Catching up on some old posts . . .
After I got my new replacement KitchenAid (yeah, some gears broke, but it was still under warranty so they just sent me a new one–KitchenAid is awesome like that), I decided to make some ravioli for dinner. The actual making of it doesn’t take that long, but there wasn’t anything to really put in it . . . except hot dogs. So here’s how it went:
First we put the eggs and flour in the blender–that’s all there is in the dough. Pretty easy.
Once we make the dough, we knead it for a couple minutes and then let it sit for at least 15 minutes. You can see it sitting on some of the other pasta attachments.
The amazing pasta roller.
Here are the hot dogs. I cut them first to make them easier to handle in the food processor.
Ground hot dogs . . . I added some spices and a bit of soy cheese to give it a little something. It only helped a bit . . .
At this point the dough has rested and we can roll it out. Here you can see the rolled out dough.
We put the rolled dough in the ravioli attachement, half to each side. Then we put the hopper in which is where we put the filling.
And here’s some finished ravioli. We still have to separate it from center parts. You can see a picture at the top of this post of the separated raviolis. So cute
And now we cook them.
Ready to eat! Admittedly, they were a bit salty as hot dogs tend to be. But as my first solo attempt to make ravioli it went pretty well. Now I just need to try it with some other fillings.
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