CucinaPro 150 Imperia Pasta Machine

  • Made in Italy
  • 6 inch wide roller
  • Double cutter for spaghetti and fettuccini
  • Made of stainless steel
  • Additional attachments sold separately

Product Description
Make your own fresh pasta at home with the Imperia Pasta Machine. It features a 6 inch wide roller, along with a double cutter for spaghetti and fettuccini. Made of stainless steel. Optional attachments sold separately. Made in Italy…. More >>

CucinaPro 150 Imperia Pasta Machine

5 thoughts on “CucinaPro 150 Imperia Pasta Machine

  1. I bought my Imperia Pasta Machine from Amazon after using one in Italy at Great Tastes of Tuscany cooking school. I am very glad I decided on a manual pasta machine rather than an electric or attachment to my mixer. I can crank as slow as I need to and still maintain control of the pasta. I have learned however that the secret to good pasta is in the correct egg to flour ratio and not necessarily the machine.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. i just got this in the mail today and had made a batch of pasta dough this morning before work in anticipation. even though the usage instructions aren’t super detailed (and the instructions for assembly are in italian), it was easy to figure out which part went where, and how to put the dough through. my batch of fettucine came out perfectly! i am very happy i got this!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. what a fun device for cooks! my husband and I share in the creative process of making all kinds of pasta, including ravioli. Took some practice to get the dough right, but we are now really enjoying this!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. I had my heart set on the Italian-made Imperia 150, made by Imperia, distributed in the United States by CucinaPro (or formerly distributed by Villaware). I ordered this but I was sent the PastaFresh pasta maker (which happen to also be distributed by CucinaPro), I requested an exchange and got a second PastaFresh, then finally requested a refund. I called CucinaPro to answer a few questions and they told me that Amazon is not authorized to sell the Imperia, and that the attachments are not interchangeable so I should get the machine I intended. All I can tell you about the PastaFresh they kept sending me is that it’s made in China, not Italy, and it seemed sturdy and fairly similar to Imperia. If you don’t mind the difference, go for it. I got my Imperia (and attachments) though.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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