Imperia Pasta Machine
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Homemade pasta is easy to prepare with this old-fashioned Italian-made machine, the same kind used in home kitchens throughout Italy. The optional attachment rolls, stuffs and crimps dough to make pillow-like ravioli.
- Includes two pasta rollers, one for solid sheets and the other for fettuccine or linguine.
- Extension plate helps guide the dough.
- Clamps firmly to your countertop.
- Nickel-plated steel rollers.
- Rubber feet hold machine in place on countertop.
- Optional attachment rolls, stuffs and crimps two sheets of dough into ravioli.
- Made in Italy.
- Dimensions & More Info
- Pasta machine: 7 1/2" x 8" x 6" high.
- Ravioli attachment: 4 1/2" x 6 1/2" x 5 1/4" high.
- Red: Enameled and chromed-steel construction.
- Silver: Chromed-steel construction.
- Use & Care
- Use a soft brush to remove excess flour, and wipe with a dry cloth.
- Machine and attachments should not be cleaned with water or detergents as they can cause the machine to clog or rust.
- Occasionally place a drop of oil where the rollers meet the machine to keep the rollers moving smoothly.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by PASTAGALORE2 from CLAMPING TIP Here in Italy we use a thick piece of cloth (or a piece of cloth that has been folded several times) between the clamp and the table, over and under the table, to protect the table and give more stability. I hope this helps.Date published: 2016-03-11Rated 5 out of 5 by spattan from Store bought pasta -- never again. Received this in the mail a few days ago. Have used it twice and so far it's been great. I have had no issues. Easy to set up and a breeze to use. Easy to clean. Very excited to many years of continued use.Date published: 2016-01-28Rated 5 out of 5 by CookinginWI from Great little gadget Purchased for our teenage chef and she immediately mastered the art of noodles-in fact we have already enjoyed 3 meals because of this little machine. Easy to assemble and use and creates great noodles. Looking forward to many more pasta centered meals!Date published: 2016-01-07Rated 4 out of 5 by BAppetito from Nice machine Pasta machine works very well and easy cleanup. The knob that sets the thickness could be a little smoother but overall a very efficient machine.Date published: 2015-09-08Rated 4 out of 5 by gerene1 from Pasta maker We used it for the first time and thoroughly enjoyed the experience of making our own pasta and it taste so much better than store bought. I would have given the pasta maker 5 stars easily but the one thing that held me back was the clamping system. It clamps down on one side but it really needs to be held down on both sides. I would buy it again no problem but just a design flaw for me.Date published: 2015-05-18Rated 5 out of 5 by Royboy99 from a great device It took a bit of a learning curve, primarily to get a dough recipe that works for us. I finally developed my own . I use two cups of semolina flour, two eggs, two tblsp olive oil and 2 tblsp water. knead by hand, put it in a freezer bag to rest, cut it into about 6 pieces which I roll out with a rolling pin to get them thin enough to feed into the rollers run it through the rollers about four or five times at each setting until I get it to the thickness I want. (After each trip through the rollers I fold it into thirds, hit it enough with the rolling pin to get it back into the rollers, then roll it at 90 degrees to the last pass through. ) When it's thin enough I cut the strip of dough in half and run it through the cutters, then hang the finished pasta over the pins of a wooden pasta rack to dry. My wife and boys love it. If you're clumsy, not good at critical thinking or just plain inept, suck it up and get an automated extrusion-type machine. Your pasta won't be as good, however.Date published: 2015-02-03Rated 5 out of 5 by JoeyJamie from Couldn't be simpler! We've had our eyes on various pasta makers/machines for some time - the Imperia seemed like the best choice based on price, reviews, and reputation. Although we like to cook, we've never attempted fresh pasta before...we were excited. Last night was our first attempt; it worked beautifully. We followed the instructions regarding set-up and cleaning of the machine. I found a recipe for dough online (2 cups of flour, three eggs, 1/4 tsp. salt, and 1 Tbsp. of olive oil mixed together in a food processor...easy!) The dough rolled out very well and we actually felt like we knew what we were doing. I definitely recommend this product and plan to use it frequently. (I like, too, that the red enamel-ish color can only be found at Williams-Sonoma.)Date published: 2014-12-30Rated 3 out of 5 by KCWi from This thing is unweildy. Perhaps I need more practice. The clamp that secures the machine to the counter is wonky. The crank falls out easily. Instructions on assembley weren't helpful.Date published: 2014-10-22
