Imperia SP150 Pasta Machine Reviews
Product Type: Imperia Kitchenware
Newest Review: ... be using. It also has a detachable handle and this is the more basic of the Imperia pasta machines as there is an even more ... more
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by - written on 28/02/12 (Very useful, 94 readings)
I wanted to ask for something a bit different for my Christmas last year which is why I asked for this pasta machine. I am a big lover of pasta and am really into my cooking at the minute so want to get all of the tools that are needed to make my favourite dishes. I do like to cook pasta dishes but to make my own pasta would just make all of my dishes extra special so when I came across this at an affordable price I was very pleased. It looks quite complicated at first but it comes with instructions to keep you on your way. APPEARANCE This pasta machine is a heavy silver metal machine and it comes with a turning handle on the side of it. It is 22.9 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/10 (Useful, 27 readings)
After a late night spree on Amazon, I somehow managed to convince myself that my life wouldn't be complete without owning my own pasta machine, and went with the Imperia after seeing a wealth of positive reviews (as well as negatives for anything that wasn't the Imperia!) I really thought I'd get bored of the thing like every other kitchen impulse buy I've made, but over a year later I'm still using it! I can't speak for the other brands as this is the only one I've had, but it is definitely a fantastic bit of kit. It's rustic and charming, and does need a fair bit of elbow grease when using, as well as being firmly bolted to the counter top or table as it can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/10 (Very useful, 208 readings)
You don't really know until you try. Fresh pasta is so much nicer than the dehydrated version from the packets. OK, you can still make nice dishes from a box, especially if you pay a bit more and buy egg pasta, but fresh pasta knocks spots off it. The bad news is that it's not that easy to get hold of, and it costs quite a lot more than dried. But the REALLY good news is that it's easy to make your own, and it doesn't cost a great deal. To make a lasagne for two, for example, you can create the pasta with four ounces of flour and a large egg. Double that if you're both hungry and want a little left over. So where does a pasta machine come in? ... Read the complete review
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