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KitchenAid® Pasta Extruder

Make your own fresh and delicious handmade pasta anytime. Simple-to-use extruder attaches to any KitchenAid stand mixer to make large or small macaroni, fusilli (corkscrews), bucatini (thick hollow tubes), rigatoni (short ribbed tubes) or spaghetti...Read More

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Make your own fresh and delicious handmade pasta anytime. Simple-to-use extruder attaches to any KitchenAid stand mixer to make large or small macaroni, fusilli (corkscrews), bucatini (thick hollow tubes), rigatoni (short ribbed tubes) or spaghetti.

Includes cleaning brush, auger, pasta ring and combo tool with a flat end to push dough into the press, wrench to loosen the pasta ring and hook to remove auger from casing.

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Attaches to any KitchenAid stand mixer to make large or small macaroni, fusili (corkscrews), bucatini (thick hollow tubes), rigatoni (short ribbed tubes) or spaghetti Includes cleaning brush, auger, pasta ring and combo tool with a flat end to push dough into the press, wrench to loosen the pasta ring and and hook to remove auger from casing Made in China

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  • Model: KPEXTA
  • Made in China

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  • Hand wash
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Wonderful-need more plates/pasta shapes!
Very easy to use and makes great pasta! I have not had any problems separating the different pieces of the plates to clean. I have found the whole thing really easy to clean after letting the dough dry. I love it! It does take some time (and machine power) to get the pasta extruded and my little Artisan mixer is pretty warm after the workout. Also, the angle of the attachment on the standard counter height means leaning over for most of the process, which is tiresome. I plan to put a few cookbooks underneath the mixer to help out next time.
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Rosemarie S on Dec 29, 2015
Took the Ravioli Class and got excited about doing all sorts of homemade pasta.
Dixie F on Dec 11, 2015
I was visiting a friend who had one, on your recommendations, and she hadn't taken it out of the box yet. We had a GREAT time making the pasta while our fellas made the sauce. So HAD to get one too....
Aleso G on Dec 18, 2015
My future brother-in-law is a foodie, they wanted this for Christmas.
Janice J on Dec 9, 2015
Does this include the 6 pasta plates to make the different sizes of pasta?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2014
Best Answer: This extruder includes six plates to make fresh strands of spaghetti or bucatini pastas, and short pastas like rigatoni, fusilli, large macaroni or small macaroni
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Jan 28, 2014
The pasta plate has a plastic piece inside a metal cap. Does anyone have any problem with the 2 pieces separating?
Wendy C on Apr 11, 2015
Best Answer: I just used my machine for the first time this weekend. I tried the fusilli plate first then switched to the rigatoni. After making the rigatoni I was able to pull apart the plastic piece from the metal cap and clean it right away. There was some dough in between the plastic and metal cap so that created enough space to get my finger nail in between it to pry it apart. The fusilli plate was a different problem. I couldn't get it apart so I let it dry overnight but it still wouldn't separate. I put the plate in a bowl of boiling water and let it soak for five minutes. I was then able to pry it apart enough to stick a thin bladed knife in the space to pry it open all the way (watch those fingers!) There was no leftover pasta in between the plastic piece and metal cap. Too bad there isn't some type of overhanging lip in the plastic piece that you could use to pry the two apart when you are finished using the plate. My next idea if the hot water didn't work was to put it in the freezer to see if the metal would contract enough to be able to separate the two. Luckily I didn't need to resort to that option.
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