TOOLS

When you book one of our online pasta workshops there's an option to have all necessary equipment delivered to your doorstep for the day. But if you're really hooked then here's my guide to the tools I recommend for your pasta adventures. Some of these are affiliate links and I may receive a small commission upon your purchase. Your price remains unchanged by this.

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MANUAL PASTA MACHINE

Any pasta machine will work but I've found the Marcato Atlas 150 to be exactly what I need.

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ELECTRIC PASTA MACHINE

When working with long sheets of pasta I use my KitchenAid and the pasta roller attachment.

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PIPING BAG

While a teaspoon will work just fine you can take it to the next level by piping your filling onto the fresh pasta sheets.

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DOUGH SCRAPER

For handling your dough this scraper gives you more flexibility than a regular knife.

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BLENDER

I like to put all ingredients for the filling together and blend well. A handheld blender will of course also work.

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COOKIE CUTTERS

Having a few different sized cookie cutters gives me flexibility to make the perfect size for each pasta shape.

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RAVIOLI CUTTER

With a ravioli cutter I can put the finishing touches on my filled pasta.

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ASSEMBLED KITCHEN ITEMS

Some other items I use but already had at home: A large wooden bowl. A whisk or fork to scramble the eggs. Dish towels. A wooden cutting board.

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