miso squash ravioli in a mushroom broth + kitchenaid® artisan® mini mixer giveaway

Miso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.comMaking pasta from scratch is easier than it sounds – and once you really get the feel of the dough, the possibilities are endless!!! To create long, thin sheets to make ravioli, I used the pasta attachment to my KitchenAid® Artisan® Mini Stand Mixer and it worked like a dream, and guess what? As part of my holiday giveaway series this month, I’m giving away this set so that you can make pasta at home- a KitchenAid® Artisan® Mini Stand Mixer  and 3 piece pasta cutter and roller attachment!!!! Scroll down for details.

Miso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.com

Miso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.com

Miso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.com

Miso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.com

Miso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.comI’ve made pasta from scratch a few times – but always with a friend who had more experience in these matters. I felt irrationally worried about getting the consistency right, or rolling the dough out and shaping it in all these complex shapes. Once I got into it, though, I realized…. it’s not that different from making noodles from scratch!!! After that, rolling discs of dough through the automated pasta attachment was just easy. So easy. Have you tried it? I have a countertop mechanical pasta roller I used with my friends before, but it gets complicated because you have to make sure it’s firmly attached to the surface, and then manipulating the machine and the dough with just your two hands can get complicated. The pasta attachment is fun. Literally, the dough is fed into the machine and the width is adjusted progressively thinner, until you get your thickness. I put the pasta attachment in my kitchen drawer, because I know I’m going to use it again soon (tagliatelle!!!)

This ravioli is a rustic, comforting dish. Instead of a cream sauce or pesto or anything more conventional, I brewed a rich mushroom broth, full of umami flavors, something I’d drink alone. The ravioli is stuffed and already flavorful from the miso squash mix, and when it sits inside warm, rich broth? It’s the pasta dish I want all winter. Not too heavy or creamy, but comforting nevertheless.

Miso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.com

I’d been using squash in pasta already, but there was one that I wanted to try, and in order to do so I definitely had to make pasta – squash stuffed ravioli. I’ve had this comforting recipe in swirling in my head for awhile, a rustic, warm, full of umami dish that is perfect for a cold snowy day. Squash is pureed with a touch of miso and ricotta, stuffed in egg pasta dough, and then plated with herbs. The finishing touch is hot, steamy umami-packed mushroom broth, delicious enough to drink on its own, poured over the ravioli so that they are swimming in a light sea of mushroom broth. It’s not fancy. It’s not gourmet, but it’s delicious and full of complex flavors.

Everything can be prepared beforehand, so it’s a great option for parties! To see the full recipe, head on over to The Kitchenthusiast!!! 

Miso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.com

Miso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.com

Miso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.comMiso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.comMiso Squash Ravioli in Mushroom Broth and a KitchenAid Giveaway | bettysliu.com

This post and giveaway are sponsored by KitchenAid!! A huge thanks for supporting the companies that support this blog. As always, all opinions are solely my own.


GIVEAWAY: KitchenAid® Artisan® Mini Stand Mixer with Pasta attachment

UPDATE: Giveaway has ended! Thank you to those who entered – I truly enjoyed reading all of your comments (and got very hungry doing so!). Congrats to Elizabeth! Enjoy!

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  • I’d like to try making wontons!ReplyCancel

  • Barclay

    I would love to try your seaweed pasta with shiitake!ReplyCancel

  • Ravioli for sure!! Beautiful photos Betty!ReplyCancel

  • Jackie S.

    I would make ravioli for the first time!ReplyCancel

  • I would love to make tortellini and gyozas.ReplyCancel

  • Steven

    This recipe just made my Christmas list. Italian family meeting family from Macau. Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • i love how flavorful these sound, with the parm and miso and mushrooms! warm, soupy, carby things sound perfect right about now, but i also like that this sounds more on the side of brothy rather than rich (:ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth

    I would make fettuccine and then make cacio e pepe with it🙌🏼ReplyCancel

  • Leslie

    a simple pappardelle…butter, parsley, pepper and I’m a v happy person!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley B.

