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KitchenAid® Mixer Ravioli Attachment

Ravioli has never been easier—just fill the hopper with meat, cheese or veggies and specially designed rollers pinch and seal the pasta. For use with all KitchenAid mixers (uses sheets of pasta rolled by the KitchenAid pasta attachment). Recipes...Read More

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Description

Ravioli has never been easier—just fill the hopper with meat, cheese or veggies and specially designed rollers pinch and seal the pasta. For use with all KitchenAid mixers (uses sheets of pasta rolled by the KitchenAid pasta attachment). Recipes included.

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  • Ravioli maker with 6-inch-wide rollers for 3 rows of large-pocket ravioli
  • Filling scoop spreads filling into corners of hopper providing even distribution
  • Designed to fit all models of KitchenAid household stand mixers

Specifications Show

  • Model: KRAV
  • Measures approximately 7 by 12-3/4 by 5-1/4 inches; 1-year warranty
  • Made in China
  • Warranty: One-year warranty

Care & Usage Show

  • Hand wash in soapy water; cleaning brush and instruction guide with recipes included

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Customer Reviews

2.5 / 5.0
17 Reviews
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Wasted good pasta
I will stick with my manual ravioli from now on. I found that if I didn't roll enough pasta through to start, the egdes got caught, so the first row didn't get filled. I also found that the filling needed to be creamy and not coarse to fill the ravioli and that the ravioli were relatively small. If I'm making homemade ravioli I want them to be larger and have a more "rustic" texture to the filling. I also had to use a pizza wheel to cut them apart. All in all, I probably won't use this attachment again.
November 8, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
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
April 22, 2015
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Extremely Technique Sensitive
With a little practice I found I could crank out a dozen or more at a time much faster than I could by hand and there was no trapped air in the raviol.
At a roll out setting of 3 I found the pasta had a very chewy edge, unacceptably so. I am now experimenting with a roll out of 4 or 5.
The biggest problem I'm having is the pasta hanging up on the tines on the "thin white guides/levers" on the bottom of the machine. These are obviously meant to deflect the pasta off the rollers once sealing is complete instead my finished ravioli pass between the right roller (facing the free end of the machine) and the guide and scrunch up into a complete mess. I'm going to try dusting the rollers with flour as well as the surface of the pasta contacting them and see if that helps. The pasta consistently sticks to the right roller and does so regardless of how thick or thin the roll out.
December 17, 2015
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
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.
August 6, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
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
September 27, 2014
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Waste of good lobster.
Tried making ravioli. It was a pain trying to feed in the stuffing a little bit at a time, the dough kept tearing, and it made a big mess.
March 15, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Extra time, patience, trial and error needed
I fully agree with the other negative reviews and had same issues. I will add that it also pulled the dough to one side on the roller. It also helped not having the plastic tines on the bottom engaged. You also end up with extra pasta at the top and bottom of the run. And, if you have some filling left in the hopper you need to take that out before putting new sheets in. Making them by hand is way more efficient, less futsy and frustrating.
November 17, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
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.
April 29, 2014
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Made homemade raviolios and they turned out perfect.
I got a ravioli make for a Christmas and i made about 100 raviolis and they turned out great. of course, i made a meat filling. It sealed them nicely. I haven't tried a cheese filling. i am looking for a good recipe for them. but I am totally satisfied with my product. Thank you Kitchenaid. Also my husband bought me the ohter three attachments for my mixer. to roll the dough out I also made spaghetti. they turned out great too.
January 12, 2014
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Ravioli Disappointment
I bought this and have tried several times to use it but it is always a big disappointment and a big mess. I end up doing them by hand. I watched a video thinking maybe I was missing something, in fact me and a friend tried to work together to see if we could make it work, but that didn't work either. The concept and design seem great but the product does not work. I love the mixer and I love the pasta/noodle maker but this ravioli machine is a big waste of a lot of money.
Mary Young
November 1, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
 

