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Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus

Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus

Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
Philips Kitchen Appliances Noodle HR2357/05 Retail Box Packaging, Pasta Maker Plus
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Features

  • With powerful and automatic mixing, kneading and extruding, the Philips Pasta maker allows you to make a pound of fresh pasta or noodles within 15 minutes. Cord length: 40 inches
  • Includes: 4 shaping discs: Spaghetti, Fettucini, Penne and Lasagne; Flat scraping /cleaning tool, flour cup and water cup
  • Add in various ingredients such as eggs, herbs, spinach, carrots or beets to personalize pasta flavor
  • Specially designed cleaning tools matching the shaping discs (Spaghetti and Fettuccini) makes cleaning an easy one-push job
  • A smart storage drawer in the bottom of the machine hold all the shaping discs and cleaning tools. 120 volt

Description

Fresh and flavorful homemade pasta has never been easier. With powerful and automatic mixing, kneading and extruding, the Philips Pasta maker allows you to make a pound of fresh pasta or noodles within 15 minutes! Add in nutritious ingredients like egg, spinach, and carrot juice to create healthy and worry-free homemade pasta and noodles for your family. There’s literally no end to different pasta shapes, colors and flavors that you can make! Power: 200W. By Philips


Product Dimensions 11.8 x 8.5 x 13.5 inches


Item Weight 16.5 pounds


Manufacturer Philips


ASIN B00REJMIJ6


Item model number HR2357/05


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 932 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #98,711 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #24 in Electric Pasta Makers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 1, 2013


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Features

  • With powerful and automatic mixing, kneading and extruding, the Philips Pasta maker allows you to make a pound of fresh pasta or noodles within 15 minutes. Cord length: 40 inches
  • Includes: 4 shaping discs: Spaghetti, Fettucini, Penne and Lasagne; Flat scraping /cleaning tool, flour cup and water cup
  • Add in various ingredients such as eggs, herbs, spinach, carrots or beets to personalize pasta flavor
  • Specially designed cleaning tools matching the shaping discs (Spaghetti and Fettuccini) makes cleaning an easy one-push job
  • A smart storage drawer in the bottom of the machine hold all the shaping discs and cleaning tools. 120 volt

Description

Fresh and flavorful homemade pasta has never been easier. With powerful and automatic mixing, kneading and extruding, the Philips Pasta maker allows you to make a pound of fresh pasta or noodles within 15 minutes! Add in nutritious ingredients like egg, spinach, and carrot juice to create healthy and worry-free homemade pasta and noodles for your family. There’s literally no end to different pasta shapes, colors and flavors that you can make! Power: 200W. By Philips


Product Dimensions 11.8 x 8.5 x 13.5 inches


Item Weight 16.5 pounds


Manufacturer Philips


ASIN B00REJMIJ6


Item model number HR2357/05


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 932 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #98,711 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #24 in Electric Pasta Makers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 1, 2013


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • With powerful and automatic mixing, kneading and extruding, the Philips Pasta maker allows you to make a pound of fresh pasta or noodles within 15 minutes. Cord length: 40 inches
  • Includes: 4 shaping discs: Spaghetti, Fettucini, Penne and Lasagne; Flat scraping /cleaning tool, flour cup and water cup
  • Add in various ingredients such as eggs, herbs, spinach, carrots or beets to personalize pasta flavor
  • Specially designed cleaning tools matching the shaping discs (Spaghetti and Fettuccini) makes cleaning an easy one-push job
  • A smart storage drawer in the bottom of the machine hold all the shaping discs and cleaning tools. 120 volt

Description

Fresh and flavorful homemade pasta has never been easier. With powerful and automatic mixing, kneading and extruding, the Philips Pasta maker allows you to make a pound of fresh pasta or noodles within 15 minutes! Add in nutritious ingredients like egg, spinach, and carrot juice to create healthy and worry-free homemade pasta and noodles for your family. There’s literally no end to different pasta shapes, colors and flavors that you can make! Power: 200W. By Philips