    I would make squid ink pasta!ReplyCancel

  • Lucy

    I would try ravioli and classic fettucine!!ReplyCancel

  • I love to make pasta and I have a lots of porcini to cook :)
    thank you betty probably Italy is not included in your giveaway but I wanted to try !ReplyCancel

  • These photos are absolutely gorgeous and what an adorable stand mixer! I’d probably make a straightforward tagliatelle to go with my bologenese sauce!ReplyCancel

  • Catherine

    Ravioli! I’d like to try and make this dish, but I’m also weak to pesto so I’d probably end up making both!ReplyCancel

  • Liora Mael

    I would love to try and make these ravioliReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Silvers

    I would make ravioli! Butternut squash for the winter! :)ReplyCancel

  • Noelle

    Pappardelle is my jam, I would use the Kitchen Aid for that!ReplyCancel

  • Vera Rios

    Omg! I would make a combination of recipes. Your squash tagliatelle with my mom’s caramelized onions and pecans blue cheese sauce. It’s would be spectacular to share this dish with my family during winter break!ReplyCancel

  • I would love to make tortellini!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel

    I’ve always wanted to make homemade pasta! <3ReplyCancel

  • Bess

    Your ravioli is inspiring! I’d try it.ReplyCancel

  • Nicole Massey

    I love your pictures. I’m excited to start following the blog.ReplyCancel

  • Ej

    I would make lasagna with a classic meat sauce base!ReplyCancel

  • Christine D

    I’ve always wanted to make squid ink pasta !ReplyCancel

  • Courtney D

    This mixer is on my wishlist! And my first homemade pasta dish would definitely be a roasted beet + goat cheese ravioli with fresh thyme… mmm.ReplyCancel

  • Sheri

    I’d make ravioli like my grandma used to!ReplyCancel

  • Jacqueline Lalthlengliani

    Since winter is here i’d love to make a hot soupy pasta with chicken adding a twist to the old traditionReplyCancel

  • Lauren Bishop

    I’d love to make tortellini! :) Your photos are always stunning.ReplyCancel

  • I’d be totally happy if I could get good at making the most basic pasta noodles. And then I’d eat them with my favorite Malaysian ‘pan mee’ toppings of minced meat, mushroom, and crispy anchovies. I often dream about it! 😀ReplyCancel

  • Rachel

    Vegan raviolis! Yum!ReplyCancel

  • Sydney Rappis

    I would love to make fettuccine with home made pesto sauce!!ReplyCancel

  • I love making pasta too – even if I always make it eggless – but at home in Italy I had a big wood board to work on, and I miss it so so much. The pasta attachment could really help 😛ReplyCancel

  • I could finally make proper ravioli.ReplyCancel

  • Kat

    I would love to make chestnut pasta! That mixer is so cute!ReplyCancel

  • I’d definitely want to make ravioli with this :)ReplyCancel

  • I’d make ravioli…then bread them and deep fry them. Because St. Louis.ReplyCancel

  • Kaitlin

    I think that I would try to make an old Italian secret recipe for mince ravioli! 💕ReplyCancel

  • audrey P

    My two year old daughter and I have just recently made our first pasta together. She helped me roll out the dough, but I found it so hard to use our handheld pasta maker that the results were not so pretty and was a lot of work. This kitchenaid/attachment looks like it would make it a lot easier and a lot more fun! We’d try to make her favorite again, fettuccine with pesto, but these ravioli look amaaaazingReplyCancel

  • Bianca

    I would make squid ink tortellini!ReplyCancel

  • I’ve been dying to learn to make pasta for ages now so I’d probably start with something basic – but flavor wise I love lemon and black pepper pasta.ReplyCancel

  • I’d make a mascarpone, cardamom, orange blossom and pistachio ravioli!ReplyCancel

  • This recipe for ravioli looks a-mazing! I’d make ravioli in a fast minute. First up a classic pumpkin with sage butter (your dough looks so tender and translucent!)… And, your photography work highlights the beauty of the food, it’s stunning!ReplyCancel

  • Nikole Boyda McGuinness

    Well, I would try your recipe here, of course! It sounds and looks heavenly! ✨ReplyCancel

  • julie soltz

    Cheese!ReplyCancel

  • Julia

    Wow! I’ve always wanted to make beet pasta ravioli because it’s so pretty,at every just filled with ricotta. Yours is so beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    I would try to make fettuccine. It was the first pasta I tried so it would be nice to and make it myself.ReplyCancel

