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Philips Pasta and Noodle Maker Item # 1137039 Costco Member Only $200

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$50 manufacturer's savings** is valid 5/1/18 through 5/28/18. While supplies last.
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Features:
Makes a Half Pound of Pasta in just 10 Minutes
Automatic Mixing, Kneading and Extruding
Includes: 8 Different Pasta Attachments: Spaghetti, Penne, Fettuccini, Lasagna, Angel Hair, Pappardelle, Thick Spaghetti and Tagliatelle
A Free Recipe Book with Over 20 Different Dishes
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Created 05-15-2018 at 12:48 AM by jalee
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I guess I'm going to give it a try for making dumplings wrapper! If it doesn't work as expected, it is easier to make a return
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I have an older version of this machine. Noodles taste good, but the texture is slightly different than ones made from the manual pasta maker. Just an FYI
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I have an older version of this machine. Noodles taste good, but the texture is slightly different than ones made from the manual pasta maker. Just an FYI
Second this... I have the newer version which has the ability to weigh the flour and tell you how much water to add, but it has the same problem... "different" texture that will probably be a turn off to some.

I wish the mixing step was longer and they added a resting step, as I feel like this would make the texture better.

At the end of the day, it's a fun tool if you want to infuse your pasta with seasoning or things like squid ink... but IMO not much else.
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I have an older version of this machine. Noodles taste good, but the texture is slightly different than ones made from the manual pasta maker. Just an FYI
ive never used a traditional pasta maker, but from what i can tell its because the philips is taking a bunch of shortcuts, it doesnt knead the dough very well, and then once it does combine the egg and flour for a bit it just pushes it through an extruder. It doesnt use the same process where the dough is being flattened over and over like a traditional pasta maker. I have this pasta maker and its decent but definitely a weird texture when it gets extruded. I need to try and mix the pasta a lot (and fold it over and use a roller) before i extrude it and see if it improves the flavor..
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Last edited by Gotchaforce May 22, 2018 at 02:44 PM.
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