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Ravioli Rolling Pin

By: on December 10, 2013
$17.95
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And maybe when I'm not making ravioli I can use this rolling pin on the knots in my back and my tightly wound IT band. The beechwood ravioli rolling pin delivers a strong sense of self-satisfaction to its rollers as it allows them to nearly effortlessly divide prepared sheets of dough into 1" homemade raviolis.

To use, first learn how to make ravioli dough and ravioli filling. Then lay out a thin bottom pasta layer and lightly run the rolling pin over it to mark your squares. Dollop the filling inside each square, cover with the top layer of pasta dough, roll again, and badabing! Just like Grandma and Giada De Laurentiis used to make before the first died and the second dissed the Food Network to work for the Today show.

Ravioli rolling pins measure 24" long and 2-1/4" in diameter. They cut dough into 1-1/4" squares that produce 1" raviolis.

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