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Fresh Ravioli Sheets?

jamiemica Jun 7, 2010 03:24 PM

Where can I buy fresh ravioli sheets in LA? I don't feel like rolling out my own dough have some amazing lobster ready to be stuffed! Whole Foods and Cube only has fresh lasagna sheets which are too thick. Thanks!

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    ChefARA Jun 7, 2010 04:01 PM

    I'm not in LA adn don't have an answer for you, but perhaps my question might open a possibility for you...Is it possible to roll out commercially made pasta sheets to be thinner using a hand crank machine? Or, are they too "set", having been manufactured much earlier? Thanks and hope an answer comes soon to help both of us!

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      sparkareno Jun 7, 2010 04:44 PM

      I made ravioli using the WF lasagna sheets & they were a disaster. I'm not sure if you could roll them thinner without tearing as they are not very supple. I have had luck with wonton wrappers or egg roll skins when making ravioli.

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      1. re: sparkareno
        Obessed Jun 7, 2010 09:11 PM

        I used the WF lasagna sheets and they worked out fine. A little hard to work with but not a disaster (see attached). You could maybe try Surfas?

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        neobite Jun 7, 2010 09:18 PM

        Cube Marketplace on La Brea carries fresh lasagna sheets that look viable.

        You can take a look at them via their shop/restaurant web site (they do online orders, too).

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          bad nono Jun 7, 2010 10:16 PM

          I'm just throwing suggestions, but for this type of thing maybe you could give a call to Guidi Marcello or Claro's?

          Guidi Marcello
          1649 10th St, Santa Monica, CA

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