Mom’s ‘game-changing’ Amazon discovery makes pasta from scratch in just 10 minutes: ‘Tastes like Italy’
- Carolina McCauley uses the Philips pasta and noodle maker every week
- The Perth mum revealed the quality was as good as fresh pasta from Italy
A mom has discovered a “life-changing” device from Amazon that helps her make pasta from scratch in just 10 minutes.
Carolina McCauley, from Perth, wanted to feed her family homemade pasta several times a month, but couldn’t find the patience or energy to go through with the process.
The mom of two was delighted to find a philips pasta maker that was fully automatic, requiring only you to add flour, eggs, and water to the device.
The device, which he found on Amazon, also allows users to customize ingredients to their liking, making it easy to prepare gluten-free pasta or add vegetables to dough.
Carolina revealed that the pasta was ‘identical’ to fresh pasta from Italy and that it was impossible to tell the difference.
A mother has discovered an Amazon device that “changes her life” and helps her make pasta from scratch in just 10 minutes
The Perth mom shared a post of her making spaghetti and penne using the Philips machine ($223).
“With this pasta maker, your kitchen will transport you directly to Italy,” he said. ‘It’s fresh homemade pasta like never before!’
The process was extremely simple, Carolina simply placed the ingredients in the appliance and waited for her to knead the dough.
Once the dough was ready, he used the plastic pasta cutter to measure out the length he wanted.
Homemade pasta boils faster than supermarket packet pasta because it’s fresh and foodies claim it tastes 10 times better.
Another foodie, Kieran, revealed that it took several tries to get his pasta just the right consistency and cut while using the machine.
‘It definitely takes a couple of tries to get the proportions right, but when you do, it’s a game changer!’ he said.
“We make several large batches at a time and freeze them in portioned bags. Cooks in the same amount of time frozen and saves on multiple cleanups throughout the week.’
Many were equally ‘obsessed’ with the pasta maker and recommended others to try it out.
“This is the best machine there is,” said one woman.
‘I use mine for gluten free pasta!’ another revealed. ‘It works perfectly. The pasta is done before the water boils.
“I love that you can add different ingredients and make things like spinach pasta,” wrote one foodie.
“You can put all the pieces in the dishwasher and it makes the best noodles in the world,” revealed a home chef.
The mother of two was thrilled to find a handy pasta maker from Philips that was fully automatic, requiring only her to add flour, eggs and water to the device.
But others were concerned about the cleanup process.
“I’m sure it only takes 7-10 business days to clear all the parts,” one man wrote.
“I have this pasta maker and the machine is impossible to clean,” another repeated.
While several were concerned about quality.
‘That pasta looks incredibly dry. Take the time to do it by hand and it will be worth it,” wrote one woman.
“Italy is crying over this,” quipped another.