Sunbeam® Mixmaster® Planetary Stand Mixer Pasta Maker Accessory
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With the use of the Pasta maker accessory, making homemade pasta has never been easier. See More...
Homemade pasta can be made quickly and easily in your own kitchen with five various pasta disks to get the pasta of your choice; thick & thin spaghetti, macaroni, parpabelle and fettuccine. All removable parts are easy to clean.
- Storage Case for pasta disks
- Pasta Maker Housing
- 5 Assorted Pasta Disks (thick & thin spaghetti, macaroni, parpabelle, fettucinne)
- Wrench; loosens the pasta lock to change pasta disk or for cleaning
- Food Pusher helps to move dough through the hoops
Sunbeam® Mixmaster® Planetary Stand Mixer Pasta Maker Accessory is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cpend2 from Very disapointed So I bought this mixer today and was super excited to use it, I had also bought the pasta attachment which was my main purpose for buying the machine, when I got home I went to work right away making pasta I was very impressed with the pasta attachment and my homemade fettuccine was looking awesome but about half way through the 2nd batch the attachment came flying away from the machine hitting me in the wrist upon inspection my husband discovered that it was not clipping in place properly, so not very safe, not sure if it was just the particular one that I got or if they are all like that. Very disappointed as I was liking it otherwise.
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by maxx from Pas rien d'extraordinaire J'ai acheter le mois dernier mais ça ne fonctionne pas très bien je trouves !
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by Nnzz from Really wanted to like this, but .... Bought this and tried with several different recipes - and couldn't get it to work on any of them. Noodles just started to clump together and there was no way to seperate them - I wish instead there was an attachment like crank pasta makers where you run it through a roller.
Date published: 2018-03-27