Make Your Own PASTA!

This noo­dle maker al­lows you to make fresh pasta from scratch. No ex­pe­ri­ence needed

Women's Weekly (Malaysia) - - LIVING -

In­tim­i­dated at the thought of mak­ing your own fresh pasta or noo­dles? All it takes is just a few min­utes to make a batch of fresh fet­tuc­cine with the Pen­sonic Noo­dle House. Here are more rea­sons why you will want to whip up fresh pasta:

IT DOES THE JOB FOR YOU

What of­ten dis­cour­ages peo­ple from mak­ing fresh pasta is the la­bo­ri­ous knead­ing in­volved. How­ever, the Pen­sonic Noo­dle House comes with au­to­matic con­trol but­tons while its pow­er­ful mo­tor eas­ily does the job for you – from mix­ing and knead­ing to the cut­ting of the pasta. Its quick three-minute knead­ing func­tion makes hav­ing fresh pasta reg­u­larly a sim­ple af­fair.

A DIF­FER­ENT PASTA FOR EV­ERY DAY OF THE WEEK

Why set­tle for one type of pasta when you can have 13 dif­fer­ent kinds? The Pen­sonic Noo­dle House comes with 13 moulds that in­clude fet­tuc­cine, spaghetti, udon, mac­a­roni, sliced noo­dle and even one for a dumpling wrap­per!

SOAK IN THE SAUCES

Store-bought pasta tends to have a smooth sur­face, mak­ing it hard for sauces to stick onto. Home­made pasta, how­ever, has a slightly rougher tex­ture, giv­ing the sauces some­thing to “grip” onto for added flavour.

YOU KNOW WHAT IS IN IT

With home­made pasta, the in­gre­di­ents are ex­actly what you put in them. You have the full as­sur­ance that what you are eat­ing is free from preser­va­tives, ar­ti­fi­cial flavours or colours.

KIDS CAN JOIN IN THE FUN

This ma­chine is easy to use, so the kids can help out too. You can also add fruit and veg­etable juices to the dough – such as car­rot, tomato or beet­root juice – so your pas­tas are colour­ful and health­ier.

Priced at RM599, the Pen­sonic Noo­dle House is ev­ery pasta en­thu­si­ast’s dream come true. With so many ben­e­fits for you to en­joy, what’s not to love about it?

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