Product Dimensions 11.8 x 8.5 x 13.5 inches


Item Weight 16.5 pounds


Manufacturer Philips


ASIN B00REJMIJ6


Item model number HR2357/05


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 932 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #98,711 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #24 in Electric Pasta Makers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 1, 2013


abunda_amazon_reviews As a hand maker of pasta, and having very fierce opinions of it, I waited a long time before even considering this machine. I have a LOT of pasta machines and gadgets, some I have held up to the light and have praised, some that I have thrown back into the netherworlds of my kitchen bins to be forgotten. I have always had a bit of a love hate feeling with extruded pasta. It always has a machine-y feel to it and never has that true warm hand feel that is so great. I have owned and nixed the Kitchen Aid extruder for producing machine-y pasta, but I have loved the Kitchen Aid flat roller and hand cut (but not the terrible work). I owned some older rickety 70s pasta maker/extruders that were loud and downright dangerous. Enter Philips. At frist, the price blew my hair back. All that for PASTA? The price alone just about would ruin the meal, I thought. So I waited. And the price came down some. It arrived and within 15 minutes of unboxing....I kid you not....15 gosh darn minutes......faster than the freaking water could BOIL I had fresh pasta hanging, ready to go. The tips of my fingers really began to tingle when I calculated what this meant: more time for sauce prep, more time for playing with types of pasta. Houston, we have a GO. I immediately placed a purchase for the other disk sets for two reasons, and this is where the star reductions comes in. I find that Philips has a distictly American feeling for pasta that, IMHO is big, bready and chunky, whereas I prefer my pasta, thin, airy and delicate. The spaghetti disk that comes with the machine would make a cafeteria proud, but not my home. The thin spaghetti in the add on set is heavenly....light, sweet and airy. I need to pick in the disks to find thinner, less chunky disks....thinning the dough (read:add a tiny bit more water) also makes for less chunky pasta. So the good is mixed with the adequate in the sets, but the good is there. Operation. A toddler could do it a probably faster than you can. We use a scale since we are old school. So, 500g flour into the bin, shut the top, turn on to large batch setting, add liquid from premeasured cup...woah pasta is already coming out so your water should have been boiling! Yup! Boil the water before you start making pasta since it takes longer for water to come to a boil than it does to make a full batch of pasta. Where is the mess, you wonder? Well, there isn't one with this machine. Try as you might, you won't be able to make one no matter how clutzy or distracted you may be. We have tried, and failed, at making a flour mess with the Philips. Oh, and BTW the machine is so quiet a baby could sleep next to it. Seriously. They don't lie when they say clean up is a breeze. Trust what they say on this. Either immediate washing up liquid on a couple of parts, or better yet, wait till after the meal and the flour dries up and everything falls off for an even easier washing up by hand or DW. Clogged disk? Not likely, but a quick trip to the freezer will take care of that without any strain or sprain on your part. Easy peasy. But getting back to price? Well, a foodie friend once told be that home made pasta was over rated...and I can not disagree more (as could my family). And if you feel that home made pasta is priceless, then maybe this is great for your arsenal. It will not replace hand kneaded, hand pressed pasta, but it blends in with my collection nicely. If you are a beginner, it is a good way to start and build confidence. It also does something important: I would not, say, make ravioli as often due to the work of making the flat sheets, but since the machine it there, I can be coaxed much more easiy into ravioli night knowing my worn out self is not going to do all the legwork. The compromise makes for more happy family meals, faster, without me collapsing. Taste, you ask. TASTE. Well, I won't lie. My family tells me they can taste hours put into meals. 15 minute pasta isn't "hours" pasta BUT and I mean BUT they aren't choking on this pasta....they are gobbling in down and groaning with home made pasta happiness. Like, enough for me to say, yeah, this is a weeknight thing, and I can spend more time on a sauce than on the pasta and everyone is really, really happy and I look fresh as a daisy after cooking THIS. Yes, the pasta is darn good. The machine was obviously slated originally for an Asian audience and I appreciate the Asian turn the recipe booklet takes. I plan to give it a go. I had been working on some of those concepts already and it is neat to see how this machine can more easily replicate Asian noodles (maybe that's why some of them are so thick). Yeah, GO UDON! So don't expect lots of Italian inspired stuff in the recipe booklet. I was charmed not to find them there. I'm keeping the machine and it won't go to dust here at home. I hope more thin disks are made. I think there is much potential here, and as it stands, great fun and super amazing ease of use for everyone. I paid full price for this item, so this is a non biased review. If this review did help you, please click "yes" below. Update: It is 4/2016 and the machine is still a winner. The kids and their friends come over to use it an cook. As ever, it is easy to clean and care for. This remains a great purchase Update: Christmas time 2016 and we are still loving the machine! Don't hesitate.