  • DJ

    Beautiful photos. I’d love to make tortellini! I’m thinking an autumn dish with brown butter, sage and squash. Thank you for the chance to enter!ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn

    I’ve always wanted to make my own pasta! I’d probably make Ravioli first, then maybe some fettuccine with pumpkin cream sauce and fried sage. One of my favorites and would probably be much better with homemade pasta.ReplyCancel

  • Justine

    I’d love to try making spinach pasta and squid ink pasta!ReplyCancel

  • I’ve always wanted to make pasta, but always been too chicken!! I finally overcame my fear of making bread, so I think it’s time to try pasta 🙈 I’d try out this recipe, because it looks amazing!ReplyCancel

  • I would make butternut sage pasta!ReplyCancel

  • Stella kim

    Thank you so much for this wonderful giveaway!
    My mom would love this recipe, totally going to share this with her!ReplyCancel

  • John Paul G

    How about a savory mushroom filled pasta with a Parmesan broth?! Yum.ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    I LOVE fresh pappardelle so that’s the first thing I’d make.ReplyCancel

  • I’d definitely start with some real ravioli! I’ve never been able to get the dough thin enough by hand.ReplyCancel

  • I would really love this artisan mixer as I just moved to a new place with less counter space than I had before. This would really help me a lot. The pasta I would make would be stuffed ravioli.ReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    YUM! I love a wide noodle with a hearty sauce this time or year, so I would go pappardelle!ReplyCancel

  • Ravioli for sure, I love it and never get to eat it enough! I’m so excited for this!ReplyCancel

  • Veronica E

    All the pastas! I have a countertop pasta maker and it’s just like you said a bit odd and more than two hands are needed. Maybe i’ll try ravioli first.ReplyCancel

  • Butternut squash and ricotta ravioli!ReplyCancel

  • Rust

    I would make ravioli!ReplyCancel

  • Angelina

    I would love to try out this ravioli! We typically only ever make noodles from homemade pasta because we can’t get it flat enough on our own to try anything else. This tool would change that for sure!ReplyCancel

  • bthomas

    pear and cheese filled ravioli with a simple cream sauce is to die for! That’d definitely be what I’d try first.ReplyCancel

  • Looks so delightful and the photos so amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Lindsey

    Sweet corn agnolotti all the way! And miles and miles of fresh fettucini. Mm!ReplyCancel

  • Kathee

    Would love to try making this recipe :)ReplyCancel

  • Kristen D

    Ravioli would be my first!ReplyCancel

  • Camille

    Hi, thanks for the giveaway I would love love love to try one of the recipe from this blog with this mixer, starting with egg yolk ravioli !ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    I’d make butternut squash pasta!ReplyCancel

  • Zihan

    I would make my grandma’s receive of homemade pasta topped with my mom’s shiitake/pork/bok choy recipeReplyCancel

  • Jaynelle

    Thank you for doing this giveaway! I would love to make sheet pastaReplyCancel

  • I would absolutely make lasagna. This time of year, it would ABSOLUTELY be some form of pumpkin pasta too <3ReplyCancel

  • Jocelyn U

    The photographs are absolutely stunning Betty! Can’t wait to try this one out. My most recent success was your green onion challah x Molly Yeh. Beautiful to see these fusion creationsReplyCancel

  • Brigit Juarez

    I would love to make ravioli with spinach along with other delicious ingredients!ReplyCancel

  • Kaman

    I love fresh pasta!! It’s the bestReplyCancel

  • Definitely some vegan ravioli dough!ReplyCancel

  • Id like to try my hand at black bean and brown rice pasta (gluten free) I cook for very persnickety children (and a man child 😉 having the option to make whole food dishes with such ease is a mother’s dream come true ✨ReplyCancel

  • Monica Fugitt

    I would love to make try making raviolis!ReplyCancel

  • Julia

    I would definitely make ravioli with spinach and ricotta with it! Lovely :)ReplyCancel

  • cyndi br

    I would make lasagna noodles for a spinach lasagnaReplyCancel

  • Elisa Dilva

    Since I am in culinary school , I would keep practicing how to make ravioli, lasagna, fettuccine, etc! This is amazing, you inspire me love everything you put out for us! 😉ReplyCancel

