Chitarra Spaghetti Maker - The spaghetti maker is called a Chitarra meaning “guitar” in Italian. The Chitarra originated around the early1800's in the province of Chieti, and is still in common use today.
This Spaghetti maker features a wooden rectangular frame with a fine wire which is stretched lengthwise across the top. Evenly spaced wires cut spaghetti from a sheet of dough that is rolled on them. You only need to use a rolling pin to flatten the dough, then press the dough through the wires of the Chitarra - the pasta makers slanted board cuts pasta easily.
- Measurements: 45cm long x 22 cm wide, and 9cm tall
- Composition: Wood
- Features two sides, one that makes fettuccine and one that makes angel hair pasta
- Made in Italy