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2015;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;This Machine is a keeper we love. A full price review;;Jackie DeCesaris;;;After 5 months of use, the rotor began digging in to the white plastic disc holder, shedding shards of plastic in to the pasta. The unit is now unusable. Philips will only replace if the buyer still has the original receipt ( no VISA statements, thank you ), which I no longer have. The damaged disc holder is not a part offered for sale on the Philips website. Customer support repeatedly told me how 'very sorry' they were, but not sorry enough to offer a solution. So, after 5 months of use, I have useless pasta maker with no option to repair.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2016;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Shards of plastic in your pasta? Keep your receipt!!;;Amazon Customer;;;After 1 and half year, my Philip pasta maker stopped working. We opened the machine and figure out one small plastic part was broken. It was the part with one end connecting to the Blending Bar Assembly, the other end connecting to the inside gear of the machine. I called Philip support, they don't sell that part separately. After the product is out of 1 year warranty there's no way to repair it! It can just be throw away as a junk now. Feel very angry with their junk support. The plastic part maybe only worth 5$ but I have to lose my whose investment because of no replacement.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;After 1 and half year, my Philip pasta maker ...;;Yun;;;Ridiculously easy. I have 2 growing boys and a 6'4" husband that all eat a LOT. I was tired of buying box after box of pasta, only to have to cook it to death to get it remotely tender (and not mushy). I love making pasta, but it's such a mess the old fashioned way. Before I bought this I thought "I don't need this", "it's a uni-tasker", "what a ridiculous gadget". Now I think "I love this thing", "It works better than expected", "WOW". It's pricey and certainly a little bit decadent, but what fun! Tip: For our first few batches I used just AP flour and water (the most basic option). Be sure to weigh the ingredients as the cup measure was way off compared to the weight (250g). Also, I was completely convinced it was way way too dry and would never work (it looked like very dry pie dough before it comes together). Do NOT add extra liquid, just wait. The machine uses pressure to "force" the dough together and it needs to be that dry to extrude properly. Happy cooking!;;Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Actually works the way the video shows!;;Elizabeth D.;;;I'm in love. I waited a while for the price to come down and to be able to get an open box specials and I finally did it. Had it unboxed, in the kitchen, and making pasta within 15 minutes. The water took longer to boil. I made Penne (Penne is my favorite kind of pasta) and served it with the sauce I had spent the previous 6 hours cooking. I've used it 3 times with great success. The second time I just talked my 12 year old son through making it and he pretty much made it on his own. The third time I did turn it off after it was fully mixed, and let it rest for 10 minutes, then turned on the machine again. That turned out just a bit better I think but I don't think it would be totally necessary. I'm so excited to make lasagna. I'm kind of amazed at the people who say it's hard to clean up...I just leave everything to dry overnight and wipe it off, and pop the dried pasta out of the disc. It's amazingly easy to clean up. We think the pasta is delicious. I posted a detailed review along with pictures on my blog The Weekday Kitchen. Someone said you can't use it to make Asian noodles but I made them using the recipe I found (google Phillips Ramen. I used the recipe on Not So Ancient Chinese Secrets). I had to add a touch of water and back off a little on the sodium/potassium bicarb (it was a little dry) but if you know the texture you're looking for it works and tastes delicious. See pictures Updated 2.5 years later: We have been using this consistently for 2.5 years (on average I would say once every other week) with no issues and still loving the results. To this point I have made penne multiple times, as noted above, ramen, I have made spaghetti, lasagna (many times) and ravioli several times, always pretty happy with the results. If it broke I would replace it immediately because I love it that much.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;I absolutely love it- still love after 2.5 years;;Angela_G

