Christmas wrap-up fluf

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Registered: 08-22-2009
Christmas wrap-up fluf
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Sun, 12-26-2010 - 6:53am

Funny thing that happended

Biggest surprise

Your "I did good" moment

Any "duds"

Any dinner fiascos

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Registered: 10-22-2009
Tue, 12-28-2010 - 11:25am
yeah, he is the youngest.
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Registered: 02-24-2009
Tue, 12-28-2010 - 9:33am

Yes, it might take a few turns to get the hang of how much filling to use and how much egg wash it takes to make the layers stick well, but once you have it down, it ought to be fairly quick.

Ravioli also freeze well, IME. In NY we had an Italian supermarket near us, and they carried classic ravioli stuffed with ricotta in the freezer section.

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Registered: 12-07-2003
Tue, 12-28-2010 - 9:29am
Those do look like they'd be easy to use!
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Registered: 02-24-2009
Tue, 12-28-2010 - 9:26am

You can get ravioli trays, which I think is the easiest:

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Registered: 12-07-2003
Tue, 12-28-2010 - 9:25am
Hmm. Sounds like I have a lot to learn about pasta and ravioli.
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Registered: 12-07-2003
Tue, 12-28-2010 - 9:25am
Oh, cool. The guide that came with the pasta maker showed some kind of attachment where you put in two layers of pasta and the filling in the middle and it presses them together. I bet it would be pretty easy to just do it myself. Thanks!
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Registered: 01-15-2006
Tue, 12-28-2010 - 9:21am

there's a rolling pin specifically designed for ravioli too, you don't roll it completely like you would just dough but it does cut the squares for you.

 

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Registered: 10-01-2010
Tue, 12-28-2010 - 9:20am

They weren't loud, they were talking-:smileyvery-happy:

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Registered: 08-22-2009
Tue, 12-28-2010 - 9:14am

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Registered: 07-17-2007
Tue, 12-28-2010 - 9:06am

You don't need an atttchment.

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