PASTA MAKER SNFGA/SNPA This attachment has been approved for use with all KitchenAid ® household stand mixers *Pasta Maker Plates (Model SNPA) are available to convert a Model FGA Food Grinder to a Pasta Maker.
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TO ASSEMBLE: Insert the grind worm (A) into the grinder body (B). Place one of the pasta plates (C) over the exposed end of the grind worm, matching the tabs of the plate with the notches in the grinder body. Place ring (D) onto grinder body, turning by hand until finger tight but not overtightened.
Separation - Partially dry on a towel in a single layer. Storage - Cook within 4 hours or freeze in aluminum foil. Note: Pasta Maker Plates (Model SNPA) are available to convert a Model FGA Food Grinder to a Pasta Maker.
3. Note: Pasta Maker Plates (Model SNPA) are available to convert a Model FGA Food Grinder to a Pasta Maker.
Remove mixture from bowl and hand knead for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Cover with plastic wrap and let dough rest for 15 minutes before extruding through Pasta Maker. Yield: about 1 pound dough Per serving: About 184 cal, 7 g pro, 33 g carb, 2 g fat, 80 mg chol, 25 mg sod.
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