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The Best Pasta Makers on Amazon

Nothing beats the satisfaction of making your own pasta. From classic spaghetti with tomato sauce to ravioli stuffed with luxurious cheese and truffles, homemade noodles elevate simple ingredients to a dish worthy of a fancy trattoria. While making fresh pasta is a simple process that anyone can master, shaping the dough is the most difficult part. You could work up a sweat by hand rolling out pasta, or go for more rustic shapes like orecchiette, but there's something satisfying about feeding a hunk of elastic dough through a pasta maker and getting a waterfall of perfectly formed noodles.

We looked through dozens of top pasta makers to find the best electric and manual pasta makers to help you find the best one for your kitchen.

Ratings: 4.7 out of 5

Except for the K45SS, this 3-in-1 pasta attachments kit fits ALL KitchenAid Stand Mixers. Much better than the 3 Piece Pasta Sheet Roller. Simply connect it to any KitchenAid stand mixer's power hub. There is no need to change the pasta attachment while rolling the dough and cutting the pasta into spaghetti, Fettuccine, and lasagna.

Ratings: 4.6 out of 5

This 3-in-1 ravioli and pasta maker attachment is compatible with ALL KitchenAid Stand Mixers. This is a multifunctional 3-in-1 pasta attachments set that includes a ravioli maker, a pasta roller, and a pasta cutter. The protective case is made of food-grade plastic. It is also a must-have KitchenAid accessory.

Ratings: 4.2 out of 5

The 4-in-1 electric pasta and noodle maker is fully automatic - just one machine does the mixing, kneading, and extruding for you, making it simple, fun, and convenient to serve delicious, made-from-scratch pasta to your family and friends faster than you can go to the store.

Was $219.99 / Now $113.90

Ratings: 4.3 out of 5

It's never been easier to make fresh, flavorful pasta and noodles. It automatically blends, kneads, and extrudes your favorite ingredients. Add the ingredients, and it will cook 1/2 pound of pasta in as little as 10 minutes.

Ratings: 4.3 out of 5

In 15 minutes, you can make 2-3 servings of fresh, homemade pasta. This pasta machine automates the process of making pasta by mixing, kneading, and extruding it.

Ratings: 4.3 out of 5

This pasta machine comes with two attachment rollers: a pasta cutter and a ravioli roller. You can make two different widths of pasta noodles with a pasta cutter, or 2 cm square ravioli with a ravioli roller. You can eat delicious food without leaving your house!

Ratings: 4.8 out of 5

The three-piece set comes with a pasta roller, fettuccine cutter, and spaghetti cutter, and it produces 6-inch sheets of pasta in eight different thicknesses. The set couldn't be easier or more convenient to use. You don't have to clamp anything to the counter or struggle with a hand crank because the tools are powered by your KitchenAid.

Ratings: 4.2 out of 5

The machine costs about the same as one nice restaurant pasta dish, but it opens up a whole new world of noodle possibilities. It has stainless steel rollers and blades that allow you to roll the dough to nine different thicknesses, as well as three blades that allow you to make different types of noodles (spaghetti! linguine! ravioli!) right away. It can also be wall-mounted and has a detachable crank handle for easy storage.

Ratings: 4.4 out of 5

Amazon customers have given the pasta maker hundreds of five-star reviews. Some people mentioned that it may take a few tries to perfect your water-to-flour ratio, but that it will be worth it in the end.

Was $249.95 / Now $179.95

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

The Imperia Pasta Maker, made in Italy with high-quality stainless steel and a stylish wooden handle, appears to cost an arm and a leg. The good news is that it is surprisingly inexpensive.

Traditional pasta rollers allow you to make the freshest pasta you've ever tasted at home.

Was $89.99 / Now $59.99


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