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jackie DeCesaris - Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2015
This Machine is a keeper we love. A full price review
As a hand maker of pasta, and having very fierce opinions of it, I waited a long time before even considering this machine. I have a LOT of pasta machines and gadgets, some I have held up to the light and have praised, some that I have thrown back into the netherworlds of my kitchen bins to be forgotten. I have always had a bit of a love hate feeling with extruded pasta. It always has a machine-y feel to it and never has that true warm hand feel that is so great. I have owned and nixed the Kitchen Aid extruder for producing machine-y pasta, but I have loved the Kitchen Aid flat roller and hand cut (but not the terrible work). I owned some older rickety 70s pasta maker/extruders that were loud and downright dangerous. Enter Philips. At frist, the price blew my hair back. All that for PASTA? The price alone just about would ruin the meal, I thought. So I waited. And the price came down some. It arrived and within 15 minutes of unboxing....I kid you not....15 gosh darn minutes......faster than the freaking water could BOIL I had fresh pasta hanging, ready to go. The tips of my fingers really began to tingle when I calculated what this meant: more time for sauce prep, more time for playing with types of pasta. Houston, we have a GO. I immediately placed a purchase for the other disk sets for two reasons, and this is where the star reductions comes in. I find that Philips has a distictly American feeling for pasta that, IMHO is big, bready and chunky, whereas I prefer my pasta, thin, airy and delicate. The spaghetti disk that comes with the machine would make a cafeteria proud, but not my home. The thin spaghetti in the add on set is heavenly....light, sweet and airy. I need to pick in the disks to find thinner, less chunky disks....thinning the dough (read:add a tiny bit more water) also makes for less chunky pasta. So the good is mixed with the adequate in the sets, but the good is there. Operation. A toddler could do it a probably faster than you can. We use a scale since we are old school. So, 500g flour into the bin, shut the top, turn on to large batch setting, add liquid from premeasured cup...woah pasta is already coming out so your water should have been boiling! Yup! Boil the water before you start making pasta since it takes longer for water to come to a boil than it does to make a full batch of pasta. Where is the mess, you wonder? Well, there isn't one with this machine. Try as you might, you won't be able to make one no matter how clutzy or distracted you may be. We have tried, and failed, at making a flour mess with the Philips. Oh, and BTW the machine is so quiet a baby could sleep next to it. Seriously. They don't lie when they say clean up is a breeze. Trust what they say on this. Either immediate washing up liquid on a couple of parts, or better yet, wait till after the meal and the flour dries up and everything falls off for an even easier washing up by hand or DW. Clogged disk? Not likely, but a quick trip to the freezer will take care of that without any strain or sprain on your part. Easy peasy. But getting back to price? Well, a foodie friend once told be that home made pasta was over rated...and I can not disagree more (as could my family). And if you feel that home made pasta is priceless, then maybe this is great for your arsenal. It will not replace hand kneaded, hand pressed pasta, but it blends in with my collection nicely. If you are a beginner, it is a good way to start and build confidence. It also does something important: I would not, say, make ravioli as often due to the work of making the flat sheets, but since the machine it there, I can be coaxed much more easiy into ravioli night knowing my worn out self is not going to do all the legwork. The compromise makes for more happy family meals, faster, without me collapsing. Taste, you ask. TASTE. Well, I won't lie. My family tells me they can taste hours put into meals. 15 minute pasta isn't "hours" pasta BUT and I mean BUT they aren't choking on this pasta....they are gobbling in down and groaning with home made pasta happiness. Like, enough for me to say, yeah, this is a weeknight thing, and I can spend more time on a sauce than on the pasta and everyone is really, really happy and I look fresh as a daisy after cooking THIS. Yes, the pasta is darn good. The machine was obviously slated originally for an Asian audience and I appreciate the Asian turn the recipe booklet takes. I plan to give it a go. I had been working on some of those concepts already and it is neat to see how this machine can more easily replicate Asian noodles (maybe that's why some of them are so thick). Yeah, GO UDON! So don't expect lots of Italian inspired stuff in the recipe booklet. I was charmed not to find them there. I'm keeping the machine and it won't go to dust here at home. I hope more thin disks are made. I think there is much potential here, and as it stands, great fun and super amazing ease of use for everyone. I paid full price for this item, so this is a non biased review. If this review did help you, please click "yes" below. Update: It is 4/2016 and the machine is still a winner. The kids and their friends come over to use it an cook. As ever, it is easy to clean and care for. This remains a great purchase Update: Christmas time 2016 and we are still loving the machine! Don't hesitate.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2016
