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Round Italian Ravioli Maker with Rolling Pin

Preparing fresh ravioli is incredibly easy and quick with this helpful tool. All you have to do is place a sheet of pasta dough in the form, press desired filling into molds, add a second layer of dough and roll over with the pin. Homemade ravioli is cut...Read More

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Preparing fresh ravioli is incredibly easy and quick with this helpful tool. All you have to do is place a sheet of pasta dough in the form, press desired filling into molds, add a second layer of dough and roll over with the pin. Homemade ravioli is cut and ready to cook. Durable aluminum construction ensures years of ravioli making. 13" x 4½".

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  • Manufacturer: Eppicotispai
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Dimensions: 13" x 4½"
  • Material: Aluminum and wood
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This is awesome and a great time saver for making ravioli. I have had mine for a long time. I use it a lot, and it produces great results. I would highly recommend it to anyone who loves ravioli making
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May 4, 2013
Great product
I got this a little over a year ago. After 5 or so uses the handles on the rolling pin did break but it still works. I use it to make delicious homemade ravioli.
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March 29, 2013
Broke 1st use
I purchased lobster and crab to make ravioli for my family. Needless to say the ingredients were expensive but I wanted to treat my family to nice home made ravioli. The very first batch the rolling pin not only broke but long nails came out and flew across my kitchen. I attempted to make the ravioli with my regular rolling pin and they turned out horrible. I will be returning this device because it is not worth the cost to produce it.
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June 16, 2012
 

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Sur La Table Store
I want to make ravioli and I like this mold
chelsea d on Aug 24, 2014
For my sister's birthday
Janine M on Aug 13, 2014
How large are the ravioli's?

Previous questions asked capacity - 2 Tbs. but how large are they? 2.5 inches? 3.0 inches. I notice there is the round portion and then there is a pasta around the edges, which is not really a ROUND ravioli maker. If there are edges to it and the shape is square, it is considered a square ravioli
A shopper on Jan 13, 2013
Best Answer: I use a 1/8 cup cookie scoop (it works like an ice cream scoop) they sell it in the Sur Le Table store in the mall where I shop. The size of the pockets is about the same size as a coffee scoop, just right for ravioli
Reply · Report · NickyCooks on May 5, 2013
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What is the capacity of each pocket where the filling goes?

For the round italian ravioli maker, I was wondering what is the size of the filling pocket
A shopper on Jan 7, 2012
Best Answer: Preparing fresh ravioli is incredibly easy and quick with this helpful tool. All you have to do is place a sheet of pasta dough in the form, press desired filling into molds, add a second layer of dough and roll over with the pin. Homemade ravioli is cut and ready to cook. Durable aluminum construction ensures years of ravioli making. 13"" x 4_"". The pocket is designed to hold approximately 2 tablespoons of filling
Reply · Report · CarrieSLTCS on Jan 11, 2012
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How large are the round raviolis?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
Best Answer: They're 2" in diameter.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Jan 6, 2015
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