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Weston Roma Electric review

The Weston Roma Electric Pasta Machine is an electric noodle maker that lets you feed your pasta dough through the combing mechanism to create strips of ready-to-cook pasta.

Weston Roma Electric review
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Our Verdict

The Weston Roma pasta maker is easy to use and creates lots of different types of pasta.

For

  • Makes a variety of pasta
  • No need to use a hand crank

Against

  • Dough can jam the machine
  • Parts can’t go in the dishwasher

The Weston Roma Electric Pasta Machine lets you feed your pasta dough through the combing mechanism to create strips of ready-to-cook pasta. The model is electric and offers nine different levels of thickness to choose from for your dough.

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Weston Roma Electric Pasta Machine: Features

To maintain a smooth and even cut, the Weston Roma pasta maker has fast and slow settings so you can control the speed of dough flowing through the machine. Because of the setup of the machine, you have to hold the sheets of pasta as they feed through the combing tool. The dough must be the correct thickness before entering the machine otherwise you'll end up with a machine jammed with dough. When you open the safety cover, the machine automatically stops power going to it to avoid accidents, which is a handy feature. 

The pasta cutter has nine different settings for thickness, starting at 0.10 inches thick. While shaping your dough, you cannot adjust the thickness for fettuccine or spaghetti, but you can modify most other pasta. The rollers are 5.75 inches wide, so you can make broad noodles like lasagna or thinner ones with the shapers. The machine comes with a manual that covers general usage and care directions. This benefits those who don't know where to start when it comes to making their own pasta.

Along with the built-in pasta cutter, this pasta machine comes with a cleaning brush to reach the smaller areas within the grooves. This is slightly awkward to clean, and the electrical mechanism makes it impossible to submerge in water. You must do all cleaning with a dry cloth or by running additional pasta dough through the machine to pick up excess oil and flour. If you prefer less cleaning, take a look at the Philips HR2375 pasta maker review.

This machine is available in red with a steel accent. It requires being plugged into a standard 120-volt outlet and features a 90-watt motor. It weighs 18 pounds and is small enough to fit in an average-size kitchen cabinet.

Should you buy the Weston Roman Electric Pasta Machine?

The Weston Roma Electric Pasta Machine is a good beginner machine, but it does require a regular amount of upkeep. It helps those who are new to the pasta-making process with the various settings, but it does not offer a tray for resting the dough while it rolls through the cutter.