Question about CucinaPro Cucina Pro 150-25 Pasta Ravioli Attachment
Hello i need a solution to my problem
last night i hand made ravioli and it turned out amazingly well.
but the work was soo tiring so i try to do it in my pasta maker and then the dough tearing.
i use the same recipe bouth time.
what was the problem?
Is there something wrong with the dough?
Is my pasta maker set to the wrong width?
How do I fix this problem?!
90% of the time this will solve the tearing problem: . After rolling dough through lowest setting to knead 5 times: Take a piece the size of a large egg and pass it through setting 1, now without folding, pass the flattened piece through setting 2, feeding it through the rollers as you would see a sheet of paper pass through a printer, repeat this process at settings 3 and then 4 and then 5 etc. until you get to desired thinness. Most often the mistake is in thinking that the dough need only to be passed through the desired setting, but when you think about it when hand rolling you would pass the roller over the entire piece of dough gradually thinning it with each pass, if you tried to roll it in one pass to desired thickness it would rip also. Hope this helps, it took literally months of internet searches and failed attempts for me to discover this.
Posted on Apr 10, 2014
You have to let the dough rest about 30 min. to 1 hour before passing the pasta in the roller. Also if you put some flour on both side of your pasta for the first passing through the machine it works well.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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a ravioli press for less than $15.
Feb 20, 2013 | Cooking
isn't actually that hard to make but it is quite time consuming. You need to
make the ravioli dough and then leave it to rest. Then you prepare the ravioli
filling and shape them. The cooking of them is the easy part as they are cooked
Here is a
link to a really good tutorial with pictures.
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