  • Jessica B

    I’d make carbonara, pumpkin sage ravioli, linguini, lasasagna, all of it! My partner is Italian and we love to make pasta together- I’ve dreamed of owning a kitchenaid with pasta attachment for just this reason!!!ReplyCancel

  • Erin Persson

    I definitely want to make pumpkin sage ravioli with vegan ricotta!ReplyCancel

  • Josh F

    Ravioli! 😊ReplyCancel

  • Nick Stanzione

    Beautiful blog! Can’t wait to try these ravioli out! I’ve been into homemade pasta recently but excited to try and tackle filled pastas next!ReplyCancel

  • Linda

    Our new favorite recipe is for Lamb Ravioli with Rosemary Cream sauce! We swooned over it and will make more and freeze some to have on hand!ReplyCancel

  • Mari J

    I would make lasagna and wontonsReplyCancel

  • Juliette

    Vegan lasagna for sure! layered with cashew ricotta cheese, eggplant, tomato pure, mushrooms and topped with fresh basil from my mothers garden, yummy yummy in my veggie loving tummy. Can’t wait!!!ReplyCancel

  • Naty

    I love butternut squash so I would make ravioli with it!ReplyCancel

  • jen

    I’d make a pear gorgonzola ravioli to try to reinvent the best ravioli I’ve ever had in Italy 5 years ago!ReplyCancel

  • KYLA

    Would make a ricotta, basil and balsamic roasted tomato ravioli :)ReplyCancel

  • Janet Brown

    I’d totally make ravioli. We used to get together with friends and make huge batches of ravs. We’d talk, drink, and crank out pasta, then later eat to contentment. We need to continue the tradition!ReplyCancel

  • Pappardelle with with Gouda white cream sauce. Then on the side some banh Bao – Vietnamese version ofReplyCancel

  • Liana Prishchenko

    I would make ravioli and wontons!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Monica

    Definitely Rosemary ravioli!!ReplyCancel

  • Heidy Tran

    I’ve always wanted to make ravioli on my own. Squash ravioli sounds like heaven on a summer day to me. :)ReplyCancel

  • Laura

    We’re gonna get our very first family cow this Spring and I would love to turn some of it’s milk into ricotta and make ravioli out of it! With some fresh spinach and a sage butter.. Yum!ReplyCancel

  • Sumera

    Ravioli and tortellini! I’m just starting out :)ReplyCancel

  • Sumera

    Anything and everything! I’d love to try making ravioli but I’m just a beginner so we’ll seeReplyCancel

  • HS

    I would make Ravioli.ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Ponce

    I would make lasagna 😆ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Ponce

    I would make lasagna, my twins’ favorite!!ReplyCancel

  • Your work is so stunning Betty Liu. I would love to try and make tortelloni en brodo since I have never made that! Also spinach lasagna with a béchamel sauce with beef bolognese would be super fun to try.ReplyCancel

  • Kaitlin

    Butternut squash lasagne!ReplyCancel

  • Annette

    My favorite type of pasta is linguine so probably variations of that. Perhaps filled with fresh herbs?ReplyCancel

  • Annette

    Fresh herbs linguine!ReplyCancel

  • Exquisite styling and too excited to try out your recipes! Hope I win this giveaway so I can create your masterpiece! Keep up the fantastic work and never stop shining :)ReplyCancel

  • Holly

    I’m totally sold on your ravioli, your photos are making me so hungry!ReplyCancel

  • alicia

    I would make fettuccine Alfredo!! Home made noodles are the absolute best thing!!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica

    I want to make alllllll the pastas!! But particularly this one! Sounds delish!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica

    I want to make allll the pastas!?, but particularly this one!! Sounds delish! :)ReplyCancel

  • Katie C

    Lasagne with beef bologneseReplyCancel

  • Samantha

    Gorgeous photos, how could I not want to make this now. I’ve tried making fettuccine with an old manual pasta maker a while ago and it was fun. Nothing beats fresh pasta. I’d love to make ravioli with fresh sage from the garden.ReplyCancel

  • Leslie Kobrin

    I would definitely make the ravioli in this post! Looks amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Leslie

    Definitely the ravioli in this post!ReplyCancel

  • vivian

    Truffle pasta!!ReplyCancel

  • Vero M

    Your dish looks fabuloso! I’s make lasagna noodles.ReplyCancel

  • Kat

    I would a saffron fettuccine bolognese!!ReplyCancel

  • Julie F.

