Ravioli Mold with Roller
Use fresh pasta dough and your favorite fillings to create homemade ravioli with this simple form and wooden rolling pin.
- Makes 12 two-inch raviolis at once.
- Aluminum mold; beechwood pin.
- Easy to use with consistent results every time.
- Drape a rolled pasta sheet over the plaque, press desired fillings into the molds, add a top layer of pasta and roll with the pin to cut and seal ravioli.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 13 1/4" x 4 1/2" x 1" high.
- Made in Italy.
- Use & Care
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Rated 5 out of 5 by LOC1 from Great ravioli mold Makes uniform ravioli. I find spraying the mold works better than dusting with flour. Also, I find it easier to removed the ravioli from the mold if you donot completely cut through the dough. Taking the raviolis out attached, then separating them works great. It you completely cut through the dough while the Raviolis are still in the mold, you have to use a tooth pick to separate each ravioli edges from the mold. Once you find what works best for you,it is easy to use.Date published: 2015-03-17Rated 5 out of 5 by Mak123 from Makes Ravioli making easy as pie I was a bit skeptical at first if this would work as advertised. However, I was quite impressed with it. It made wonderful raviolis. I did have to remember to flour the mold so that the dough would not stick to it, but after i remembered to do that, the raviolis would pop out when i overturned the mold. Couldn't be happier. I recommend this highly. Have fun with it.Date published: 2014-11-12Rated 3 out of 5 by shaynation from Not The Most Practical I had high hopes for this, it works, but as well as I hoped. Pros: easy(ish) to use easy to clean good seals nice professional finish Cons: Difficult to remove from press (even with flour or oil on the pan) One size fits all.. not the best for a meaty filling Very time consuming for just a few ravioli You must roll out perfect proportions (vs free handing it and not needing to worry about getting every square covered)Date published: 2014-08-15Rated 5 out of 5 by kahuna99 from Raviola Maker We have the original with the dimpler, Found spraying the mold with non stick spray allows for easy removal. Better than flour. Being from St. Louis and making toasted ravioli at least 1 a month makes this super easy. Overfilling will make it more difficult to extract. We use a full size roller as ours didn't come with one but no problem. Our problem came when we put it in dishwasher. Coating came off, hence, the spray. Instructions did not mention not for dishwasher. LOVE THIS THING.Date published: 2014-01-23Rated 3 out of 5 by karenede from Really wanted this to work I'm making ravioli for 26 people for Thanksgiving. So I really wanted this to work so I wouldn't have to stamp them out individually. But, after many attempts, flouring the heck out of the tray, it took way to much time to dislodge them from the tray without ripping the raviolis. We did get it to work once or twice and they looked beautiful when they did which is why I'm giving it 3 stars. I suppose if I was making a smaller batch I might have had more patience but as it was it wasn't worth the effort.Date published: 2013-11-26Rated 4 out of 5 by Harri from Success 1st Time This was the first time to use the ravioli maker - not too difficult, but you must flour the mold sufficiently before using. Also - I agree, a "dimpler" would help a lot - or at least trim finger nails before using your thumb!!Date published: 2013-08-05Rated 5 out of 5 by sassyboo09 from As expected! I bought this for my daughter, as a Christmas present this year! And by 12/27 I received homemade cheese ravioli, and crab meat raviloi! They were delicious, and "SHE" was "THRILLED" to have recieved this!Date published: 2012-12-31Rated 5 out of 5 by RJLark from Easy and Accurate We registered for this as a wedding gift to go with our pasta maker and the ravioli mold was a winner! We are novice pasta makers and the first time we used it, we made delicious sausage and cheese ravioli. We used flour in the pan before the first layer of dough and pressed the dough into the rounded mold with our thumbs. Rolled with given rolling pin and had success the first time. We found it easier to flip the pan over on the counter and then pull off the excess dough edges. Easy to clean, would definitely recommend!Date published: 2012-09-03