|Ceresota flour, eggs, a tiny bit of salt, olive oil and a little bit of water creates the perfect dough for me, I didn’t have one problem with it all day!|
|We were in the zone, drinking coffee, listening to Christmas music, each one of us doing our specific jobs.|
|Squirting the cheese mixture into the the ravioli forms is super speedy with a pastry bag!|
|We were cranking them out left and right!|
|Aren’t they cute?|
|Because they will be cooked this weekend I froze all of them, which is very easy to do.|
|I lay them single layer on a baking sheet, stick the whole tray in the freezer, the meat ones take about a half hour to freeze and the cheese about 1 hour.
When frozen I take them off the tray and place them into zip lock freezer bags.
|We ended up with 400! It took us only 4 hours, so that’s about 100 an hour, not too bad, although it took me 2 hours to clean my kitchen, flour was everywhere, but it was worth it because there’s nothing like homemade rav’s!|
|We had to taste test them to make sure everything was just right, so I heated up some marinara and boiled up a few, even in their frozen state they only take about 6 minutes to cook.|
|Soft pillows of tender eggy dough filled with the flavors of my youth!|
|Worth all the effort to make!|