philips noodle 640x506We’re sure if given the choice of picking between freshly made noodles or store-bought ones, most people would choose the freshly made ones. Not only is it because it is fresh, chances are it could prove to be healthier since you know what ingredients goes into making them. However making noodles yourself can be a tiring task.

You would need to knead the dough, roll it out, knead it again, roll it out, rinse and repeat until it is “ready”. It’s the extra work that can be quite off-putting, but if you’re looking for an easy way to have freshly made noodles, Philips has something for you in the form of the Noodle Maker. As you can see in the image above, the Noodle Maker is a machine that will make your noodles for you.

All the user would have to do is add the necessary ingredients, like egg, flour, water, and other ingredients that you want, like juice if you want to color them. The machine will help you knead the dough and will create about 500g of noodles each time. Easy, right? In fact over in Japan, there are different caps that allows the user to choose from udon, soba, and ramen style noodles.

As it stands, the Philips Noodle Maker is available for purchase in countries like Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan, where it will retail for around $313. It’s a little pricey but if you want to save yourself the hassle, then perhaps it could be worth checking out. Pretty cool, huh?

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