Spicy Sausage Ravioli, Chicken Spinach Ravioli; making pasta — 15 Comments

  1. Those are some beautiful ravioli! I could go for a big dish of them right now. Thanks for sending this over to Presto Pasta Nights.

  2. Katie,
    Happy first day of Spring!
    You shame me. I’ve had an Atlas machine, and every attachment ever made, sitting in the basement for over 20 years. Not once have I taken it out.
    Yet you make it look so easy.
    OK, OK. I’ll get it out and make something.
    Thanks for the prod. 🙂

  3. Lovely pasta dishes! I made homemade Gluten Free pasta once, by hand – it was a workout! Although, your ravioli has me thinking maybe, just maybe.

  4. Now this makes me really want to dig out my pasta making attachments for my KitchenAid… or at least visit my daughter who has a pasta maker like yours and have some fun. I love your ravioli recipe. Thanks so much for sharing with Presto Pasta Nights. I’ve missed you.

  5. My ex husband always made home made pasta at the weekends, That will probably remain as their biggest child hood memory and pass that skill onto their children. Needless to say I did not get the pasta maker when we divied up the goods and chattels !!!!

  6. Occasionally I long for a pasta machine so I can make my own delicious pasta especially when I see photos like this!!

  7. Clair, your welcome – can’t wait to see the whole round-up!
    Simona, I need to remind myself to make it more often!
    brassfrog – get it out and get busy!
    Ina, could upper body work out!
    Pam, you know – I think I have one of those… I always just get out this old thing.
    Ruth, this little machine is just so reliable – nothing to break….
    Homemade sausage blog – thanks… the hubs want’s to try his hand at sausage making…..
    manningroad, yeah, well – I know how that goes…..
    Val, this kind is cheap and runs on human power – never breaks…. Check out the garage / yard / attic sales…

  8. Your ravioli looks lovely, and you make it seem so simple. I have an incredibly complicated pasta machine which I have used exactly once. I

  9. We use a well-traveled pasta queen too! This looks very tasty. I can’t wait to try it!

  10. Belinda, do get one – they’re so easy to use.
    Elle, it is simple – with a simple machine LOL
    Kim, they’re indestructable!
    Food Hunter, it’s really easy – and tastes wonderful – not like the commercial stuff!