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KitchenAid KSMPEXTA Gourmet Pasta Press Attachment with 6 Interchangeable Pasta Plates
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KitchenAid KSMPEXTA Gourmet Pasta Press Attachment with 6 Interchangeable Pasta Plates

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  • Powered by your KitchenAid Stand Mixer. Fits all Household KitchenAid Stand Mixers.


  • 6 Quick Change Discs for spaghetti, bucatini, rigatoni, fusilli, large or small macaroni.


  • The pasta press and all its parts are neatly organized inside its own storage case for easy access every tim


  • Built-In Wire Cutter for complete control over the length of your pasta.


  • Includes Pasta press, Pusher, Pasta discs, Cleaning tool

Powered by the KitchenAid Stand Mixer, the Gourmet Pasta Press makes 6 types of fresh pasta from scratch quickly & easily; Spaghetti, Bucatini, Fusilli, Rigatoni, Small & Large Macaroni. Made in Italy. For everything you want to make. KitchenAid.

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January 19, 2017

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Wow! This attachment is FANTASTIC! I was a bit skeptical after reading some of the reviews and hoped I hadn’t made a mistake getting it. I had no issues at all. The spaghetti I made with all semolina flour and rigatoni with plain old white flour. Both came out terrific. The rigatoni cut perfectly with both ends open, not stuck together as some have stated. The only thing with the spaghetti is to make sure you dust the pasta with flour as it extrudes or you make find it will stick together. With the rigatoni I had those drop right into a bowl dusted with flour. This was a fun day and can’t wait to try the other attachments. Bucatini is a favorite!!!! Give this a try, be patient and you won’t be disappointed.

August 31, 2016

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Before purchasing this model I was wondering how this differed from the KitchenAid KPEXTA that is at this time around $30+ cheaper. I could not find anything on what the differences are except what I could see in the photos. There was a distinct difference in the way the cutter was attached and in the shape and size of the screw on retaining ring for the “pasta plates” so I figured they made some design updates and the only reason I could see for such would be a percentage of failures or complaints from the previous design. This is by no means a compare and contrast review of the two. I was a bit disappointed in what comes in the box. The KPEXTA comes with a plastic storage case for the pasta plates that looks to attach to the top of the device for storage; the KSMPEXTA did not. The description for the KSMPEXTA clearly has the bullet point “The pasta press and all its parts are neatly organized inside its own storage case for easy access every time” unless they mean the bulky box it came in with molded foam insert, there is no storage case of any kind with this unit. While that is not a showstopper, it is quite a downgrade of expectations and unless you use the box it came in to store it you risk misplacing some or all of the pasta plates.

I have used it several times since I bought it and it is quite a well built device and does it’s job as expected. I use 100 grams of all purpose flour per egg (usual batch size is 2-4 eggs) and let that rest for half an hour after the initial kneading. Then I work it into a long dough snake about 2 inches in diameter and cut that into 2 inch lengths. Once done the KitchenAid and pasta press to the rest.

I would like to see plates for other pasta types; fettuccine or reginette would be doable in this format but I intend to get a roller for lasagna some time in the future anyway so that would be doable there as well. However star, wheel shell and other uncommon shapes would be fun as an expansion pasta plates set.

September 4, 2017

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I really wanted this to work but design is flawed. I am not a novice pasta maker so I know what dough consistency should be like. At first all was great, it Meade great Spagetti. But then the attachment worked itself off my professional 7 quart machine. As it did it rotated so fast it scared me. Could have broken my wrist but it did break the attachment hub cover. It sheared right off. I was able to turn the machine off real quick but the damage is done. As we investigated I find that the setscrew does not fit the elongated hole on the attachment. The reason my pasta roller works is that the hole is round. We took pictures attached. I hope. Amazon kicked me off last time I tried to post this. I feel kitchenaid should recall this faulty unit. Don’t buy unless you can verify hole is round. Beware buyer!
Additional note: Kitchenaid is sending me a new stanmixer with new warranty but I don’t know what they would have done had I been out of warranty. So if you want this make sure you hold onto it during use. Good luck.

December 10, 2017

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This is great for makeing pasta. only Con is the cleaning it. I bought for my Mother in Law so she can make her own Gluten free pasta. she said its a huge pain to clean but worth it.

January 10, 2018

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Fantastic! I only used twice to make fusilli and rigatoni, but I loved them both! tastes so much better than boxed pasta.

February 1, 2018

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This attachment works great, I have made spaghetti and fusilli, no problemas.
Not really easy to cleanup but homemade is worth it.

January 16, 2018

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Great attachment, easy to use, good solid rugged high quality construction. Amazingly not made in China.

July 16, 2017

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Unfortunately I have to edit my review, after the second used the Pasta Press spot working, I send it to the official service in my country and they told me that two gear inside were broke, to repaired the gears it cost me almost U$200. Today I used the machine again but with a new pasta roller, and do you know what happend? yes it stop so I assume is the gear again. I asked Kitchenaid customer service few weeks ago about the first incident she was not very helpful.

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