasta at the store.
It is perfect for any pasta lover because of the separate pasta attachments, that allows you to create different types and lengths of pasta. If you want to make linguini, just pop on one of the thicker cut attachments. If you want to make spaghetti, pop on one of the thinner cut attachments. They also have tons of other pasta roller attachments that allows you to create ravioli, perogies, and other stuffed pastas as well. Using all the different Kitchenaid pasta rollers will allow you to improve your skills in the kitchen, and get fun and creative with making new types of pasta. Thanks to the wonderful Internet we have today, you can easily buy Kitchenaid’s pasta rollers online without getting off the couch. They are also available at William-Sonoma, Macy’s, Target, and pretty much any other store in your area that sells Kitchenaid accessories.
As a bonus, some stores also sell Kitchenaid sets that include not only the Kitchenaid pasta rollers but also other pasta attachments and knives for easier pasta making. Be careful where and what you buy, some Kitchenaid pasta rollers can go for as much as three hundred bucks, and pasta roller sets that come with the extra attachments and knifes can sometimes cost anywhere from six hundred to eight hundred dollars. And do not forget that ordering online may cost more due to shipping and handling, so be sure to check your local stores for sales and coupons before purchasing over the internet.