This Best-Selling KitchenAid Attachment Makes Your Favorite Pastas in a Flash — and It’s 44% Off
Noodles from scratch have never been easier.
Boxed pasta is one of the easiest meals known to man, but its fresh counterpart is arguably the most delicious. From chewy pappardelle and silky spaghetti to pillowy tortellini stuffed with ricotta cheese, a big bowl of homemade pasta is the kind of dish you savor through the very last bite. And while making pasta from scratch might seem intimidating, it’s actually a skill you can learn in an afternoon.
Chances are you already have the primary ingredients (flour, water, and a couple eggs) on hand, which means you only need the right tools to roll out and shape the dough. One of our favorite machines for doing just that is KitchenAid’s Pasta Roller and Cutter Attachment Set, which connects right to your stand mixer and is on sale for an impressive 44% off on Amazon right now. For anyone who already owns a KitchenAid stand mixer, it’s the easiest way to make fresh pasta a weeknight possibility.
To buy: $139 (originally $250); amazon.com
The three-piece set includes a stainless steel pasta roller that makes 6-inch sheets of pasta in eight different thicknesses, as well as a fettuccine cutter and a spaghetti cutter for your favorite noodles. The tools are attached and powered by your stand mixer, so there’s no need to struggle with a manual hand crank or even clamp it to a countertop for stability. And, like KitchenAid’s other stand mixer attachments, it’s easy to use and doesn’t require a ton of storage space.
Amazon customers love the pasta maker set, saying the equipment makes pasta in a fraction of the traditional time. More than 900 of them have left five-star reviews about its user-friendliness, durability, and quality.
“Buy this if you have a compatible mixer,” one wrote. “It allows you to use both hands to guide the pasta dough and cuts prep time down considerably. Not counting the rest time for the dough, I can literally make and cook fresh pasta in the same amount of time that it takes to boil a box of dried pasta. It has been a real eye-opener, being able to make fresh pasta dishes.”
Another added, “In the past, I've always made my pasta completely by hand—make the dough, roll the dough, cut the noodles, lay the noodles out to dry flat on my dining table... so this was a total game-changer. It took less than an hour from start to finish.”
Other reviewers say pasta made with the KitchenAid tools is even more consistent than hand-rolled sheets. “These attachments work perfectly and make delicious noodles, spaghetti, and sheets of pasta in any thickness you like,” a shopper said. “You will never get such thin and consistent results with a rolling pin unless your name is Nonna.”
While the KitchenAid pasta maker set typically costs $250, right now it’s just $139 on Amazon. But—like a good bowl of homemade pasta—this deal probably won’t be around for long.