I love ravioli very much, ravioli is similiar to chinese wonton or Italian filled pasta. They are composed of a filling sealed between two layers of thin egg pasta dough and are served either in broth or with a sauce. Today i make my basil green ravioli with roasted pumpkin filling. The contrast color between the dough and the filling is the trick for a beautifull ravioli dish. Typical ravioli filling is meat, veggies and cheese. Since i had my leftover Tea Smoked Salmon since i made two of it and only finished one. The other tra smoked salmon i keep refrigerated without any cover. It’s tuned into dried, hard and not very pleasant to chew after reheated. Since i’ve never wasted any food before it ruined, i guess this smoked salmon is gonna be a pasta filling or pasta seasoning.
I think i love truffle mushrooms very much for it’s deep nutty and earthy flavour. If you love mushrooms, i think you’ll gonna love truffle. I had once truffle mushroom in Japanese restaurant, yes, you’re not miss reading. It’s a very think shaved truffle oil over poached cod or gindara. Since i can access any truffle around here, i just can get black truffle infused olive oil. This Pietro Coricelli Extra Virgin Olive Oil Infused With Black Truffle is send from this online groceries store named Rumah Segar. This truffle oil had more intense flavour and aromas of black truffle compared the actual truffle mushrooms. Have no clue weather they get the infused flavour is atually comes from syntetic or the real things, but i just loving it!
Today i’ve made a ravioli with hot smoked salmon filling. Simply seasoned with seasalt and chopped pickled green peppercorn make a refreshing and contrast savoury flavour. I add some salted quail egg from making Lo Mak Gai Dim Sum, it make te pasta even better. I’m inspired by a pasta starter dish that i had recently, a prawn tortellini without any sauce, just drizzled with homemade basil oil and served with fenugreek sprout salad. Sometimes simple ravioli recipe is what we need to refresh the taste buds.
Fresh Ravioli Pasta Recipe:
- 2/3 cups (1oo g) all-purpose flour
- 1/4 tsp. salt
- 1 egg yolk
- 1 tsp. olive oil
- 1 tbsp water
- Extra flour on hand for dusting
Smoked Salmon Ravioli Filling recipe:
- 150 gr homemade smoked salmon, sheddered, finely chopped
- 1/2 tsp pickled green peppercorn
- 1 tbsp heavy cooking cream
- 1 tbsp parmaggiano-reggiano cheese
- salted quail egg yolk *optional
- seasalt to taste
- Green baby spinach leaves
- Red baby spinach leaves
- Lemon basil leaves
- Sweet potato leaves
- Diced cherry tomato
- Diced onion
- Tiny turkey sausage
- Black truflle oil (i use Pietro coricelli)
How To Make the ravioli filling.
- Mix all ingredients thoroughly until you have a smooth, paste-like consistency.
Make the ravioli pasta
- Mix all the ingredients in large mixing bowl
- Shape it into a ball, and place it on your work surface. Knead for at least 10 minutes or until it becomes elastic.
- Roll the dough with rolling pin to flatten it, you can use pasta maker instead
- Take the smoked salmon ravioli filling and place a tablespoon of it in middle of a dough then put the salted quail egg yolk.
- Fill a small bowl with water, dip your fingers in, and moisten around the outer edge of the dough round.
- Fold the dough in half over the filling, making a half-moon shape. Be sure all the filling stays inside. Pinch the edges together and then seal the edges of the ravioli with your finger punch. Make sure to press firmly and go all the way around. This will add a “homemade” touch as well.
- Press the edge with a round pasta cutter to make a direction for the swirl pasta cutter
- Cut the edge with swirl pasta cutter.
- Repeat this process for all your dough.
- Dust the finished ravioli with flour to keep them from sticking together.
