Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by juwel201 HOLY RAVIOLI
WOW Anyone who like fresh pasta and ravioli should purchase This.At first I thought wow this is expensive but it is worth every single penny. Trust me I would recommend this To anyone especially if you have arthritis or problems with your hands this in combination with the roller will make your life so much easier. I would give this 10 stars if I could.
Rated 5 out of 5 by FinejewelryCKR DELICIOUS HOME MADE RAVIOLI!
I Got this fabulous attachment--to add to my pasta making collection!
It is fabulous to make one's own ravioli!
I am with the reviewer "roxyland," In the demo video, the demonstrator has the attachments placed in the wrong way.
I was invited to a live-cooking class demonstrating how to use all the different Kitchen Aid attachments on my PRO Mixer in a swanky "kitchen store."
At the end, I was allowed to "play" with the attachments.
That is why I did not have any problems using all my attachments, specially the ravioli maker, which is the most complex one.
Nonetheless, it is, still, VERY easy to use once you know what goes where! LOL.
Hence, if you follow the instructions from the manual; you will get great results!
I called Kitchen Aid Customer Service to inform them that the demo on how to use this attachment has caused a lot of confusion and frustration; they made a note in their system and promised me that they will correct the problem.
I recommend this product to all the people out there who LOVES to cook as much as I do!
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mackusmc Overpriced
Kitchenaid quality never fails. I love the attachments just feel it's overpriced for its use. I also would appreciate it if kitchen aid came out with the lift mixers on the lower powered machine instead of the tilt which make it very inconvenient on the counter with cabinets overhead.
Rated 1 out of 5 by CALyn Slow and More work than 2 sheets of dough
I was so excited to buy this attachment to make ravioli. I have the pasta extruder and the pasta cutter set (3 pieces that includes the flat sheet roller) which are both great attachments. This ravioli attachment produces very small ravioli and is very slow going with very little result. If you try to go too fast then you miss out on putting the filling in. Also, it is not easy to clean. Pasta will dry and is easy to clean off of the other rollers (you can't wash them in water). This one is the same, you can't wash it in water, but the filling gets everywhere. Too much trouble and mess to clean. It's much easier to just make the ravioli from the sheets of pasta and use a pasta cutter/mold (or even a fork) with much less mess and much larger quanity.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Doxylayne Lova Homemade Pasta
I was successful on my first try. I made butternut squash ravioli with browned butter sage sauce. They were delicious. Next time I am going to fill them with crab and cheese. The kitchenaid lady in the video is doing it wrong. You put the hopper in after putting in your pasta. She put the pasta in the hopper.