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Atlas Pasta Machine

Updated on November 24, 2008

Have Fresh Pasta for Supper Tonight

If you have ever had the opportunity to go out for supper to your local Italian restaurant, chances are that you have tried fresh pasta. Not only is it healthier for you, but it satisfies your palate better than dried pasta in a box that you get at the supermarket.

Making homemade pasta is inexpensive and easy. There are two things that you need to create pasta at home: a pasta recipe, and a quality pasta machine.

Step 1: Good Pasta Recipe

Your pasta supper starts with the simplest thing: a great recipe.

But the truth of the matter is that there are good pasta recipes and poor ones. Quite often it can take a lot of trial and error to find one that you truly love and you can find a multitude of recipes online or in a cookbook.

If you would like an easy walkthrough of how to make pasta from scratch, take a look at the following video:

Making Fresh Pasta

Step 2: Quality Pasta Machine

The second ingredient to creating a wonderful meal of homemade pasta is a good quality pasta machine. It not only helps ensure that you create authentic Italian pasta, but also enjoy years of trouble free operation.

When it comes to quality, one of the most known brands would be Atlas Marcato. Not only to they provide authentic Italian pasta, but are known for providing a good quality product.

In fact, they have taken things one step further and most of their newer pasta makers have the new WEELNESS rollers that are guaranteed to not leave any residue on the pasta, ensuring that the pasta you create is 100% wholesome.

Great Deals on Atlas Pasta Machines

Marcato Atlas Pasta Machine, Made in Italy, Chrome, Includes Pasta Cutter, Hand Crank, and Instructions
Marcato Atlas Pasta Machine, Made in Italy, Chrome, Includes Pasta Cutter, Hand Crank, and Instructions

Create vermicelli and fettuccini with this authentic Atlas pasta machine that is made in Italy. Makes the perfect gift for pasta lovers.

 

Have you made Homemade Pasta?

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    Affiliiatedesign 

    7 years ago

    These are great machines, My mother passed one down to me that she had for a number of years and it works great. These are great for around the holidays as well.

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    speedsking 

    9 years ago from Seattle

    Nice hub!

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