- Boil the ravioli pasta until your preference doneness, drain out and drizzle a little bit of olive oil
- Voila, now your Homemade Ravioli is ready to go with your favourite sauce
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eh itu telur puyuh diasinin.. makan seuprit gitu ga puas kali ya..
daku juga suka ravioli, tapi blom pernah makan isi tuna sih..
weleh punya pengiris ravioli..
iya mbak, gampang kol, semalem jg kelar, tinggal dikeprek dikit trus direndem garem..
krn kecil makanya cocok buat isian ravioli, masir2 berpasir gimana gitu…
pas buat raviolinya…
itu pengiris pasta sebenernya mbak…
klo bli ilingan pasta, pasti ada pengirisnya…hehehe
ga punya gilingan pasta apalagi rolling pin, biasanya gepengin pake botol anggur aja..
bs juga sih, tp ketipisannya tergantung sensasi taktil wkt ngegilasnya…hehehe
What decadent raviloi – brilliant recipe.
Th Mandy, give it a try!
belum pernah bikin ravioli sendiri nih, sepertinya perlu kesabaran tinggi ya 🙂
btw, fotonya bikin ngiler deh, tinggal nyantap saja mikirnya 😉
Emang hrs sabar mbak, tp worthed the impressed eyes sight from your fellow guest atau keluarga..
btw i’ve made it with my 3 years old niece and she’s so passionate about it
Nowdays, she insist to take a picture of every single meals she’s had
tinggal kakaku aja yg mencak2 tau klo itu smua pengaruhku…hehehe
This food creation looks delectable. Your photography is great. Makes the plated food more appealing.
You left a comment at my website Savor the Food. I don’t know if you checked out my blog Fun with Food ( http://www.savorthefood.com/blog/home ). If not I invite you there as well. I would appreciate your readership.
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Mean time I look forward to more from Dentist Chef (I like the blog name, very unique) and thanks again for your comment at Savor the Food. 🙂
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axtually i had a problems with writing comment in your site, can’t find any comment form in every recipe….
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Salmon and cheese…what’s not to love these dumplings! I would have asked for a 2nd helping! Yum!
Yo’re inn Angie as long as you can argue in a ‘planet language’ with my lil niece,
she even get rid her great grand mother out off the kitchen….hehehe
I love the idea of filling ravioli with salmon. On my bucket list for this summer…looks marvelous!
Whay don’t you made by yourself,
btw, since everyones love salmon, ithink no one can regret any pasta with it….
have a nice weekend Liz
Beautiful dish with some decadent ingredients. You should start asking around about entering the food networks next contest. I think you are ready. Take Care, BAM
i’ll hope the fontunes goes fly with me on that stuff later on….
What a beautiful ravioli! I love salmon and this looks delicious!!
Thx nami, i guess no ones can even dare to regret salmon…
put one on my plate please :p
You can have it all my friend….
in that case then, more please 😀
i had more on my freezer,
stoned freeze !
Hey, i do freeze my food too but if you’ve got them right, it don’t matter 😉
Hmmmmmm terlihat mudah , cari salmon ahhhhhhh
Silahkan mbak, emang gampang bgt kok….
I really enjoy smoked salmon in pasta and your ravioli is a wonderful way to do it. This is a great post, Dedy, and your photography is, once again, beautifully done.
I like stuffed pasta better than the naked pasta John…
thx for such a kind comliment too..
Ravioli ini seperti enak sekali! Correct me if I make mistakes please 🙂
you’re doing good in bahasa Soia,
you should add Seperti-nya for a perfect bahasa….
btw it’s actually taste preety damn good!
I’ve actually never made my own ravioli.. But I really want to!! It’s been on my list for a while now. I feel like this would be an awesome start in my new ravioli-making-life!
Ravioli is actually preety easy to make from scratch…..
it’s worth to try my friend…
give it a try!
Your recipe creation looks utterly delicious and quite delightful – I love ravioli and salmon and this looks like a dish that I would love to try! Thanks also for taking the time to visit my blog and leaving such a kind comment – this way, I have had the pleasure of discovering your wonderful blog as well! I will come back to look at more of your intriguing creations!
Have a good Monday!
Thx for such a kind compliment, keep coming by here for an unpdates…..
Such a nice looking dish, you plated it so well. I hope I was your neighbor 🙂
Thx Raymund, You’ll always welcomed in my home phal….
This looks so great!! Amazing recipe and great photography!