Shards of plastic in your pasta? Keep your receipt!!
After 5 months of use, the rotor began digging in to the white plastic disc holder, shedding shards of plastic in to the pasta. The unit is now unusable. Philips will only replace if the buyer still has the original receipt ( no VISA statements, thank you ), which I no longer have. The damaged disc holder is not a part offered for sale on the Philips website. Customer support repeatedly told me how 'very sorry' they were, but not sorry enough to offer a solution. So, after 5 months of use, I have useless pasta maker with no option to repair.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Yun - Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2018
After 1 and half year, my Philip pasta maker ...
After 1 and half year, my Philip pasta maker stopped working. We opened the machine and figure out one small plastic part was broken. It was the part with one end connecting to the Blending Bar Assembly, the other end connecting to the inside gear of the machine. I called Philip support, they don't sell that part separately. After the product is out of 1 year warranty there's no way to repair it! It can just be throw away as a junk now. Feel very angry with their junk support. The plastic part maybe only worth 5$ but I have to lose my whose investment because of no replacement.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Elizabeth D. - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2015
Actually works the way the video shows!
Ridiculously easy. I have 2 growing boys and a 6'4" husband that all eat a LOT. I was tired of buying box after box of pasta, only to have to cook it to death to get it remotely tender (and not mushy). I love making pasta, but it's such a mess the old fashioned way. Before I bought this I thought "I don't need this", "it's a uni-tasker", "what a ridiculous gadget". Now I think "I love this thing", "It works better than expected", "WOW". It's pricey and certainly a little bit decadent, but what fun! Tip: For our first few batches I used just AP flour and water (the most basic option). Be sure to weigh the ingredients as the cup measure was way off compared to the weight (250g). Also, I was completely convinced it was way way too dry and would never work (it looked like very dry pie dough before it comes together). Do NOT add extra liquid, just wait. The machine uses pressure to "force" the dough together and it needs to be that dry to extrude properly. Happy cooking!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Angela_G - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2016
I absolutely love it- still love after 2.5 years
I'm in love. I waited a while for the price to come down and to be able to get an open box specials and I finally did it. Had it unboxed, in the kitchen, and making pasta within 15 minutes. The water took longer to boil. I made Penne (Penne is my favorite kind of pasta) and served it with the sauce I had spent the previous 6 hours cooking. I've used it 3 times with great success. The second time I just talked my 12 year old son through making it and he pretty much made it on his own. The third time I did turn it off after it was fully mixed, and let it rest for 10 minutes, then turned on the machine again. That turned out just a bit better I think but I don't think it would be totally necessary. I'm so excited to make lasagna. I'm kind of amazed at the people who say it's hard to clean up...I just leave everything to dry overnight and wipe it off, and pop the dried pasta out of the disc. It's amazingly easy to clean up. We think the pasta is delicious. I posted a detailed review along with pictures on my blog The Weekday Kitchen. Someone said you can't use it to make Asian noodles but I made them using the recipe I found (google Phillips Ramen. I used the recipe on Not So Ancient Chinese Secrets). I had to add a touch of water and back off a little on the sodium/potassium bicarb (it was a little dry) but if you know the texture you're looking for it works and tastes delicious. See pictures Updated 2.5 years later: We have been using this consistently for 2.5 years (on average I would say once every other week) with no issues and still loving the results. To this point I have made penne multiple times, as noted above, ramen, I have made spaghetti, lasagna (many times) and ravioli several times, always pretty happy with the results. If it broke I would replace it immediately because I love it that much.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jackie DeCesaris - Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2015
