Imperia Italian 505, 9 Piece Pasta Factory Gift Set includes Pasta Machine reduced from £160 to £38.61 delivered - Mamma Mia this is cheap!! @ Amazon! - HotUKDeals
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Imperia Italian 505, 9 Piece Pasta Factory Gift Set includes Pasta Machine reduced from £160 to £38.61 delivered - Mamma Mia this is cheap!! @ Amazon!

£38.61 @ Amazon
Amazing price, never been this low before - maybe won't last long so get in there if you want one! This pasta factory set has all the necessary tools and gadgets to make a variety of fresh homemade pa…
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Amazing price, never been this low before - maybe won't last long so get in there if you want one! This pasta factory set has all the necessary tools and gadgets to make a variety of fresh homemade pasta. It will allow you to make tagliatelle, lasagne or ravioli with your own custom made fillings. The pasta can be made in six thicknesses using the settings.
The nine piece set includes a durable pasta machine which is precision engineered in heavy duty chrome plated steel. The pasta machine is easy to use with a detachable, rotating handle and a secure clamp which allows you to securely fix the machine to work surfaces. Included in the set are attachment cutters which fit onto the pasta machine, the attachments can be used to make macaroni, ravioli and spaghetti. Additional tools are also included to aid the pasta making process such a pasta brush, roller and wooden scoops which can be useful for scooping flour.
Fresh homemade pasta will give you the satisfaction of producing pasta yourself by using your very own selected ingredients. The set allows you to make your favourite recipes but also gives you scope for a little creativity. Why not try a creamy mushroom tagliatelle with fresh homemade tagliatelle. Ingredients include ¼ diced onion, 25g dried mushrooms, soaked in hot water, drained and liquid reserved, 3 tbsp olive oil, 150g cooked homemade tagliatelle and 50ml double cream. Simply add the oil and onions in a large pot and heat until the onions are soft. Then, chop the drained mushrooms and add them to the pan along with the reserved mushroom liquid, simmering for two minutes. Then add the pasta and cream, season and enjoy.

This pasta set would also make an ideal gift for a cooking enthusiast.

Box Contents


x1 Pasta Machine

x4 Detachable Cutters

x1 Pasta Brush

x1 Pasta Roller

Ravioli Tools

x2 Wooden Scoops
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banned#1
the rrp is a joke as you can get similar pasta machines for around the £20 mark
#2
£20 where???
#3
prob a misprice lol
#4
that is a total joke I got one from Debenhams they stock them in there around £30 I think. I got mine in the sale though
#5
I got mine in a local charity shop for £7.50. This is the sort of thing that you'll use only a couple of times and then realise what an effort it is to make your own pasta when you can buy fresh pasta fairly cheaply these days. However, it is a very good price - go and look in John Lewis you'll be surprised what these machines cost. It's very well made and weighs a tonne. There's a lot of stainless steel there. The cheaper ones are most likely a cheaper metal with chrome plating on. I.e. they will not last as long and are also likely to rust.
banned#6
protoceratops;5045099
£20 where???

amazon. I got a new one from ebay for £12 delivered about a year ago. only used it twice since
#7
csiman;5045438
amazon. I got a new one from ebay for £12 delivered about a year ago. only used it twice since

i've got a cupboard full of similar stuff: dolce gusto machine, panini toaster, fresh bread maker, anthony worral juice maker, the list goes on:roll:
#8
reakt
I got mine in a local charity shop for £7.50. This is the sort of thing that you'll use only a couple of times and then realise what an effort it is to make your own pasta when you can buy fresh pasta fairly cheaply these days. However, it is a very good price - go and look in John Lewis you'll be surprised what these machines cost. It's very well made and weighs a tonne. There's a lot of stainless steel there. The cheaper ones are most likely a cheaper metal with chrome plating on. I.e. they will not last as long and are also likely to rust.


The nine piece set includes a durable pasta machine which is precision engineered in heavy duty chrome plated steel
#9
Fresh homemade pasta is something special though. The guideline amounts of pasta per person on dried stuff are a joke, I usually end up with 2-3 times that amount to fill me up. Fresh pasta made using one of these is brilliant, actually dont need a couple of hundred grams to fill you up.
#10
This is an absolute bargain.
It's the best amateur pasta maker around and cannot be bettered at this sort of price.

Simon F
#11
You gotta play this in your kitchen while using your pasta maker mama mia! :-D : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtmsIq0-T54
#12
Excellent find thank you been after one for ages and at this price and good reviews superb deal XXX
#13
A rolling pin and a knife or pizza cutter also surprisingly well. The end result isn't affected by the equipment, it's all down to how well you prepare the dough. It needs to be kneaded and left then kneaded again and left for 20 minutes before rolling out to use. Otherwise it ends up stodgy.
#14
Got one and never use it. Stupid thing needs to clamp onto a table.

We've got a glass table.

Ain't risking it.

Don't mind spending the effort making pasta though, it IS much better than bought pasta and is real easy to make..
#15
I used to work at Westgate (Department store, co-operative group - similar to Debenhams) and we had stainless steel pasta machines there for £15 constantly.

I don't remember anyone ever buying one.
#16
My Mum has been wanting a pasta maker for a while but they're so expensive on a student budget. Now I can afford one!! Lovely birthday gift that!!
#17
Fantastic bit of kit.
#18
csiman
the rrp is a joke as you can get similar pasta machines for around the £20 mark


I agree you can get similar machine cheaper but this is the best and I have used both.
It is a lot easier to use and whereas the thickness indicator can get stuck on the cheaper option, this is simple.
The attatchments alone are worth £18+ each and the ravioli tin about £15
This really is a fantactis price. I paid £47 for the machine and one attatchment, rav tin and roller
If you're going to get one, get this one, you will not be disappointed

The pasta is so light you'll wonder why you ever bought the dry stuff
#19
radicalbyte
Got one and never use it. Stupid thing needs to clamp onto a table.

We've got a glass table.

Ain't risking it.

Don't mind spending the effort making pasta though, it IS much better than bought pasta and is real easy to make..


open one of your kitchen cabinet doors and attach it to the work surface instead.


as for the product: sturdy machine. good price. don't accept cheaper imitations.
#20
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="5"][COLOR="DarkGreen"]Unless you are a professional chef, a pasta maker is a complete waste of time and money.

You may use it once or twice, and maybe to show off at a diner party. but clamping the thing to your work surface, having flour everywhere, and all to produce something t you can get at any supermarket for next to nothing....

Gods way of telling you that you have too much time on your hands!![/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
#21
expired, now listed at over £100
#22
Mine arrived today. Superb. :)

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