how to get attachmentsI have imperia pasta maker and the ravioli attachment. I am looking for the pasta facile which is an electric motor. Also my main pasta machine did not include the turning arm. How do I resolve this situation? Any help you can give me would be appreciated. Thank You, LaRondaYes, you can get over a dozen attachments for this machine; plus a motor. I personally recommend the motor, because it helps to produce consistent pasta. It's not difficult to find additional attachments for the Imperia... I would start with the manufacturer, and widen your search from there. Have fun...Date published: 2013-10-22
Can you attach a motor to this machineYes, it will take a motor... I bought one for my aunt when she got a bit too old for the crank. At first she wasn't all that happy about having the motor because she said that wasn't the "traditional" way to make pasta. Understand she was born and raised in Naples, and came to this country after WWII... for her it was all about keeping the traditions. But after a while she grew to use it, and even love having it. Here's what I love about the motor... It controls the output of the pasta in a very uniform way, and frees up your hands to controlling the pasta through the rollers. I think that the motor is an essential element to the machine. As far as I know, Williams-Sonoma does not carry the motor; however, they are not difficult to find... just check with the manufacturer. May I make a suggestion... use for a bit with the crank, and relive the traditions of making pasta that have existed for many generations. Then, go ahead and get the motor... Keep the faith, and keep cooking...Date published: 2013-10-22
How wide are the rollers?How wide are the rollers(how wide a sheet of pasta can you make)?Love this machine. I still have the one my Italian aunt Batali gave me... must be 75 years old, or more. I have it on display in my working kitchen. Back to the question... With the installed rollers you will get a perfect 5.5 piece of delicious hand-rolled pasta. Hope this helps.Date published: 2013-10-22
how do you clean it when done ?I was wondering how to best clean this machine when done making pasta, and what product do you recommend to clean with. Is rust a factor? Do you rinse in very hot water to remove any sticky pasta?brush off all the parts with the stiff brush that is included. That's it! Don't use any water, or oil or anything. If you make colored pasta, just let dry and then keep using the stiff brush. You will ruin the machine if you use anything but the brush to clean it out.Date published: 2013-10-22
does this pasta machine come with a recipe book?yes, it has a very small one with a couple of recipes. I found more information on recipe sites than what was located in the booklet.Date published: 2013-10-22
What other types of pasta can prepared?The video demo shows Fettuccine being prepared as well as the picture. Is there an option/s on the attachment on what type of pasta can be rolled out as the end product? Angel hair, linguini or is it just for the fore-mentioned in the demo? Thank you.The machine(basically roller) comes with an attachment for cutting the pasta sheet which can cut in Fettucine or Tagliolini(flat spaghetti). You would have to buy other attachments for angel hair and linguini.Date published: 2013-10-22
Can this machine make soba noodles?Since these are traditionally made with no (or little) wheat and eggs (pretty much just buckwheat flour, salt and water), the dough has nowhere near the elasticity of 'regular' pasta. Can the Imperia handle it??I haven't tried with buckwheat flour but I made mine without eggs(a little oil, flour, salt and water) and it was perfect. I think the consistency of the dough is the deciding factor for success not the flour or ingredients.Date published: 2013-10-22
Ziti AttachmentsWhere can I go to order pasta in shapes such as macaroni and ziti.the machine comes with 14 attachments!Date published: 2013-10-22