Homemade Pasta Using the Philips Pasta Maker + Giveaway
Recipes on on February 20 2018 by Cassidy Stockton

Homemade Pasta Using the Philips Pasta Maker + Giveaway

Have you ever made your own pasta? Not only is fresh pasta delicious, making it is a fun kitchen skill to add to your repertoire. Fresh pasta is easy to make with the Philips Avance Pasta Maker, and we've come up with some easy recipes for you to try. With this incredible machine, you can make a pound of pasta in just 15 minutes. If you've ever made homemade pasta, you know that it can be rather time consuming and cumbersome to make pasta with the right texture. I can't tell you how many failed batches of homemade noodles I made before trying this machine. Philips sent us this machine to play around with, and we developed three different basic pasta recipes, including a Paleo Pasta and a Gluten Free Pasta. Pasta for all! We have not tried these recipes using any other pasta machines. They might work. If you're looking for pasta recipes by hand, here is our basic pasta recipe and our basic gluten free pasta recipe. Philips has generously offered an Avance Pasta Maker to one lucky winner! We'll pair that machine with a selection of flours for making the best homemade pasta ever (winner will choose their preference: paleo, gluten free, regular)! To enter, find the widget below and follow the basic prompts. We'll select one lucky winner from all who enter by 11:59 pm on 2/27. This contest is open to US residents only. Read on for recipes!

Pasta using Philips Avance

Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cook Time: 4-8 minutes, depending on noodle shape | Makes 300 g fresh pasta (about 2 entrée-size servings) Select noodle shape of choice and attach to machine following manufacturer’s instructions. Place all purpose flour in the Philips Avance mixing compartment. Whisk together egg and water until thoroughly combined. Select program 1 and press start. Slowly pour egg mixture into the opening in the lid. Pasta dough will begin to form and noodles will appear within a few minutes. Cut pasta to preferred size. Toss fresh pasta in a small amount of all purpose flour to avoid sticking. When ready to cook pasta, bring a large pot of heavily salted water to a rolling boil. Carefully place pasta in the boiling water a cook until done, about 4-5 minutes for spaghetti, 6-8 minutes for fettuccine and penne. Baked lasagna does not require pre-cooking fresh noodles.

Gluten-Free Pasta using Philips Avance

Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cook Time: 4-8 minutes, depending on noodle shape | Makes 300 g fresh pasta (about 2 entrée-size servings) Select noodle shape of choice and attach to machine following manufacturer’s instructions. Place gluten free flour in the Philips Avance mixing compartment. Whisk together egg and water until thoroughly combined. Select program 1 and press start. Slowly pour egg mixture into the opening in the lid. Pasta dough will begin to form and noodles will appear within a few minutes. Cut pasta to preferred size. Toss fresh pasta in a small amount of gluten free flour to avoid sticking. When ready to cook pasta, bring a large pot of heavily salted water to a rolling boil. Carefully place pasta in the boiling water a cook until done, about 4-5 minutes for spaghetti, 6-8 minutes for fettuccine and penne. Baked lasagna does not require pre-cooking fresh noodles.

Paleo Pasta Using Philips Avance

Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cook Time: 4-8 minutes, depending on noodle shape | Makes 300g fresh pasta (about 2 entrée-size servings) Select noodle shape of choice and attach to machine following manufacturer’s instructions. Place paleo flour in the Philips Avance mixing compartment. Whisk together eggs until thoroughly combined. Select program 1 and press start. Slowly pour eggs into the opening in the lid. Pasta dough will begin to form and noodles will appear within a few minutes. Cut pasta to preferred size. Toss fresh pasta in a small amount of paleo flour to avoid sticking. When ready to cook pasta, bring a large pot of heavily salted water to a rolling boil. Carefully place pasta in the boiling water a cook until done, about 4-5 minutes for spaghetti, 6-8 minutes for fettuccine and penne. Baked lasagna does not require pre-cooking fresh noodles.

