Feed balls of dough through the hopper and use the built-in wire cutter to customize the length of the noodles.

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With this revolutionary pasta press attachment your KitchenAid stand mixer goes to work making fresh, homemade large or small macaroni, fusili, rigatoni, bucatini, fusili or spaghetti. Position the desired plate and attach the press onto the power hub of any KitchenAid stand mixer. Feed balls of dough through the hopper and use the built-in wire cutter to customize the length of the noodles. Enjoy authentic homemade pasta in minutes, instead of hours spent rolling and cutting by hand. Six pasta plates store inside the included case that conveniently stores onto the pasta press attachment. Includes cleaning brush, instructions and Italian recipes. Auger, pasta ring and pusher tool are dishwasher-safe. Durable plastic housing.

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  • Pasta-extruder attachment offers a fun way to enjoy traditional Italian cuisine at home
  • Sturdy plastic housing; 6 pasta plates with storage case create a variety of pastas
  • Includes cleaning brush, auger and hook, pasta ring, combo tool, wrench, and recipes
  • Mounts easily to KitchenAid stand mixers (sold separately); hand-wash most pieces
  • Measures approximately 5-1/2 by 5-3/5 by 8 inches
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Attaches to Power Hub

On your stand mixer and uses the power of the motor to operate the attachment.
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Six Interchangeable Pasta Plates

Offers great versatility, allowing you to make batches of spaghetti, bucatini, rigatoni, fusilli, large macaroni or small macaroni. The plates are simple to change at any time.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • I see there are reviews about the ring breaking. Have they fixed this issue yet

    I purchased mine around 6 month ago I think and have used it several times with some pretty heavy duty pasta dough (quinoa, homemade) without any problem. You might want to contact KitchenAid directly though if you want to find out if a part has been changed.

  • Is this compatible with all kitchenaids

    As long as you have the place to stretch it on the front top of your mixer.

  • How much pasta does it make per hour?

    It really depends on which pasta your making. Each one runs your Kitchenaid at a different speed and when you first get started you will most likely be a little slower because you will need to get used to making pasta with this attachment. This is a great investment if you like making all sorts of pasta. With time you'll get better and faster. I would say from mixing the ingredients all the way through making the pasta takes about 20 minutes for each batch. ( approximately 2 1/2 pounds)

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