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I want to make ravioli in my pasta maker...

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i want to know What level is the perfect thickness for ravioli when speaking of the pasta maker with the hand crank?

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All the models of raviolis makers are not graduate identically...So I have the Kitchenaid ravioli maker and the #1 is the larger and the # 8 is the thiner. For the raviolis the best thickness is the #5 or 6 and all is perfect for me and delicious. Also here is what Kichenaid suggest for the thickness of the dough: If you do not own a KitchenAid Pasta
Sheet Roller, pasta sheets can be prepared
by hand. Pasta sheets should be rolled out
to a thickness of 1/16" (0.156 cm). Hop this help!

Posted on Oct 06, 2013

  • Nicole Heroux Oct 06, 2013

    Level 5 for me. I have Kitchenaid ravioli maker and the #1 is the larger and #8 is the thiner.

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