Pasta Makers

Pasta makers turn pasta dough into linguine, tortellini, ravioli, and spaghetti. They work through a process of rolling, which evens the dough out and then cutting into the desired pasta shape. Manual pasta machines work with different attachments which determines the pasta shape, whereas commercial machines can be programmed to create many pasta types. Home pasta makers are controlled manually, usually through the process of cranking by handle, whereas commercial pasta makers are powered by electricity. Some commercial machines also have the function to mould pasta into shapes (like ravioli and gnocchi). Pasta makers are widely used in restaurants (particularly Italian), canteens and delicatessens.

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