Wazzup food lovers!!!
This recipe may be like the second part of my Tortellinis recipe but with a few modifications.
The inspiration comes from my sister-in-law, who found this video on the internet. The recipe for colored ravioli was behind the motivation to make this recipe.
I didn’t know this was a thing to make even I didn’t think it was possible. I mean, of course, there was flavored pasta, but that was my limit of possibilities. Like I said about Italian food, but I can repeat it. I love it. I love it.
I did little research on this recipe, and to my surprise, they are more people who make this kind of pasta. The numbers of multicolored ravioli methods were impressive, a ton of people assembling in different styles and shapes of pasta. All I can say from this is making pasta like this; it was fun to do it, but of course, it takes a lot of time to do it.
Don’t worry; I post it everything and how did I make them. Since last time I made it with spinach this time with made it with cheese. Without further due here is how I did it:
- Ricotta cheese
- Mozzarella cheese
- Caciocavallo cheese
- Salt and Pepper
- Ground nutmeg
How to the Green pasta:
- The first step is to Blanch the spinach. Bring a large pot of water to a rolling boil. Add the spinach stems first and then push the leaves down to submerge them in the water. (Make sure that the spinach is no longer rigid)
- After the spinach is ready, grab them put it in cold water.
- After the spinach is cold, dry up the spinach.
- In the food processor or a blender, mix the spinach with eggs. Once that is done, add flour and blend it.
How to make the filling:
- Grab the Mozzarella, Caciocavallo, and the ricotta to grate them.
- In a bowl, mix everything and add ground nutmeg, salt, and pepper.
How to make the Tortellini:
- After making the dough and cooking the filing of the Tortellini, grab them both starts making the tortellini. Grab the dough and with the rolling pin or with a machine for kneading, make a flatten into a fragile dough, and cut circularly with a cup of coffee or small bowl.
- Next, place in the center of each circle one teaspoon of raw pine, fold them like a dumpling or like a shibaraq, and then join the edges of the ends, forming a small hat.
- In a big pot or small (Depending on how many did you make) fill with hot water, grab the Tortellini and boil them like if you are making the Italian noodles.
There you go, this I how I made it with it my version. As I said, it was fun to make it, and I hope you will have fun too.
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