I personally just love pasta. I enjoy preparing it, serving it to others, even reading and writing about it. So, when I tell you that even the best, most expensive dried pasta can’t hold a candle to what you make yourself on a bad day, you can believe me (or at least go out and try it yourself).
Fresh pasta is simply silkier in texture, tender without being mushy, as well as more subtle in flavor. Not only that, you’re free to make ravioli stuffed with whatever ingredients you want and experiment with different colorings, flavorings, and shapes.
Pasta Maker Overview
Regardless of your level of experience, you can add pasta making to your portfolio of “things I do like a well-rounded adult” just by buying the right pasta maker. Every one of these machines offers good value; just read on to learn which one will work for you.