Triangle Ravioli: 0-Type Flour + Egg (or Soy Lecithin)
How to Make Triangle Ravioli
If you are using a rolling pin, roll out the dough to a thin sheet, about 2mm / 0.08in thick.
If you are using a pasta machine, first follow the instructions in the lesson Folding and Rolling the Dough With a Pasta Machine. Then roll out the dough to a thin sheet, about 2 mm (0.08 in) thick (on our Marcato pasta machine we stopped rolling at setting 5).
Cut your sheet of pasta in squares of at least 4x4 cm (1.6x1.6 in).
Place a teaspoon of filling in the center of the square. Carefully join 2 opposite corners together to form a triangle. As you seal all the edges with your hands, make sure you remove the air from the filling pocket so it doesn't expand (and break the ravioli) when boiling. Like this!
If the sheets have slightly dried out and do not stick together when closing the triangle, wet your finger and run it through the inside of the sheet.
Once you have sealed all sides you are done!
As you make them, place the ravioli on a stackable pasta dryer or ...
... dust them with semola flour so that they do not stick to the surface or to each other. For this purpose, always remember to use a coarse flour. Fine flour would be absorbed by the dough, making it stick to the surface.