This Machine is a keeper we love. A full price review
As a hand maker of pasta, and having very fierce opinions of it, I waited a long time before even considering this machine. I have a LOT of pasta machines and gadgets, some I have held up to the light and have praised, some that I have thrown back into the netherworlds of my kitchen bins to be forgotten. I have always had a bit of a love hate feeling with extruded pasta. It always has a machine-y feel to it and never has that true warm hand feel that is so great. I have owned and nixed the Kitchen Aid extruder for producing machine-y pasta, but I have loved the Kitchen Aid flat roller and hand cut (but not the terrible work). I owned some older rickety 70s pasta maker/extruders that were loud and downright dangerous. Enter Philips. At frist, the price blew my hair back. All that for PASTA? The price alone just about would ruin the meal, I thought. So I waited. And the price came down some. It arrived and within 15 minutes of unboxing....I kid you not....15 gosh darn minutes......faster than the freaking water could BOIL I had fresh pasta hanging, ready to go. The tips of my fingers really began to tingle when I calculated what this meant: more time for sauce prep, more time for playing with types of pasta. Houston, we have a GO. I immediately placed a purchase for the other disk sets for two reasons, and this is where the star reductions comes in. I find that Philips has a distictly American feeling for pasta that, IMHO is big, bready and chunky, whereas I prefer my pasta, thin, airy and delicate. The spaghetti disk that comes with the machine would make a cafeteria proud, but not my home. The thin spaghetti in the add on set is heavenly....light, sweet and airy. I need to pick in the disks to find thinner, less chunky disks....thinning the dough (read:add a tiny bit more water) also makes for less chunky pasta. So the good is mixed with the adequate in the sets, but the good is there. Operation. A toddler could do it a probably faster than you can. We use a scale since we are old school. So, 500g flour into the bin, shut the top, turn on to large batch setting, add liquid from premeasured cup...woah pasta is already coming out so your water should have been boiling! Yup! Boil the water before you start making pasta since it takes longer for water to come to a boil than it does to make a full batch of pasta. Where is the mess, you wonder? Well, there isn't one with this machine. Try as you might, you won't be able to make one no matter how clutzy or distracted you may be. We have tried, and failed, at making a flour mess with the Philips. Oh, and BTW the machine is so quiet a baby could sleep next to it. Seriously. They don't lie when they say clean up is a breeze. Trust what they say on this. Either immediate washing up liquid on a couple of parts, or better yet, wait till after the meal and the flour dries up and everything falls off for an even easier washing up by hand or DW. Clogged disk? Not likely, but a quick trip to the freezer will take care of that without any strain or sprain on your part. Easy peasy. But getting back to price? Well, a foodie friend once told be that home made pasta was over rated...and I can not disagree more (as could my family). And if you feel that home made pasta is priceless, then maybe this is great for your arsenal. It will not replace hand kneaded, hand pressed pasta, but it blends in with my collection nicely. If you are a beginner, it is a good way to start and build confidence. It also does something important: I would not, say, make ravioli as often due to the work of making the flat sheets, but since the machine it there, I can be coaxed much more easiy into ravioli night knowing my worn out self is not going to do all the legwork. The compromise makes for more happy family meals, faster, without me collapsing. Taste, you ask. TASTE. Well, I won't lie. My family tells me they can taste hours put into meals. 15 minute pasta isn't "hours" pasta BUT and I mean BUT they aren't choking on this pasta....they are gobbling in down and groaning with home made pasta happiness. Like, enough for me to say, yeah, this is a weeknight thing, and I can spend more time on a sauce than on the pasta and everyone is really, really happy and I look fresh as a daisy after cooking THIS. Yes, the pasta is darn good. The machine was obviously slated originally for an Asian audience and I appreciate the Asian turn the recipe booklet takes. I plan to give it a go. I had been working on some of those concepts already and it is neat to see how this machine can more easily replicate Asian noodles (maybe that's why some of them are so thick). Yeah, GO UDON! So don't expect lots of Italian inspired stuff in the recipe booklet. I was charmed not to find them there. I'm keeping the machine and it won't go to dust here at home. I hope more thin disks are made. I think there is much potential here, and as it stands, great fun and super amazing ease of use for everyone. I paid full price for this item, so this is a non biased review. If this review did help you, please click "yes" below. Update: It is 4/2016 and the machine is still a winner. The kids and their friends come over to use it an cook. As ever, it is easy to clean and care for. This remains a great purchase Update: Christmas time 2016 and we are still loving the machine! Don't hesitate.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2016