    I’ve never actually thought about making pasta before, but the recipe this contest is tied to looks like something I would like to try.. So.. the pasta you’ve made here looks like a good first try. 😀ReplyCancel

  • I have SO many pastas that I’ve been wanting to attempt to make! Ravioli! Fettuccini! Lasagna! Ramen? Why not? There’s nothing like fresh pasta. My maiden name is Acosta and my family loves pasta. In HS, my nickname was “Acosta Pasta,” and they would sing “Acosta Pasta, Acosta Pasta, throw your meatballs at me!” Softball team. Haha.ReplyCancel

  • I would make Mexican fusion ravioli stuffed with chipotle huitlacocheReplyCancel

  • Amylynn

    Ravioli!ReplyCancel

  • Vicky

    Definitely the ravioli! Lobster rav is my hankeringReplyCancel

  • Erin

    Would love to make fresh linguine to go with my homegrown/homemade tomato sauce!ReplyCancel

  • Sherry

    I would love to make tagliatelle and some ravioli!ReplyCancel

  • Will

    I would make ravioli.ReplyCancel

  • Charlene

    I love any pasta!! But I think I’d try my hand at ravioli.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Essad

    I’d love to make Campanelle pastaReplyCancel

  • I do a lasagne stuffed pumpkin every fall, but I usually buy the pasta. Also: homemade ramen noodles!ReplyCancel

  • I’ve been dying to make ravioli with the chanterelle mushrooms I recently foraged! Beautiful post!ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful!!! I would love make spinach and mushroom ravioli with some kind of herbs since i love herbs :)ReplyCancel

  • Julia

    I’d love to make lasagna noodles!ReplyCancel

  • Charlie

    I would love to try to make uova de raviolo with this !ReplyCancel

  • Ravioli alllllll the way!!!ReplyCancel

  • Hannah

    Raviolis.. I’m thinking butternut squash with toasted walnuts and a fresh arugula salad with goat cheese and pear on the side. Thank you for the chance to enter.ReplyCancel

  • My fave is Bucatini but probably too hard to make at first, so I would start simple with either lasagna sheets or pappardelle. I would love to make it with small batch, locally milled grains from my local farms, either Nash”s or Fairhaven flour.. and of course my neighbor’s duck eggs. I made a ton of roasted tomato sauce over the summer and could add beef or lamb to that. I am making myself hungry. I am so happy you have inspired me to get off my computer and cook myself some dinner. See you later.ReplyCancel

  • I recently made a sweet potato and kale flower tortellini but our dough was too thick so i’d give it another try- the vegan filling was so good!ReplyCancel

  • I would make chicken tikka ravioli with tomato, butter sauce. More resembling butter chickenReplyCancel

  • Andy H

    I would like to make ravioli stuffed with leeks and wild mushrooms.ReplyCancel

  • I have been longing after the pasta attachment for years but never taken the leap. I would start with trying a simple fettuccine because I am a pasta amateur.ReplyCancel

  • Yum! Such stunning photos here. I would love to make ravioli ❤️ReplyCancel

  • Jessie

    I’m putting foie gras into my tortellino… they will line up and plunge into a clear vegetable broth! (Think Olympic sumersault jumps)ReplyCancel

  • Andy H

    I would like to make ravioli with wild mushrooms and leeks.ReplyCancel

  • I want to make ramen noodles with this. <3ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth

    Ravioli!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    My first pasta would be butternut squash ravioli, followed by roasted red pepper fettuccineReplyCancel

  • Butternut squash ravioli will be first ever pasta to make if I win this 😋😋😋ReplyCancel

  • julia

    spaghettoni!ReplyCancel

  • keren

    i would love to make this very ravioli recipe!ReplyCancel

  • I’ve been itching to make a pear and goat cheese ravioli for awhile now – this would make it so much easier!

    p.s. you make the pasta-making process look beautiful and effortless, Betty!ReplyCancel

