Crofton Pasta Machine £6.49 delivered @ Aldi - HotUKDeals
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Crofton Pasta Machine £6.49 delivered @ Aldi

£6.49 @ ALDI
Aldi Pasta Maker
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1 Like #1
Thank you, saw it in the leaflet for £12.99 with the wooden dryer but it's a much better buy for just the machine.

Just bought for a pressie for my son and girlfriend.
[helper]#2
Thank you.
1 Like #3
So tempting.
#4
Gr8 price
1 Like #5
rhythmandsoul
Gr8 price


​thx m8
1 Like #6
I love my kitchen gadgets but have to say this is one that simply never gets used.
#7
heat for price understand kalico comments but price swings it for me. (_;)
1 Like #8
Great for gathering dust on top of the cupboard
#9
Thanks cheaper than eBay :)
#10
Great price. However, pasta is one of the cheapest foods out there. Who really has the time to make it also?

It's a dust collector for 99% of people.

Hot for the price though.
#11
my mum had one years ago and used hers for over 30 years wish I had taken notice on how to make different pasta's
#12
I love this machine, made some gluten free spaghetti using it a few times, but it's expensive to make, so only gets used once and a while.
3 Likes #13
I have a delicate constitution, as such can't eat the durum wheat based dry pasta. I'm fairly adept at making fresh egg pasta and use our pasta machine regularly. I find that the longer cooking time of dry pasta and the prep time/short cooking time of fresh pasta really offset one another. Plus that the texture and flavour of homemade really can't be beaten! as for cost, 100g flour, 1 egg, pinch of salt and drop of olive oil equates to approximately 30p per portion of pasta. fresh egg pasta in the supermarkets costs far more for the same volumes. Sure dry pasta could be obtained cheaper, but it's comparing apples with oranges!
#14
Sold out online
1 Like #15
Bargain.Lover
Thank you, saw it in the leaflet for £12.99 with the wooden dryer but it's a much better buy for just the machine.

Just bought for a pressie for my son and girlfriend.


​Your son is your girlfriend?
5 Likes #16
Perfect for clay and fimo (for crafters)
#17
In store only, can guarantee they will have sold out by the time I get there

Edited By: sean344 on Feb 14, 2017 17:48
#18
steven24
my mum had one years ago and used hers for over 30 years wish I had taken notice on how to make different pasta's
A lesson for us all.
#19
OMG - No joke, I've been looking for one of these today to make a grain mill out of. Thanks!
#20
Does anyone know where to buy the flour that you use to make the pasta. I've run out and can't find it in the supermarket.
#21
Daverobeo
Does anyone know where to buy the flour that you use to make the pasta. I've run out and can't find it in the supermarket.

00 grade flour is sold in morrisons. you can do it with plain flour and it tastes just as good - but it's more difficult to work with.
#22
Bargainhuntersupreme
Perfect for clay and fimo (for crafters)


Have you bought one and used it for polymer clay at all?

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