Imperia Italiana Italian Pasta Maker Set Reviews
Newest Review: ... A few months later my husband's sister gave us this pasta maker for christmas! What a treat! Now we get to have date night ... more
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Customer Imperia Italiana Italian Pasta Maker Set Reviews (3)
by - written on 23/05/11 (Somewhat useful, 16 readings)
After a brilliant first date after our baby arrived, my husband and I went on Italian cookery class! Needless to say it was fantastic! One of the highlights was learning that actually fresh pasta isn't that hard to make and is amazing versital! A few months later my husband's sister gave us this pasta maker for christmas! What a treat! Now we get to have date night revivals with fresh pasta! Perfect! We've done: angel hair, Fettuccine, Pappardelle, Brandelle, and Farfalle. The versatility is what amazes me! I'm keen to try a chocolate pasta! I would never have imagined a pasta in anything but a main! Talk about open my eyes! Anyway, the machine itself is very good, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/10 (Very useful, 254 readings)
I don't expect this review to be read by many people, as making your own fresh pasta is probably viewed as a massive waste of time when dried pasta is such a great product. But I love cooking and I am the type of person who will spend ages making their own dough to make Danish pastries, rather than just opening a packet of ready-made puff pastry. I'd never really thought about making my own pasta until I watched a demonstration by Theo Randall at the BBC Good Food Show in London. I was impressed by how easy the pasta dough was to make and how quickly Theo created tasty looking raviolis with just a few ingredients. I wrote about it on my blog and my enthusiasm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
After buying our first place, my husband and I went a bit kitchen gadget mad. Having never been great cooks before (a fact I put down to the sub-par kitchens we faced in all of our rented flats), upon becoming homeowners, we were both stung irrevocably with the cooking bug. This Imperia pasta maker was bought from Debenham's, along with Jamie Oliver's sea-salt pig - and whilst neither items are seemingly 'must-haves', I can't imagine our kitchen without either product today! After finishing up a particularly grueling week at work, I decided to make a carbonara entirely from scratch, following Jamie Oliver's simple pasta recipe, as seen on an episode of Channel ... Read the complete review
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