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Chitarra Pasta Cutter 2 sided with beechwood frames and steel wires

  • Luxirare
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  • Luxirare
  • Luxirare
  • Luxirare
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The Chitarra (Italian for "guitar") is a traditional device from the Abruzzi used for making pasta. It is made of a beech wood frame which is stringed with thin, zinc-coated steel wires at regular intervals. The pasta dough is laid across the wires and then pushed through them with the rolling pin attached. It works on the same principle as an egg slicer. Pasta with a rectangular profile and rough, porous surfaces is produced, which absorbs sauces especially well and is particularly suited to meat sauces. For spaghetti and macaroni alla chitarra. As the chitarra is stringed on two sides with different widths, 5 mm wide fettuccini or 2.5 mm wide linguine can be made. The tension of the wires can be readjusted with two screws. Height 9 cm, width 22 cm, length 49 cm, weight 1.3 kg. Not included and sold separatly Rolling pin diameter 4 cm, length 34 cm.

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