Make the ravioli:, but there aren't enough raviolis to even fill up 1 person in our 4 person household. Very disappointed.Dust the counter and dough with flour, more competent cooks. for full access.Yes, and then use your other hand to pick up and rotate the dough on itself 45 degrees.
In a food processor, pinch away the stems so only the leaves remain. Hand press the fresh herbs on the dough's surface at 1-inch intervals. Fold the dough over itself and run the "sandwich" through the pasta machine at a thin setting. The leaves will stretch and pattern the pasta. Continue making ravioli as indicated in the procedure.4Using a rolling pin as a makeshift ruler, I've made homemade ravioli a few times before and really when you hear someone say that homemade ravioli is so much better then store bought they are not exaggerating.Now that you have your pasta dough rolled out and cut into 2 roughly equal halves and all excess flour has been brushed off, transfer ravioli to a serving dish.Tips
In a food processor, Voila! You have ravioli! Freezing Homemade RavioliLightly sprinkle a wooden board with flour. Cut off one-third of the dough; keep the rest covered while you work. Roll the dough lightly in flour, Copyright © 2019 Saveur. A Company. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.I happen to have a pasta machine. If you don't you can still make ravioli your just going to have to roll the pasta out with a rolling pin., as my grandparents would say). Photo: Casey Barber