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Why did you choose this?
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We love the other Kitchen Aid pasta attachments and want to make our own ravioli at home.
Juliette D on Nov 12, 2017
because i love this accesories
rodrigo c on Sep 4, 2017
We love the other Kitchen Aid pasta attachments and want to make our own ravioli at home.
Juliette D on Nov 12, 2017
It looks like fun!
Lisa S on Nov 10, 2017
because i love this accesories
rodrigo c on Sep 4, 2017
I hope to make some amazing ravioli creations for my friends and family to enjoy. This system seems more efficient than making it by hand, and the size ravioli it produces seems to be preferred for what I intend to make.
Erin J on Jun 5, 2017
My wife likes pasta
Ramon M F on Feb 23, 2017
Thought it would be fun to make fresh ravioli since I have the pasta roller attachment.
MYRNA B on Dec 18, 2016
My sister loves these pasta tools!
Susan B on Nov 9, 2016
I am about to marry into a large family and will need to make ravioli for large groups of people. This attachment will help me make more in less time than doing so manually.
Lorah B on Jul 11, 2016
Registry list
Patricia N on May 29, 2016
brand name
Judith B on May 2, 2016
wedding registry
AKIKO T on Apr 29, 2016
Gift
Douglas J on Mar 28, 2016
Italian
Marcia S on Mar 21, 2016
We love the pasta attachment so this looks like its a great tool too.
Cynthia P on Feb 6, 2016
Love my other pasta maker attachments
diane k on Feb 6, 2016
I love making pasta and I did not have this attachment
Kristy R on Jan 31, 2016
Love KitchenAid. Have used other attachments with no problems.
Stephanie P on Jan 29, 2016
fantastic attachment... very good price.
Juliana F on Jan 12, 2016
This is an attachment that my daughter has been wanting for her mixer.
Suzanne G on Dec 19, 2015
My daughter went to one of your pasta making classes and is hooked for life! This will be a Christmas gift.
Rebecca G on Oct 18, 2015
I am going to take a cooking class, "Homemade Ravioli Workshop" here (Sur la table), and I want to be ready for.
Claudia D on Oct 16, 2015
I wanted to prepare garden vegetables by making ravioli.
Suzanne B on Oct 10, 2015
Instead of using my mixer solely as a mixer what better than using it to it's full potential.
Donna B on Jul 12, 2015
reduces my hand work
alan f on Jul 10, 2015
I love to cook pasta -
Ricardo L on Apr 1, 2015
I have the pasta attachment but have been making raviolis by hand. This attachment looks easy to use.
kathryn t on Mar 29, 2015
This item looks as if it would greatly reduce the effort needed to make ravioli and would save time with someone with as crowded a schedule as mine.
Nardo P on Mar 28, 2015
It looks like it makes uniform ravioli pretty easily.
Keith on Mar 26, 2015
Gift for family member that loves making own pasta and sauces
Deborah R on Mar 26, 2015
a GREAT PRICE.
Michael E on Mar 25, 2015
I have been making raviolis and other pasta using a manual roller. As other reviewers have said - it really takes 3 or 4 hands.
Charlene M on Nov 14, 2014
On Bride's registry
Gaylyn B on Sep 14, 2014
It looks like fun!
Lisa S on Nov 10, 2017
I hope to make some amazing ravioli creations for my friends and family to enjoy. This system seems more efficient than making it by hand, and the size ravioli it produces seems to be preferred for what I intend to make.
Erin J on Jun 5, 2017
Does this definitely work with one of the earliest models, the K5SS?
Katherine H on Jan 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The KitchenAid website says "Compatible with Any KitchenAid® Stand Mixer".
just bought the kitchen aid mixer today after my cooking class but they were out of the pasta attachment in the store I see the ravioli maker but I do not see the pasta maker attachment on the website??
alisa b on Nov 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They have the attachments here;http://www.surlatable.com/product/PRO-35543/ Or I used biscuit cutters to make my round ravioli by hand. Very tasty and pretty satisfying to make it by hand!! Good luck, hope that helps!!
I am wanting to know if you still need the pasta maker in addition to the ravioli maker?
A shopper on Jun 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Although they work independently of each other you will need to rollout the pasta dough in order to use the ravioli maker. The pasta roller is worth getting and works off of the motor on the machine however the ravioli maker does not and am not sure if it is worth spending the money as it is very awkward to use.
Because I need to eat grain-free for medical reasons, I can only make my pasta with things like almond flour, coconut flour, etc. (No rice, all-purpose, wheat, etc.) So it's a different consistency. Anyone know if this would work or not?
J H on May 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have not tried grain-free dough in the ravioli maker. I do know the correct consistency (liquid to "flour" ratio) is important. You might try using the ravioli molds first to develop your skill at the right consistency, then purchase the attachment. I love mine.
Can you purchase the entire set of macaroni maker, pasta roller and the ravioli maker all together in a set as the video shows?
A shopper on Nov 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can! But I would double check which ones you have selected during checkout so there are no order mistakes. Sometimes Sur la Table sales the attachments individually or in bundles ie. 2 types of ravioli attachments.
Do I still need to have a pasta maker in addition to the ravioli maker to make my ravioli's?
A shopper on Jun 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you do.
Will it work with KitchenAid Model Classic plus?
Thank you.
A shopper on Dec 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it'll work on the Classic Plus.
HOW LARGE ARE THE RAVIOLI?
A shopper on Oct 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: These ravioli are 2" square.
 

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