Pasta maker is a must for any home chef. Moreover, if the family members are fond of different pastas and cannot but eat pasta a few times per week or month. Usually it takes much time to cook pasta at home. Pasta maker will help you to ease and fasten the process of homemade pasta cooking. Kitchenaid pasta maker is aimed at making your life tasty with fresh and delicious pasta any time you want. Kitchenaid Company offers a great range of devices that make the process of cooking simple and pleasant on the one hand. On the other hand, it gives an excellent opportunity to make self-prepared pasta that is sure to be much better than bought somewhere. It is important to take into consideration that one needs to choose pasta maker carefully as only in this case you can have something that suits you perfectly. First of all, it is necessary to decide which Kitchenaid pasta maker you prefer: a hand-crank machine or electric pasta machine. Each is characterized by both advantages and disadvantages. They differ from each other in ease of use, cleaning, quality of pasta and other parameters. The most considerable difference is in price. Manual machines are usually much cheaper. At the same time they guarantee you an authentic experience in cooking your own pasta at home. They are quite popular among both beginners and professionals. They let you enjoy the process and taste really perfect homemade pasta.
In case you want everything cooked quickly, you can consider an automatic pasta maker. One push of a switch and your pasta gets rolled and cut in automatic mode. The result will also make you glad. Your choice depends only on your preferences.
There is a recipe of Spaghetti alla Puttanesca for you to check whether your Kitchenaid pasta maker works perfectly. You will need the following to do this: 160 g spaghetti, 130 g of canned (diced) tomatoes, 2 chopped anchovy fillets, 1 tsp olive paste, 1 1/4 tsp of coarsely chopped capers, 1 clove of finely chopped garlic, 2 tsp of Parsley and Garlic Base, 30 mL olive oil, salt and ground pepper to taste. Remember to put the serving dishes into the oven to keep them warm. Prepare pasts and sauce at the same time. Heat the oil and sauté chopped garlic. Chop the anchovies and add to the pan. After they «melted», add capers, olive paste, parsley and garlic base and diced tomatoes and cook for 7-8 min. Add pepper or salt to taste. Put the drained spaghetti into the pasta cooking pot, add the sauce and mix well. To be served in the warmed dishes.