50 Comments

  1. Caitlin Bart
    Can't wait to try these out!
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  2. Jeffrey
    Making pasta is on my culinary bucket list, would love to win this to give me that extra push to get it marked off!
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  3. Martha Clements
    I like your products and recipes are very helpful!
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  4. Lynette Lazenby
    As a Gluten Free Gal, I would be thrilled to win this pasta maker! I've missed pasta!!
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  5. Lynette Lazenby
    Would love to win this pasta maker! As a gluten free gal, I've been searching for the best pasta recipe and pasta maker. This wold be a game changer for me.
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  6. melinda Lepoidevin
    I would love to win the pasta machine
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  7. Glenda Sanford
    My grandaughter and I could make healthy pastas.
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  8. Richard Oliver
    I think I must be blind. I have looked at everything I can 'click' to be able to enter the giveaway for the pasta machine, and I have yet to find where to enter the contest, so....what do I do? I'd love a chance to win the Philips Pasta Maker.
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  9. Sarah E Williams
    Sarah E Williams
    Lots of possibilities. Add some herbs or veggies.
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  10. Kathleen Kelly
    Would love to win this pasta maker!
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  11. Lynne Middlestead
    Lynne Middlestead
    Would be awesome to make my own pasta (healthier) and share with family and friends.
    Reply
  12. Angela goodman
    Would love to win this for my family. We’re learning how to go gluten free.
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  13. Camille Pimentel
    Camille Pimentel
    My family loves my homemade pasta that I make by hand. Yes, it is time consuming and downright frustrating at times to get the right balance so my pasta has the right consistency. It would be wonderful to win the Philips Avance pasta maker to try out the 3 recipes provided above.
    Reply
  14. laura mccubbin
    Have never made my own pasta, this would be cool to win and try!
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  15. Lindsay
    I have never made pasta before, looks so good!
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  16. Vicky Young
    Yum Pasta!
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  17. Ana Mayo
    I love Bob's products!!!!......I want to try to make all kind pasta wint ALL KIND FLOUR FROM BOB'S!!!!☺
    Reply
  18. Zach Bloomquist
    Cool machine!
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  19. Beth Semon
    Pasta machine
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  20. Elise Ferguson
    I have always wanted a pasta maker! I make it occasionally just by hand, this would definitely change our world! Thank you!!!
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  21. Kelly Gardner
    Looks wicked cool and the recipes sound delicious!
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  22. S McFarlane
    I would love to win!
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  23. Nikki Sturges
    I would lo ve to win the pasta maker.
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  24. toni j syring
    i would love to win this pasta maker
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  25. Jo-Ann PROETTO
    I would love to win this pasta machine as I am gluten free and this would be a major help for my diet. I also love Bob's Rewd Mill products and buy from various stores Sprouts, Wal Mart, etc.
    Reply
  26. Barbara
    Nice I’d use this a lot especially for gluten free
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  27. Amy Siegel
    Great idea I would love to make homemade pasta that's GF.
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  28. JR
    For anyone who read the article and sees my comments. Use semolina flour instead of all purpose. I don’t know why the recipe they show calls for all purpose. Your pasta will come out much better semolina flour. I have this machine, and I use Bob’s red Mill semolina flour and the pasta comes out absolutely fantastic.
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  29. Tara
    How would this work with the Philips smart pasta maker?
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    1. Whitney Barnes
      Hi Tara, I would assume it would work very similarly. Double check the manufacturer guidelines for specific instructions.
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  30. Phil
    I assume for the big batch (function 2) you double the quanties?
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  31. Cameron
    If you use Bob's Semolina flour are the measurements and ingredients the same.
    Thanks
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    1. Whitney Barnes
      Yes, you could sub in Semolina Flour where the recipe calls for All Purpose Flour. Enjoy! :)
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  32. Frances
    What if the two eggs for the Paleo pasta doesn't equal the liquid ingredients for the 300g of fresh pasta? Do you level it up with water?
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    1. Whitney Barnes
      Hi Frances, with the Paleo Flour no extra liquid is needed - just the two eggs called for. Enjoy!
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  33. Jenny
    What about vegan pasta?
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    1. Whitney Barnes
      Whitney Barnes
      Hi Jenny - We don't have a recipe for vegan pasta, but would recommend trying with aquafaba or a flaxseed egg replacement.
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  34. Bonnie
    I’ve always wanted to make homemade pasta. But I don’t know what machine to buy. It’s been difficult to find a gluten free pasta recipes.
    - Does your pasta recipes have the same texture as regular pasta?
    - If you don’t have a pasta machine can you use this recipe?
    - will this recipe work on Phillips compact machine?
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    1. Whitney Barnes
      Hi Bonnie! Gluten free pasta has a bit of a different texture than wheat based pasta. It's less stretchy/chewy and more delicate. If you’re looking for pasta recipes by hand, here is our basic gluten free pasta recipe. We only tested this recipe on this specific Philips Pasta Maker.
      Reply
  35. Debbie
    Could beet juice, spinach juice, etc be used instead of water for different colored/flavored GF pastas?
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    1. Whitney Barnes
      Yes, absolutely! That's a great idea :)
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  36. David
    Trying to make pasta using the Paleo recipe and it ends up two wet in the machine. Won't extrude the pasta after mixing. I tried using AP flour and Phillips recipe and the pasta came out great. I even weighed the Paleo flour before mixing. Could my eggs be too large or is there a liquid measurement on the eggs? I really want this recipe to work. Thanks
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    1. Sarena Shasteen
      Hi David. This is really hard to say without a conversation to discuss where the issue is occurring. We have a fantastic recipe specialist here on staff that can help you with the specific problems you're having. Please feel free to reach out to our costumer service team at 800-349-2173.
      Reply
  37. lh
    Hi, I tried making a second batch of pasta but it did not extrude much. Do I have to wash and dry the machine all over again for a bigger batch?
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    1. Whitney Barnes
      Hi! Maybe so - we recommend contacting the maker of your pasta machine, they'll be better equipped to answers this type of question.
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  38. Tom
    There's a recipe-breaking mistake on this page. The first recipe above, with all purpose flour, omits xanthan gum. The Bob's 1-to-1 flour has xanthan gum in it already, but the all purpose does not. We tried the recipe anyway because all purpose was the one the store had, and the first try yielded terrible results. I added two teaspoons of Bob's xanthan gum for the second try, and it worked perfectly.
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    1. Whitney Barnes
      Whitney Barnes
      Hi Tom - the first recipe listed calls for our Unbleached White All Purpose Flour, not our Gluten Free All Purpose Flour. You're right though—if using the Gluten Free All Purpose Flour, it will benefit greatly from the addition of Xanthan Gum.
      Reply
  39. Lynn Cartwright
    Lynn Cartwright
    Have always wanted to make fresh pasta as nothing tastes quite like it. I couldn't find the widget after looking everywhere but hope leaving a comment enters me for the contest for this beautiful machine!
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  40. Lynn Imbeau
    Is the contest for the Philips Avance Pasta Maker still ongoing or is it over?
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    1. Whitney Barnes
      Hi Lynn - This contest has ended.
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