GVODE Professional Multifunctional Pasta Maker

Last updated: February 19, 2024

GVODE Professional Multifunctional Pasta Maker

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We looked at the top Pasta Makers and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Pasta Maker you should buy.

Overall Take

The GVODE Pasta Roller & Cutter Set, 3-Piece boasts eight thickness settings to get exactly the pasta you want. While not a KitchenAid product, this set is designed to be compatible with your KitchenAid stand mixer.

In our analysis of 107 expert reviews, the GVODE Professional Multifunctional Pasta Maker placed 12th when we looked at the top 26 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Making authentic, fresh pasta from scratch quickly and easily. Includes Pasta Roller, Spaghetti Cutter and Fettuccine Cutter. Fits all Household KitchenAid Stand Mixers. Food grade and stainless steel frame, include rolling shaft inside, sturdy and durable to use, offers high stability and power for evenly and smoothly rolling & clean cutting of pasta dough. The one of set attachment (Pasta Roller) rolling 5.5-inch sheets of pasta with 8 thickness settings(0.4mm-2 mm) to adjust your desired sheet thickness. Using the 3-Piece Pasta Roller & Cutter Set to make quick and easy work of fresh homemade noodle in your kitchen, share the amazing pasta food with your friends.

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Julie Chernoff
Culinary Expert

Julie Chernoff is a long-time member of Les Dames d’Escoffier (past president of the Chicago Chapter, and current co-chair of the LDEI Legacy Awards Committee), the Association of Food Journalists (AFJ) and the International Association of Culinary Professionals.

Chernoff is the dining editor of Better, a lifestyle website and print magazine. Her journalism started in the test kitchens of Weight Watchers Magazine. She holds a BA in English from Yale University and is a graduate of the California Culinary Academy. She has spent the last few decades styling, photographing, teaching, developing recipes, editing, thinking and writing about food.

Overview

Is there anything more satisfying than tucking into a big bowl of pasta after a long, hard day? The al dente noodles, the cheesy topping, the flavorful sauces . . . we could go on. And when you’ve made the pasta yourself with an electric pasta maker, there is an added element of satisfaction.

One of the best things about making your own pasta is being able to experiment in the kitchen. You can create intriguing flavors using ingredients like spinach or tomatoes in the pasta dough. You can take it up a notch by adding in spices to the pasta dough or creating new and fun shapes.

Fresh pasta usually cooks much faster than dry pasta from a box. If you’ve made some pasta on the weekend and stored it in the fridge, you can have a homemade meal in no time after work. Fresh pasta also absorbs sauces better than dry pasta, so you get a mouthful of flavor in every bite.

There are two main types of pasta makers: manual and electric. A manual pasta maker, as the name suggests, requires you to roll the pasta through the machine by turning a handle manually. Once the dough is rolled, you can cut it into shapes using a sharp knife. It requires a bit of muscle and time and is perfect for long pasta shapes such as fettuccini and spaghetti.

On the other hand, an electric pasta maker is faster and easier to use. With this kind of appliance, you make the dough and feed it into the machine – and it does the rest. One of the biggest benefits of an electric pasta maker is that it can make a wide variety of pasta shapes. In addition to long pasta shapes, you can also get short ones such as macaroni or ziti. Keep in mind that manual pasta makers are on the lower end of the price spectrum, while electric pasta makers are on the higher end.

Before you invest in an electric pasta maker, there are a few features to look for, says culinary expert Julie Chernoff.

“High-quality materials — stainless-steel parts, metal gears (rather than plastic) — are a must for durability,” she says. “Ease of cleaning is also essential. Are the parts dishwasher safe?”

You’ll also want to look at whether the speed and thickness settings are adjustable and whether the paste maker has a safety cover, Chernoff says. Also consider how easy the machine will be to set up in your kitchen, as well as how much noise it makes when in use.

Also consider exactly which types of pasta you plan to make.

“There are two types of pasta makers: extruders (for pasta shapes, such as macaroni, penne, fusilli, etc.) and rollers (for lasagna sheets, spaghetti, linguini, etc.). Some electric pasta makers do both,” Chernoff advises.

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