Rated 5 out of 5Â by spaggy Worked like a charm
I had put this on my wedding registry and when I read the mixed reviews I almost returned it. So I figured I would give it a shot and it worked like a charm. The thing I saw that people were complaining about was leaking ravioli.
To all the people that were complaining that it is a manual crank, who cares. It has to be a manual crank or you would have filling all over the place. By having it a manual crank you can make sure that you dont have anything leaking out anywhere.
my first run though ( a dry run w/o filling) I noticed that the dough didnt quite match up. So then with my second sheet of dough I i stretched it out slightly and check for sizing and it fit great and I didnt have any leaking ravioli
Rated 4 out of 5Â by JackieO12 Great attachment
I really love making my own ravioli really great to use and very good tasting from store bought
Rated 3 out of 5Â by sehamilton8 Very finicky
While I am a total fan of the KitchenAid attachments and have raved about the ice cream maker, meat grinder, sausage stuffer, pasta roller and various pasta cutters the ravioli maker was a disappointment. The raviolis are very small and the operation very finicky...overall I think it was easier to simply use the roller to make two sheets of pasta dough and hand finish them. Really not that great as tends to make messy side raviolis and they are too small for my taste much neater to fill them by hand and less waste.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by TheNip Not worth it
I have many attachments and this is the first one I cannot recommend. It is not powered by the machine, but is instead hand operated - all the machine does is provide a location to mount the attachment.
In terms of functionality, I find the attachment hard to use. Many of my ravioli come out broken, only partially filled, or otherwise unusable. Also, the elevated position of the attachment does not create the best working position.
Save yourself some cash and skip this one. Makes some sheets of pasta, get a spoon and last out blobs of filling on a sheet. Cover that with a second pasta sheet and cut out the ravioli by hand. This method is easier, faster, and all of the output will be usable, unlike the attachment where 30% of what I made ended up in the trash. After trying this attachment 3 times, I've finally given up on it.
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