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Fox Run 57670 Ravioli Cutter Stamps, Round & Square, Set of 2
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- Round: 2.5 x 4.5 inch, Square: 2.75 x 4.5 inch
- Lightweight, yet sturdy aluminum frame with wood handles
- Includes 1 round & 1 square, easily cut perfect sized pasta pockets
- Wooden handle provides comfortable and secure grip
- Great for cutting and sealing homemade meat, cheese or spinach filled raviolis
- 2.5 inch round and square stampers
- Lightweight, yet sturdy metal frame
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Want to speed up the ravioli making process? Fox Run's Ravioli Stamps help to make perfect sized raviolis quickly. Load them up with your favorite fillings: ricotta cheese, spinach, lobster, crab, sausage, mushroom, and more! This set of 2 includes a round and square cutter, each approx. 2.5", made of sturdy and long-lasting aluminum with a comfortable and attractive wood handle. The metal cutting frame will cut and seal every ravioli for you! No more struggling to pinch and seal your raviolis by hand. Simple to use and simple to clean, the stamps can also be used as cookie cutters or to make filled pastries. Hand wash and dry completely. Dried, store-bought raviolis will not compare. Create delicious homemade raviolis easily with this helpful gadget!
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Though the ravioli wheel works well, I often ended up with not so perfectly sealed ravioli that bursts in my simmering salted water - not cool! So I finally decided that I could give a stamp a try.
This set worked great! the stamps are lightweight and the crimping edge is wider than my ravioli wheel so I get more grip and better seal. I made 5 dozen ravioli and not a single one burst! that was a first! I was so excited to see how simple it was to use the stamps and how pretty they looked.
For smaller size ravioli I made mezza luna shape - a good size for the kiddos. So far they work well, I only wash them by hand.
I make pot stickers several times a month at home and kids love them. My daughter (she was 8 when I shot the video) wanted me to teach her how to make pot stickers. I tried, really hard but seems it was too hard for a 8 year old girl. So I bought this Ravioli press. It was easy--the video was her 2nd try. No trouble at all.
4 star because it won't cut and seal. It cuts but doesn't seal well. It doesn't matter for us because we were making pot stickers. My daughter manually seal the edge while re-shape a little so it look like a pot sticker. But if you are making Raviolis, this might be a problem.
Another thing, it's hand wash only. do not put in dish wash. It doesn't matter. I just use brush to brush off the flour and store it.
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If you're using a pasta machine for the dough rolling I would make sure it is not too sticky of a dough. The handle has a nice feel due to the wood. Hand wash it to keep the handle tight.
The mistake that happened with my ravioli was that some of the ones I made without brushing a line of egg or water before sealing the top layer came apart in the water. Also if you're rolling it out with the ATLAS MARCATO machine I would not take it to the thinnest-which is #9.