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Valentine Ravioli





to taste

Black pepper

to taste

Iodized salt

to taste

Gorgonzola DOP

50 oz

Red beetroot

1 unit

Type 00 wheat flour

300 oz


to taste

Shelled walnuts

4 unit

Grated Parmesan cheese

3 spoons

first courses from Italy

Valentine Ravioli

Valentine Ravioli

vegetarian with gluten with lactose with nuts high in iron high in calcium high in potassium

ready in

1 hour 30 minutes


daily requirement

100% Fat

100% Protein

100% Carbohydrates

translated by Italian with google translate

Valentine Ravioli

Filled pasta made colorful house and tasty

Valentine Ravioli step 1

step 1

Prepare the dough: blend the beetroot with a pinch of salt. Combine the puree to the flour that you have placed on a porous surface (marble or wood) and knead

Valentine Ravioli step 2

step 2

Add water until you have obtained a dough with the typical consistency of the fresh dough. Put to rest for an hour before you roll it out.

Valentine Ravioli step 3

step 3

While the dough is resting, prepare the filling: chopped nuts (I used 4 kernels) and add 3 tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese, nutmeg and season with salt and pepper.

Valentine Ravioli step 4

step 4

Put then a quantity of blue cheese such as to make the dough of the well tied filling.

Valentine Ravioli step 5

step 5

Roll out the dough as thin as possible.

Valentine Ravioli step 6

step 6

Arrange balls of the filling on the dough and fold it on top of these and press with your fingers around each ball.

Valentine Ravioli step 7

step 7

Use a cookie cutter to cut ravioli heart or hand-carve free with a knife and then close the edges of the ravioli helping with a fork.

Valentine Ravioli step 8

step 8

Season with butter, sage and lots of love!

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