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Philips Original Pasta & Noodle Maker HR2375/13

Philips Original Pasta & Noodle Maker HR2375/13 Questions & Answers

MPN: HR2375-13
4.4 from 27 reviews

6 questions from our users

Sandi waddell

Sandi waddellasked

I bought a Bellini pasta maker today but after reading reviews I think I'll take it back and buy a Phillips one!

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Robert
Robert

No!!!!!!!!!!! Don't get the Philips

Rose
Rose

Ohh I absolutely love my Phillips one.. I use mine atleast twice a week.. may I ask why you don’t you like the Phillips Robert?

Rose
Rose

The best ratio I use and has worked perfectly every time:-

200g semolina (durum wheat)
50g plain flour
95g Liquid - 1 egg and water lightly beaten

SO IMPORTANT TO WEIGHT ALL INGREDIENTS TO THE GRAM... do not use measuring cups!!!!!!

when I first purchased the machine failed 3 times and tried to return it.. but after weighing to correct ratio, it was perfect.. as it mixes it looks like bread crumbs at first but by the 3 minutes of kneading and starting extruding it was perfect..

You can use plain flour if you wish, I like semolina as it’s easy to digest and has a nice taste too.. I also double the recipe depending how much I need...

I have told all my friends and since all have purchased one themselves after watching me make it so many times..

Todd K.

Todd K.asked

Hey Phillips I actually have the newer version which weighs the flour, but not listed here, however presuming the answer, if possible is the same. My friend is STRICT Keto, so no carbs (alas no traditional flours that are carbs - nut flours etc, are fine) Do you have a recipe for a truly keto pasta for this machine?

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Philips
Philips S.Philips

Hello Todd, thank you for your question. We do not have a keto pasta recipe yet, we're afraid. But surely you can find something online. :) Should you have any questions about the Pasta & Noodle maker, please feel free to reach out to our product specialists at 1300 363 391 (Australia) or 0800 658 224 (New Zealand). They'll be happy to help. :)

Kind regards,
The Philips Australia Team

Angela B

Angela Basked

I'm seeing a lot of reviews saying the consistency is poor. Can anyone post what is a good consistency, and if this is the case, why doesn't Phillips do something about the recipe book?

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Robert
Robert

It's because they don't want it to look to difficult to make.

Their videos are edited to make it look easy

Philips
Philips S.Philips

Hello Robert,

Thank you for your input. We're sorry to hear that using the Pasta maker seems a bit difficult for you. We'd recommend checking out this recipe book: https://philips.to/2V9LLfI, if the videos aren't clear enough. We hope this answers your question, and if not, then you can contact us directly on 1300 363 391 (Australia), or 0800 658 224 (New Zealand) from Mondays to Saturdays: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm EST. We will be happy to help.

Kind regards,
The Philips Australia Team

Todd K.
Todd K.

Wow, that is the same instruction book that comes with the unit which this poster is rightfully telling you is poorly written. Your response is borderline mean if you did read her comment!

angela_lee

angela_leeasked

Hi are the shaping discs compatible with all models?

1 answer
Philips
Philips S.Philips

Hi there Angela,

Thanks for your question. You can find the compatible discs for this model, by clicking on the following link: https://www.philips.com.au/c-p/HR2375_13/avance-collection-pasta-and-noodle-maker/partsandaccessories.
Hope this helps!
If there's anything else we can do for you, feel free to let us know.

Kind regards,
The Philips Australia Team

Paul

Paulasked

Could someone advise me on the difference between the HR2375/13, HR2358/06 and HR2357/06, aside from colour? It’s not clear from the Philips website. Do they all have auto weighing function?

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Philips
Philips S.Philips

Hi Paul,

Thank you for your question and your interest in our pasta makers! We've prepared a little chart that compares all 3 models, for your convenience: https://www.philips.com.au/etc/philips/b2c/compareproducts.html?locale=en_AU&catalog=CONSUMER&ctn=HR2375/13,HR2358/06,HR2357/06.

As for your second question - the HR2358/06 is the only model out of the 3 that has the inbuilt auto weighing function. We hope this is helpful!

Kind Regards,
The Philips Australia Team

Paul
Paul

Thank you for your reply Philips. I had seen this chart but it still isn't clear to me why I would choose one particular model over the other as I can buy all for about the same price. Am I correct in that the HR2375 is the latest model? Is there a reason it doesn't have the auto weighing function? Some websites say that the HR2358 is now a discontinued model?

Philips
Philips S.Philips

Thank you for coming back to us, Paul! Indeed, the HR2375/13 is the only (and latest) pasta maker that is currently available in Australia - we wouldn't be able to point out why exactly the auto-weigh function is missing, since that is the decision of our product designers, however we do know that it does the job just like the other models mentioned. Feel free to let us know if we can be of any further assistance!

Kind Regards,
The Philips Australia Team

Hopeful purchaser

Hopeful purchaserasked

What is the difference between HR2458/06 and HR2375/13

1 answer
Philips
Philips S.Philips

Hi there,

Thanks for your interest in our Pasta maker. Let's see. The second one you mention, the HR2485/06, is the Avance collection. This is our model with the least shaping disks. We must say that we aren't able to find the other model you've mentioned. Could it be you mean another model number? We look forward to your reply.

Kind regards ,
The Philips Australia Team

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