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Old 03-19-2011, 10:25 AM   #31
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Thank you. I was in perch heaven.

Yeak, raviolis... I used to like the meat filled ones, especially the ones with sausage, but I bought some a year ago or so and decided it is cheese or nothing for me. Of course, I never tried making my own yet... some seafood raviolis I'm sure would be good.
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Old 03-19-2011, 10:56 AM   #32
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Thank you. I was in perch heaven.

Yeak, raviolis... I used to like the meat filled ones, especially the ones with sausage, but I bought some a year ago or so and decided it is cheese or nothing for me. Of course, I never tried making my own yet... some seafood raviolis I'm sure would be good.
I never made homemade meat either but was thinking of trying it sometime soon.
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Old 03-19-2011, 11:32 AM   #33
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oops, typo alert, lol.
I meant yeah, not yeak, as in maybe yuk...
My typing this morning has been horrible.

I'd like to try is soon, too. I think it would be fun/satisfying playing with the different fillings. Just need to spring for the attachment for my KA, and they're so darn expensive.
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Old 03-19-2011, 11:43 AM   #34
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oops, typo alert, lol.
I meant yeah, not yeak, as in maybe yuk...
My typing this morning has been horrible.

I'd like to try is soon, too. I think it would be fun/satisfying playing with the different fillings. Just need to spring for the attachment for my KA, and they're so darn expensive.
I have made cheese raviolis and spinach, sun dried tomato and cheese raviolis. The first couple times I did them all by hand (till I could afford a KA and a pasta machine) and rolling the dough thin by hand worked better than the machine. The hand rolled NEVER broke open. I don't have the attachment either and won't spend the money for it. I knead the dough with the KA then roll the dough out with the pasta machine. Stuff, seal and cut by hand. It's easy. My aunt had the attachment that rolled, stuffed, sealed and cut them and they were ALWAYS to thin and broke open while cooking.
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Old 03-19-2011, 12:32 PM   #35
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Interesting. Thanks.
Maybe I would be better off just getting the roller attachment then.
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