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Friday, September 19, 2014

Whole Wheat Spinach Ravioli with Grilled Vegetables Stuffing

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Before I say anything, I didn't made this, my huby made it from scratch. My FIL loves ravioli and he wanted to feed him home made  100% whole wheat ravioli. So once he decided that he is going to make it, he made the dough, rest it for some time, grilled the vegetables for stuffing and my FIL helped him to make pasta from pasta machine. If you don't have pasta machine you can just roll the dough and make it too. We made it this way, you can make it big circle and put little stuffing at some distance, make another big circle of dough to cover that and cut it out from stuffing area and use again that dough to make it again. Basically you can add any stuff, just have to make sure that its dry. We didn't add too much cheese in it cause my MIL is not found of cheese so just add it little bit to make it stick together. Whenever you make it  pasta fresh, you don't need to cook them a lot, just two minutes in boiling water and its done. He just used ready made marinara sauce for ravioli because it itself was so good that we didn't need anything else. But I knew the ingredients and how he made it so here it goes.

Ingredients for dough :

1 cup Whole Wheat flour
1/4 cup Semolina
salt to taste
2 tbsp. Olive oil
water as needed
1/4 cup spinach puree ( used frozen spinach, thawed it and grind it)

Method:

Take a big bowl. Add flour and semolina. Add salt and olive oil and mix it.
Now add puree and mix it , then add little by little water to make nice and smooth dough.
Cover it with plastic and keep it aside.
Rest the dough for 30-40 minutes.



While the dough is resting, let's prepare for stuffing

Ingredients :

1 eggplant
1/2  zucchini
1 Carrot
1 each red and green capscium
few leaves of Basil
salt and pepper to taste
3 tbsp. pine nuts
4 tbsp mozzarella cheese
2 tbsp. parmesan cheese

Marinara sauce

Method:

Chop the vegetables  in slices and grill it.
When its cold, Chop it finely or use your food processor, I use my processor. In food processor , add pine nuts too. Take it out and add salt and pepper , chopped basil

Assembly of Ravioli

He  used the pasta machine to make the dough thin, but you can do it with hands too.
Take one sheet of pasta, add the one and half tsp. stuffing at little space.

Cover it with another sheet of pasta.

Press it around the stuffing and cut it in square shape and with the help of fork, seal the edges.

This is how he make the pasta.


Once everything is done, boil the water.
When water is boiled, add salt in it and drop very carefully one by one ravioli in it.
Take it out with spoon and carefully transfer it to hot marinara sauce.
Sprinkle some more cheese on top and basil leaves and enjoy gourmet diner at home.



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24 comments:

  1. Lovely.. I too have recently started making pasta at home.. adding spinach to the dough is a brilliant idea.. i'll surely try it out.

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  2. that is the lovely recipe and something diff

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  3. Reminds me of masterchef ravioli sis...looks interesting and a healthy one!!

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  4. Awesome invention. Thumbs up to your hub and FIL.

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  5. Love Ravioli and love the idea of adding Spinach Puree.. Looks inviting!

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  6. Absolutely tempting dish..looks so delicious.

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  7. oh the ravioli looks so good ...Can you give me the pasta making machine for sometime ..Just kidding ..Why are you adding semoilina to pasta dough ?Thanks for linking it to my event

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    1. Sure you can take it. Semolina or rava is very essential in pasta dough

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  8. I think i should look for pasta machine now, homemade ravioli rocks.

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    1. sure Priya, fresh pasta makes a lot of difference.

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  9. I have wanted to make homemade pasta for such a long time. Sadly will have to wait until my kitchen is finished. Your recipe looks very tasty. Thanks for linking to #CookBlogShare

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  10. wow..loved the color,too tempting!

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  11. Wow Linsy u have personal pasta making machine with help on making it that is really nice. I have never made ravioli shd try it some time.

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    1. Try it Meena even without machine it comes out very nice.

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  12. lovely recipe, love ravioli but haven't got down to posting the recipe on my blog as I need to take photos. I like the idea of using grilled vegetables.I usually fill mine with ricotta cheese or mushrooms.

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  13. your awesome my dear...just just love all your recipes..healthy and delish

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    1. thanks Gloria for the appreciation. Just try to eat healthy and sharing it.

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  14. I haven't made homemade ravioli yet. this one looks delicious and perfect thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop. pinning.

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  15. What lovely ravioli! Homemade pasta is wonderful. I really like the filling you have made as well. This is a great dish! Thank you for sharing it with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.

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  16. Loving the green ravioli, thank you so much for sharing with EatYourGreens, please come back at the beginning of next month for the round up.

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  17. I love home made pasta and I love your green ravioli! Thank you for linking up with Extra Veg!

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