Create homemade ravioli 'just like mama used to make'; it's easier than you think with our Ravioli Press. Lyndsey, from our Buying Team found it a breeze to use – place your rolled sheet of pasta over the tray, use the press to create the pockets, fill with your desired filling, (there's a lovely spinach and ricotta recipe included), then place a second sheet of pasta over the top. Simple as that!
Makes 12 ravioli.
Cat Ref: SKU 12104
Tray 11 x 30 x 2cm H. (4¼" x 12" x ¾")
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Customer Reviews - Ravioli Press
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Instant success after trying every other method!” by Julie Cutler
I've tried everything. I was sceptical. This worked first time (although I found a little flouring on the second go made the pieces shake out a lot faster). The main difference to this piece of kit is that you indent your pasta with a plastic tray which creates a pocket for the filling. When I've made sheets by hand, it's been annoying to seal, trailing bits of egg between the filling. They always leaked in cooking. The rolling pin here sealed them perfectly- they stayed together! If you do have issues, it might be with the pasta consistency. I mixed the dough in a processor (just organic plain white flour) which got it nice and pliant and rested for an hour. I then use a hand machine( whose ravvioli attachment was chucked in disgust), making sure that when I fold and reroll, the gluten is being stretched in the same direction. Then when it's behaving, keep rolling our thinner and thinner, but stop on the 2nd or 3rd from last interval. Your have to dust with flour lightly when the rolled dough starts feeling sticky- and that's the hard bit to judge. The filling shouldn't be too wet, and I dried the pieces out for an hour on cooling racks lined with kitchen towel. This is my first attempt after 5 years. I'm so happy.
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Great if you follow a few simple rules...” by Samantha
I followed the advice of the other 4star review, I left the sheets slightly thicker, so they could stretch a little, and kept everything floured, and had no problems. Would recommend it and will certtainly use it again.
Ravioli Press - Read the Reviews first..it helps!” by Sarah Gilbert
I'm glad I read the other reviews before using my new ravioli press. By oiling the metal press and using lots of flour on the pasta sheets (as recommended) I was able to create wonderful ravioli that were very well received. This press will certainly become a firm kitchen favourite in my house - just remember, oil and flour will help create lovely ravioli.