  • angie

    i’d try my luck at lasagna.

    lasagna was a rarity in my house. growing up on all the essential delicious korean foods whipped up so magically and effortlessly by my mom, italian cuisine was a foreign wonder that sometimes knocked on our fridge door, excused itself as it squeezed between two glass jars of maturing kimchi, kinda like that big lab we wished we had lying across our laps on the couch. it was always stouffers, safe and satisfying each rare time. i never knew which layer i liked the most. i think i’d always deconstruct the layers and reassemble. the top layer of cheese always went first.

    anywho, i’d love to take a stab at it, to relive those memories of figuring out how to use the oven for reasons other than storing our pots and pans. make all the slices of lasagna mom would give to us, saying she wasn’t hungry or wasn’t a big fan, dollop it with all the love she gave us throughout the years.

    yea, definitely lasagna. thanks for such an inspiring post. it was nice to reminisce.ReplyCancel

  • Kelly

    I would love to make Sweet potato- stuffed ravioli!!!ReplyCancel

  • Claire Z

    I would make ravioli!ReplyCancel

  • Adriana

    Id love to make Ravioli with Ricotta and Spinach inside!ReplyCancel

  • Alex Boehmke

    I’m from Boston, where my mother’s parents moved from Italy. My nana makes my favorite ravioli in the world (her spaghetti and lasagna are my fav, too, but I love ravioli SOOO MUCH). She taught me how to make the filling, but her ancient pasta maker broke the week before I was visiting her! She’s gotten it up and running again, and the next time I visit, she’s going to teach me the dough recipe and how to form the ravioli. At home, I make my own breads and pie crusts etc, and my partner and I cook dinner together every night. We always have either spaghetti or rice, and do something creative with the vegetables we get from a farmers’ market once a week. We don’t have a lot of money, so we get the cheapest spaghetti. I keep on thinking, I can’t wait until I can make our own pasta dough.
    If I won your giveaway, the first thing I’d make is my nana’s ravioli!ReplyCancel

  • Butternut squash ravioli! On a bed of garlic cream.ReplyCancel

  • Sasha vives

    I’d love to make some homemade fettuccine on it! Its simple, I know, but still my favoriteReplyCancel

  • Sara K

    Omg this looks so amazing. I would love to make literally anything, but I’m a sucker for rigatoni. I’d probably start with that :)ReplyCancel

  • I’d definitely have to try the ravioli!ReplyCancel

  • Jillian Too

    I would love to make ravioli.ReplyCancel

  • Annette

    I’ve been wanting to make my own ravioli – a spinach and protabello is probably the first pasta I’d make.ReplyCancel

  • I would like to make flat noodle blended with brasied pork mince OR with beef broth.ReplyCancel

  • Nicole

    I’ve never actually made pasta from scratch. I think I’d start with a classic dish like bolognese, perhaps with linguine? :)ReplyCancel

  • Theresa

    The ravioli looks delicious and its my sons favoriteReplyCancel

  • greentopiaries

    I would love, love, love to try a pumpkin fettuccine to pair with sausage and sage. Thank you for the chance!ReplyCancel

  • Germaine

    Homemade pasta is tricky but with cooking the process is fun too! I would make maultasche. It’s German deliciousness.ReplyCancel

  • Mirian

    Your photos are fab. I’d keep it simple with fettuccine noodles.ReplyCancel

  • Janelle

    The first pasta we would make would for sure be ravioli!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Ward

    I would make fettuccine or lasagna with the pasta maker.ReplyCancel

  • Jenny

    Just made rolled pasta for the first time a couple weeks ago and it was so fun! Would love to make some pappardelle if I win. Your miso squash ravioli looks delicious and would love to try that sometime as well! Thanks! :)ReplyCancel

  • mami2jcn

    I’d make ravioli.ReplyCancel

  • julie

    i’d love to make ravioli with this!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel

    I would make fettuccine noodles and pair it with an Alfredo sauce.ReplyCancel

  • Steve

    I would love to make some tortellini with this!ReplyCancel

  • Leo Fretin

    I’d make lasagna with thick, toothsome sheets of pasta. After that… almond nougat.ReplyCancel

