This is an excellent Ravioli tray because you can actually get quite a bit of filling in. For the dough we use two cups of flour and two large eggs with a dash of water if needed to feed two adults and a child (or two hungry adults). The trick is to use plenty of flour when rolling out the dough, which makes the dough more papery and less sticky. I roll it fairly thin, but not to the thinnest setting because the amount of filling means you need a slightly stronger pasta to hold it in. Put plenty - and I mean plenty - of flour in the tray before laying the rolled dough in place, then push and ease indentations for the filling. Add the top layer of pasta and then roll like mad to join the layers and cut the segments. We had several attempts before we got it right, but if you use enough flour all should be well.