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Roma Electric Pasta Maker

Roma Electric Pasta Maker

ROMA Express Electric Pasta Machine... Make fresh pasta like a pro at home! Quickly and easily make spaghetti, fettuccini and flat sheet noodles. Nine adjustable settings to make pasta sheets paper thin to 1/10" thick pasta sheets (spaghetti and fettuccini cutters are non-adjustable); Heavy-duty construction and metal housing for a lifetime of use; Fast/Slow roller speed control; 5-3/4" wide rollers; Includes adjustable wheel pasta cutter and cleaning brush; Built-in safety switch that immediately cuts power to the motor when the safety cover is opened.



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By: Ema on 03/01/2016 09:14:48 AM

O'Bryan, I'm sorry about your disaster. It soudns as if you must have had a very thick-skinned tomato, though I don't know what variety it might have been. Perhaps you could skin such a tomato before slicing and roasting it, but that might not be worth the trouble. I think I'd use a tomato of this sort for canning whole or for making a pureed sauce, after skinning the fruit, of course. If I wanted to use the tomato for salsa, I'd make the salsa the conventional way, by chopping the fruit. You might even try chopping the fruit and then drying it out in the oven.

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