Emeril Lagasse Automatic Pasta Maker Review

The Emeril Lagasse Automatic pasta maker hits all the right notes when it comes to a kitchen appliance. It does precisely what it promises to do – takes the guesswork and hassles out of making fresh pasta daily. The pasta maker can make up to a pound of pasta every time.

Emeril Lagasse Introduction
When testing the pasta maker, we looked for several key factors. First, it had to be versatile. It didn’t just have to make noodles, but it had to make other kinds of pasta. Second, we judged it based on the simplicity of use, and the ease of cleaning up. Then we looked at the quality of the pasta, and finally, if it had any additional features.


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Emeril Lagasse Versatility

The Emeril Lagasse Automatic Pasta Maker is highly versatile, allowing users to make up to eight different pasta shapes with an easy swap of the mold. Most pasta makers stop at just spaghetti. This model effortlessly produces ready-to-boil angel hair, fettuccine, lasagna, linguine, penne, spaghetti, tagliatelle, and udon.

What’s good about this is that the quality of the pasta allows you to drop it into boiling water to cook, dry it out for later use, or even dehydrate it for storage.

Simplicity

The design makes it easy to get fresh pasta in mere minutes. Plug it, place the dry ingredients in the pasta maker, close it, then turn it one. Add the wet ingredients as it begins the agitation process. That’s it. A couple of minutes later, the machine will begin the extrusion process and you just collect the pasta.

Cleaning is simple as well since all the parts are made from high-quality stainless steel and food-grade plastic. All parts are dishwasher-safe. Just remove them and place them in a dishwasher when done using them. Reassembly is easy with all the parts designed well designed. They fall into place without any extra effort.

In the Box

Besides the different screens for different kinds of pasta, there is also an attachment to juice fresh and frozen fruits. It contains a powerful motor and gears that allow the blades and paddles to effortlessly do their job. even when crushing fruits that are frozen solid.

It also comes with two of Emeril Lagasse’s cookbooks. One contains pasta recipes and the other will show you how to make juices and frozen desserts.

Quality

There are two kinds of quality we looked at. The first is the quality of the product. We find that everything fits snugly, and there is no noise or excessive vibration coming from loose fittings. The blades and shaft, as well as the screens that shape the extrusion, are all well-built and worked as expected.

Emeril Lagasse Conclusion

The unit itself weighs sixteen pounds and feels stable while it works on the kitchen counter. The smooth exterior of the surfaces makes it easy to keep clean, with just a dry cloth wide down. Swapping out screens is easy while replacing attachments to convert from pasta maker to juicer can be done in two steps. There are also optional attachments to grind meet and use as a deli slicer.

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