  • Ashley

    I would make egg yolk ravioli with brown butter sauce. My husband is the pasta maker in our house, and he does a wonderful version of this yummy dish. I would love to win this Kitchen Aid for him, as he has wanted one for a while. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Sarah S

    I would attempt to make some lasagna!ReplyCancel

  • marie

    I would love to make lasagna!ReplyCancel

  • Gretchen

    I would love to try to make all sorts. Some veggie and squash pastas and raviolis to start!ReplyCancel

  • Justine Hunter

    I would love to try making Orecchiette! I love the way it holds sauce in the nooks and crannies :) Thank you for the chance to win!ReplyCancel

  • Tiffany

    I would love to make some basil linguini, as well as try out this recipe 😉ReplyCancel

  • Ali

    The first thing I would make if I won is Vodka Penne PastaReplyCancel

  • barrie

    I would make a kale-based spaghetti and top it with roasted walnuts, beets, and romano cheese… don’t even have a recipe but I would play around until I got something that tasted good! :)ReplyCancel

  • Heather S

    I would make basil linguine noodles first…yum!ReplyCancel

  • Katherine

    I’d probably start with fettuccine, and work my way up to ravioli! I’ve always wanted to make fresh pasta :)ReplyCancel

  • L

    A basic fettuccine to pair with pesto. I like simple, comforting foods whenever possible, but this sounds delicious for the days when I feel more adventurous.ReplyCancel

  • Vickie

    Beautiful as expected
    Yummy as always.
    I have been a follower for a couple of years.
    I was first drawn to your gorgeous photography of food.
    Then, as a foodie and cookie realized your recipes are delicious too.

    We forage for wild mushrooms.
    I’m thinking of creating stuffed ravioli with wild morals, pine nuts, spinach, feta ravioli..sautéed in a browned butter sauce..a micro green salad and crusty bread.
    A glass of Chablis..
    Perfect as I’ve wanted a pasta attachment!
    Thanks and
    Yum.ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie

    I would like to make squid ink pasta!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica

    Can’t wait to try this recipe!ReplyCancel

  • jessica c

    I would make butternut squash and cheese.yummyReplyCancel

  • Lauren H

    I would make my favorite ravioliReplyCancel

  • Christina

    At least weekly I still think about the amazing pear pecorino ravioli I had from a restaurant in Florence where I studied abroad. I’m keeping my fingers crossed to win the mixer and get to work on perfecting that recipe from memory…then sharing it with my friends and family! Thank you for another beautiful post, Betty!ReplyCancel

  • Maria

    I would make some fettuccine because it’s my sons favorite! :)ReplyCancel

  • donna

    truffle pasta would be fun to makeReplyCancel

  • Angela

    I think I would make classic fettucine!ReplyCancel

  • Bridget Lindsey

    I would definitely make ravioli- a recipe with herbed squash, chestnuts and sheeps milk ricotta!ReplyCancel

  • manda

    Ravioli.ReplyCancel

  • linda

    the ravioli would be greatReplyCancel

  • Melissa

    I’d make ravioli.ReplyCancel

  • Nicholas Naclerio

    I’d make fettucini!!ReplyCancel

  • Nicholas Naclerio

    I’d make fettucini!!ReplyCancel

  • Vunda V

    id try fettuccine or ravioliReplyCancel

  • Ayla

    I have always wanted to try making my own pasta. This is such a beautiful process!ReplyCancel

  • Vera K

    I would like to make ravioli.ReplyCancel

  • Brenda

    I would love to make some homemade linguine for my clam linguine. Thanks for the chance!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    I’d make all the pasta 😁ReplyCancel

  • Courtney H

    I would make egg noodles and try to make raviolisReplyCancel

  • Christine

    I’d make linguine and ravioli! Thanks for an awesome giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • Asia

    Tagliatelle!ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl

    I’d try to make black sesame parpadelle!ReplyCancel

  • I would love to make pasta, whip egg whites not by hand, have something that fits in my tiny tiny condo kitchen! 😊ReplyCancel

  • Yesenia Trujillo

    I’d love to try and make allll the pasta but would definitely try ravioli first.ReplyCancel

  • AQ

    anything with butternut squash!!!ReplyCancel

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