Shards of plastic in your pasta? Keep your receipt!!
After 5 months of use, the rotor began digging in to the white plastic disc holder, shedding shards of plastic in to the pasta. The unit is now unusable. Philips will only replace if the buyer still has the original receipt ( no VISA statements, thank you ), which I no longer have. The damaged disc holder is not a part offered for sale on the Philips website. Customer support repeatedly told me how 'very sorry' they were, but not sorry enough to offer a solution. So, after 5 months of use, I have useless pasta maker with no option to repair.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Yun - Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2018
After 1 and half year, my Philip pasta maker ...
After 1 and half year, my Philip pasta maker stopped working. We opened the machine and figure out one small plastic part was broken. It was the part with one end connecting to the Blending Bar Assembly, the other end connecting to the inside gear of the machine. I called Philip support, they don't sell that part separately. After the product is out of 1 year warranty there's no way to repair it! It can just be throw away as a junk now. Feel very angry with their junk support. The plastic part maybe only worth 5$ but I have to lose my whose investment because of no replacement.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Elizabeth D. - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2015
Actually works the way the video shows!
Ridiculously easy. I have 2 growing boys and a 6'4" husband that all eat a LOT. I was tired of buying box after box of pasta, only to have to cook it to death to get it remotely tender (and not mushy). I love making pasta, but it's such a mess the old fashioned way. Before I bought this I thought "I don't need this", "it's a uni-tasker", "what a ridiculous gadget". Now I think "I love this thing", "It works better than expected", "WOW". It's pricey and certainly a little bit decadent, but what fun! Tip: For our first few batches I used just AP flour and water (the most basic option). Be sure to weigh the ingredients as the cup measure was way off compared to the weight (250g). Also, I was completely convinced it was way way too dry and would never work (it looked like very dry pie dough before it comes together). Do NOT add extra liquid, just wait. The machine uses pressure to "force" the dough together and it needs to be that dry to extrude properly. Happy cooking!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Angela_G - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2016
I absolutely love it- still love after 2.5 years
I'm in love. I waited a while for the price to come down and to be able to get an open box specials and I finally did it. Had it unboxed, in the kitchen, and making pasta within 15 minutes. The water took longer to boil. I made Penne (Penne is my favorite kind of pasta) and served it with the sauce I had spent the previous 6 hours cooking. I've used it 3 times with great success. The second time I just talked my 12 year old son through making it and he pretty much made it on his own. The third time I did turn it off after it was fully mixed, and let it rest for 10 minutes, then turned on the machine again. That turned out just a bit better I think but I don't think it would be totally necessary. I'm so excited to make lasagna. I'm kind of amazed at the people who say it's hard to clean up...I just leave everything to dry overnight and wipe it off, and pop the dried pasta out of the disc. It's amazingly easy to clean up. We think the pasta is delicious. I posted a detailed review along with pictures on my blog The Weekday Kitchen. Someone said you can't use it to make Asian noodles but I made them using the recipe I found (google Phillips Ramen. I used the recipe on Not So Ancient Chinese Secrets). I had to add a touch of water and back off a little on the sodium/potassium bicarb (it was a little dry) but if you know the texture you're looking for it works and tastes delicious. See pictures Updated 2.5 years later: We have been using this consistently for 2.5 years (on average I would say once every other week) with no issues and still loving the results. To this point I have made penne multiple times, as noted above, ramen, I have made spaghetti, lasagna (many times) and ravioli several times, always pretty happy with the results. If it broke I would replace it immediately because I love it that much.