Marcato Atlas - Accesorio de acero inoxidable para hacer cabello de ángel, color plateado
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- 3 x PL Elec . E-27 Max . 23W
- Construcción de acero inoxidable duradero
- Diseñado para la Pasta Machine Marcato Atlas 150
- Hecho en Italia
- Lanza deliciosa pasta para que el sabor de pasta verdaderamente casera
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Marcato's Capellini Attachment for the Atlas Pasta Machine forms and cuts long capellini noodles for making authentic Italian pasta at home. Nothing tastes better than fresh authentic homemade pasta and learning how to make fresh pasta couldn't be easier! Pasta dough that's rolled and cut evenly results in a more consistent texture, cook time and flavor. The Capellini Attachment easily connects to the Atlas Pasta Machine (sold separately), which rolls the homemade pasta dough to the desired thickness, then passes it to be formed and cut into capellini noodles by the pasta attachment. Includes the Capellini Attachment pasta cutter, instructions, and a 10-year manufacturer's warranty. Available exclusively from HIC Harold Import Co.
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After a dozen eggs and some trial and error, my keys to success:
1) Put your filling in a food processor and grind it FINELY. Bulky filling prevents ravioli from sealing. Disaster!!!
2) Only thin your dough to the 4 setting. The book says 5 or 6. Wrong!!! Disaster!!!
3) Do follow what the book says about not overloading the hopper-- if there's filling in the hopper when the dough ends, is smears the outside of your beautiful ravioli and the rollers, so next batch also smeared. Disaster!
FYI, I used my usual pasta recipe-- 2 cups AP flour and 1/4 tsp kosher salt in the food processor, add 2 tsp olive oil while it's running followed by 2 eggs. Once it's gritty looking, knead a few times in semolina and then let rest 10-15 min. Add semolina liberally to any sticky areas as you roll it out with the machine. Cook for about 4 minutes till they puff up and float!
Now I was just using this to cut regular ole pasta, nothing fancy or extra tough. I'm pretty much dumbfounded that a piece simply disintegrated. I just purchased this three weeks ago, so I'll ask Amazon for a replacement. But I'm kind of skeptical that, if the replacement uses the same kind of plastic gear, it will fare any better.
The replacement arrived from Amazon today. I immediately took off the side cover and, much to my relief, I saw sturdy metal gears in place of the plastic gearing on the broken unit. At first, I wondered if the plastic unit was a fake. But, other than the gears, the construction is remarkably similar. I think Marcato must have changed their manufacturing because of a high rate of failures using the plastic gears. I'm guessing that this unit will be much sturdier. Later, I'll update my rating if this cutter is more durable than the plastic one.
If you order any of these pasta cutters, do yourself a favor and immediately remove the side plate. If it doesn't have the metal gears, pack it up and return it.
I've used the metal-geared linguine cutter several times now without incident or drama. As you'd expect, it reliably cuts linguine. I'm changing my review from 1 star to 4 stars. I'm still going to dock Marcato a star since, at one point in time, they thought plastic gears could ever possibly be a good idea.