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Does ravioli pasta dough have to be different than the standard
recipe? I've recently bought an Imperia pasta machine and have made
delicious fettucinne using just 00 flour, eggs and a dash of olive-
oil. Perfection, with no water at all in the recipe.
Now I've bought on Ebay a Raviolamp Ravioli Classici Italian pasta
mould, and on the box it gives a totally different recipe -- for 6
people, use 3 eggs, 4 cups sifted flowers (sic), a quarter cup of
water and 2 tablespoons olive oil.
Does this recipe cater to the longer cooking time needed? The
instructions suggest 8 to 10 minutes in boiling water compared to the
three minutes I give my fettuccine. I'd like to benefit from your
experience before I try!


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Anthony, where are you getting the 00 flour? I have been looking for
some, but honestly don't know where to start.

Doreen
in Northern Minnesota

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Does ravioli pasta dough have to be different than the standard
recipe? I've recently bought an Imperia pasta machine and have made
delicious fettucinne using just 00 flour, eggs and a dash of olive-
oil. Perfection, with no water at all in the recipe.

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In our pasta maker we've used the same recipe for spaghetti, lasagne,
ravioli and all the others. Depending on how you found the first batch you
may or may not want to try another one. Our recipe calls for a certain
number of eggs per weight of flour (I can't remember the ratio) and for this
to be topped up with water to reach a certain liquid volume. The amount of
water depends on the weight of the eggs. It's given consistently good
pasta.

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Does ravioli pasta dough have to be different than the standard
recipe? I've recently bought an Imperia pasta machine and have made
delicious fettucinne using just 00 flour, eggs and a dash of olive-
oil. Perfection, with no water at all in the recipe.
Now I've bought on Ebay a Raviolamp Ravioli Classici Italian pasta
mould, and on the box it gives a totally different recipe -- for 6
people, use 3 eggs, 4 cups sifted flowers (sic), a quarter cup of
water and 2 tablespoons olive oil.
Does this recipe cater to the longer cooking time needed? The
instructions suggest 8 to 10 minutes in boiling water compared to the
three minutes I give my fettuccine. I'd like to benefit from your
experience before I try!



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Thanks Viviane -- sounds as if I should give the recipe with some
water a try.
And sorry D and D -- my finding OO flour won't help you -- it was in
the racks of my local supermarket -- but I live in the Blue Mountains
of New South Wales, Australia!
Cheers

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Anthony, where are you getting the 00 flour? I have been looking for
some, but honestly don't know where to start.

Doreen
in Northern Minnesota


In Calgary, it is widely available in Italian delicatessens/groceries. I
would imagine that any major city near you would have one.
HTH
Graham




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Anthony, where are you getting the 00 flour? I have been looking for
some, but honestly don't know where to start.


http://www.kingarthurflour.com They have a clone of 00.
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"anthony" wrote in message
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Does ravioli pasta dough have to be different than the standard
recipe? I've recently bought an Imperia pasta machine and have made
delicious fettucinne using just 00 flour, eggs and a dash of olive-
oil. Perfection, with no water at all in the recipe.
Now I've bought on Ebay a Raviolamp Ravioli Classici Italian pasta
mould, and on the box it gives a totally different recipe -- for 6
people, use 3 eggs, 4 cups sifted flowers (sic), a quarter cup of
water and 2 tablespoons olive oil.
Does this recipe cater to the longer cooking time needed? The
instructions suggest 8 to 10 minutes in boiling water compared to the
three minutes I give my fettuccine. I'd like to benefit from your
experience before I try!



The longer cooking time may have more to do with the filling than the pasta.
I use the same recipe for my ravioli as my ordinary pasta and it is fine.

I use 4 eggs for 1lb flour. Depending on the weather, I might put in a
tablespoon of Olive Oil or another egg if the eggs I have are a bit small.

Just a thought.





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