The most trusted name in pasta equipment, Marcato's pasta makers and accessories are made to withstand many decades of use. The Regina Pasta Extruder manipulates dough in order to make five complex shapes: bucatini, fusilli, macaroni, mini macaroni (maccheroncini) and rigatoni. Using the manual machine is easy: Simply feed the dough through the top window and rotate the crank. You'll see the pasta come out of the side of the machine in long strips, which you can cut into short pieces with the slicer (the loop to the side of the machine, which can be lifted and pressed down. The extruders and slicer are made of chrome steel. This machine should never be cleaned with water; simply brush clean, or for a deeper clean, disassemble, leave to dry for a few hours, and scrape off any dried-on parts before reassembling. Read our guide on how to use the Marcato Regina Pasta Extruder Maker, including the correct dough to use for extruded pasta shapes, here.
Why we love it
'If you love making pasta at home, this extruder is the next frontier. I always experiment with different lengths of these shapes, from long strands of fusilli to short rigatoni for soups. It's particularly great for making pasta with family and friends.'
Specifications & Care
|Country of Origin
|L 295mm x W 125mm x H 190mm
About The Brand
In 1930, Otello Marcato made the first-ever pasta rolling machine in a workshop behind his house and sold them to neighbours on his bicycle. He opened a factory in Campodarsego, Padua, eight years later, where Marcato still produces all of their products today. Their machines are recognized all over the world for unbeatable quality. Their 100+ employees pack up to 2,500 pasta machines a day and 250,000 rollers a month with an extremely low rate of defects, reusing most of the product waste in order to embrace a principle of ecological circularity.Shop Marcato