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Rated 4 out of 5 by from practice practice practice I love making pasta, and ravioli with the hand stamp was a headache to deal with. Took me a while to buy this since the reviews are literally split between love and hate! I decided to treat my self and I'm happy I did. First of all pasta must be rolled to number 3, the attachment will stretch the dough. Second : patience! Its a slow process, make sure not to overfill hopper, but then slowly turn the dial while pushing filling. My first time was OK, my second much better. I don't give 5 stars just because I find it difficult to separate strands, but could be me not waiting for it to totally dry, but a pastry roller fixes the issue
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible attachment This is the only bad kitchenaid product. The ravioli just bunches up at bottom even after following all their instructions waste of over 100$
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very disappointed Was really excited to get this for my birthday as well as the pasta attachment. Unlike the pasta rolling attachment this one is VERY disappointing. It's messy, the pasta crumples up and doesn't feed through nicely and I get pasta with little to no filling. I've tried 4/5 times now changing my technique each time and even watched videos online to see what I'm doing wrong. Nothing seems to work so I just end up doing it by hand. Really sad about this as it costs so much money for something that isn't fit for purpose.
Date published: 2016-08-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Slick Attachment Very slick and effient way to make ravioli. Each pocket is about 1.25"x1.25 square for filling. When you fold your dough sheet in half, be sure to give your fold a nice pinch to creat a sharp crease. Then adjust the ravioli stamp/rollers so your creased edge will be outter edge of your first row of ravioli pockets. This is the key to getting the ravioli to pass through the bottom of the press without bunching up. Smooth sailing after you master this starting step.
Date published: 2017-02-13
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