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Load image into Gallery viewer, Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906
Load image into Gallery viewer, Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906
Load image into Gallery viewer, Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906
Load image into Gallery viewer, Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906
Load image into Gallery viewer, Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906
Load image into Gallery viewer, Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906
Load image into Gallery viewer, Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906
Load image into Gallery viewer, Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906
Load image into Gallery viewer, Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906
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Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906

4.0
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Description

  • Fantes Aunt Gina's Pasta Machine easily makes traditional homemade pasta in as little as 20 minutes
  • Made from chromed steel with wooden handle for a comfortable grip; extra-wide clamp fits countertops from 1-inch to 2 -inch thick
  • Adjustable sheeter with 9 thickness settings rolls pasta dough evenly for consistent texture, cook time and taste; from paper-thin 0.5 to 3-millimeter
  • Double-cutter attachment makes perfect spaghetti and fettuccine or removes easily to make evenly rolled sheets of dough to hand cut desired shapes
  • Easy to use and clean; simply brush clean after each use; instructions with Fante's family recipes included

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Customer Reviews

Works well, but makes pasta too thick It is well built, sturdy, looks like it will hold up. Once you get past the learning curve with it you see that, in my opinion, it makes the pasta too thick. It is a speedy method of getting your pasta done. When it pulls the cavatelli through it curls it and "stamps" it and spits it out the other side. If you like really thick bits of pasta it's good. I prefer more surface area for my ragu or sauces so I don't use this unless I just want to churn out some pasta really quickly for something. 3I highly recommend this gnocchi board Works very well at making gnocchi and other pasta shapes. The grooves are the right depth and sharp. I rubbed a beeswax/oil wax (see DIY Beeswax Wood Polish and Skin Cream by Parente on YouTube) to season and protect the wood. I highly recommend this gnocchi board. 5Perfect traditional gnocchi board. Perfect gnocchi board. It makes it easy to get the right size and shape for gnocchi. WE are an Italian family and make a lot of gnocchi. This is the traditional board used for the process and works great. It is small and made of wood so I would not put this in the dishwasher but is easy to clean and use. 5Great Little Kitchen tool Great Little Kitchen tool! It's small so don't expect a large board. The work surface measures about 2 1/4 inches wide by 4 3/4 long. It's 5/8th's inch thick. Plenty thick. The handle is over 3 inches long. I wish more people would get into specifics in their reviews so you know what you're getting. In terms of the groove depth, they are deep enough. If they were deeper, you'd be pressing pretty hard on the dough and it would probably just rip. The groove is 1/8th inch deep. I've used it a few times and it does make nicely shaped gnocchi. Check out the Youtube video on how to use one. It's very informative. Enjoy! 5Great fun! We tried this out last night. It is so fun and makes great cavatelli. We made the dough the day before, sliced a piece, shaped it in a long, flat snake (rolled in semolina) and fed it into the machine. Out popped the cavatelli. We were fighting for turns to crank the handle. We tossed the finished pieces in more semolina and let them dry out a bit before cooking - we made a mushroom sauce in the meantime. You do not need to roll out the dough beforehand, just slice and put into the machine. We will be using this more than our pasta machine! 5Grooves are too close together It works fine, but I like the bigger grooves that are formed if you roll your gnocchis on a fork instead of this board. The purpose of squishing your gnocchi pillows on a board or fork, which puts a dimple on one side and grooves on the other, is to make more nooks and crannies for your sauce to hang around in. I'd have liked it better if they were further apart. It's like rolling them on a fork with 10 tines. Just one guy's opinion. 3Works just fine The machine does a great job, but the whole thing revolves around the proper dough recipe. Too wet makes a mess and won't yield the desired results. Don't use the recipes in the instructions -- do a little research and find a recipe from a reputable source. A little experimentation goes a long way toward making a decent product. 5There's a learning curve, but it works! Not necessarily the easiest device I've ever used in the kitchen, but having experimented with our dough a little bit, we've definitely gotten it to make cavatelli! I returned a CucinaPro cavatelli maker that came with plastic rollers, which the dough stuck to terribly. Haven't had any issues with the dough sticking to the real wood rollers on this one!Unfortunately, no matter what we do, the cavatelli are coming out a bit tough; hopefully a bit more experimentation will yield some that are a bit more tender. So far, a medium-firm dough seems to work the best- too firm and they don't curl over nicely; too soft and they don't separate completely and end up sticking together and getting clumpy.Coating your dough snake in semolina seems to help the cavatelli drop off when they're made. We have had a few stick to the rotating metal bits if we don't coat the dough in semolina, and if they go all the way around they can gum up the rollers a bit, but they're pretty easy to peel back out.Anyway; this cavatelli maker works far better than the CucinaPro did, and we will definitely be keeping it! Once we got the dough and the rhythm down, we've had a blast using it, and it's actually way faster than rolling out and cutting pasta dough, so it's a great way to have homemade pasta on a weeknight when we don't have as much time to cook. 4The pasta has to be just right. If the pasta is too wet it will stick to the board and you will have a mess cleaning it up. If you are a first timer, take your time. speed will come with experience. 5Works very well Works perfectly well as advertised. Not sure why this product has 4.1 stars since it is an ancient Italian cooking tool that exists for 100's of years and its a necessity if you like to make real pretty gnocchis!! Its a small piece of wood with grooves and works each time. Do not put this in the washing machine but do wash with soapy water and I use a little kitchen hand brush with natural bristles and it cleans perfectly this tool... For you people that gave less than 5 stars I am not sure what you were looking for ?? Did you wanted an automatic gnocchi machine for $5.95 ? This is absolutely a kitchen must for any chef or wannabe Chefs! I love mine! 5
Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906

Fantes Pasta Machine, Chromed Steel with Wood Handle, The Italian Market Original since 1906

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€137,00
Sale price
€137,00
Regular price
€226,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€89,00)