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Pumpkin & Pine Nut Ravioli with Burnt Sage Butter Sauce


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Ingredients

4 portion(s)

Pumpkin and Pine Nut Ravioli

  • 50 grams parmesan cubed
  • 25 grams Pine nuts (toasted)
  • 500 grams water
  • 250 grams Pumpkin, chopped
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1/4 brown onion
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • Salt & Pepper to tasta
  • 6 sprigs parsley

Burnt Sage Butter Sauce

  • 240g --- clarified butter
  • 5-6 sage leaves
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
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Recipe's preparation

    PASTA
  1. Everyday Cool Book Pg 33

  2. Pumpkin & Pine Nut Filling
  3. Put parmesan cheese into TM bowl 5 sec/speed 9.

    Remove cheese and set aside.

    Without cleaning the TM bowl add toasted pinenuts 5 sec/speed 9.

    Add to cheese and set aside.

    Clean TM bowl and add water.

    Place pumpkin in TM basket and cook 15 mins/speed 4 or untill the pumpkin is soft, this may vary depending on the type of pumpkin you use.

    Remove TM basket and leave to drain.

    Dry TM Bowl.

    Add Garlic & onion and chop 3 sec/speed 7.

    Add oil an saute 3 mins/veroma/speed 1.

    Add pumpkin & parsley 10 sec/speed 7.

    Add cheese & pine nuts + S&P to taste 10 sec/speed 7.

    Set aside to cool.

  4. Making the Ravioli
  5. Roll out pasta as thin as you can and cut shapes I used 2 different sized cookie cutters 7.5 cm & 6cm.

    Cut the shapes quickly as the pasta will dry out.

    Dampen the edges of the smaller circle with water.

    Place a teaspoon of pumpkin mixture on centre and place a lager circle over the top and gently press together, try and get all the air out and make sure there are no holes and it is sealed well or when you cook it they will leak.

    I also placed the finished ravioli on a lightly floured tray till i was ready to use them so they didn't stick.

    Bring to the boil a large pot of salted water.

    Reduce to a slow boil and add 5 - 6 ravioli at a time this depends on the size of you pot.

    cook 3- 5 mins and drain.

  6. Burnt Sage Butter Sauce
  7. Melt clarified butter in a skillet pan.

    Add sage leaves and cook till crispy.

    *Carefully* add lemon juice (It will splatter).

    Plate ravioli and drizzle with burnt sage butter sauce.

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  • My first attempt at making

    Submitted by Chaserboy on 21. May 2016 - 21:19.

    My first attempt at making pasta of any kind and they turned out well. I found the filling tasty but I was not a huge fan of the sauce-personal taste I suppose.

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  • Thank you for sharing I made

    Submitted by Perizahd on 9. April 2016 - 11:53.

    Thank you for sharing tmrc_emoticons.;) I made gluten free pasta dough and it was amazing! 

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  • Nevermind On second looking

    Submitted by Manda207 on 28. December 2015 - 17:42.

    Nevermind :P On second looking I saw its the pasta from the EDC xx

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  • I am confused on what pasta I

    Submitted by Manda207 on 28. December 2015 - 17:41.

    I am confused on what pasta I am rolling out? Am i missing something in the ingredient list?

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  • can you cook the ravioli in

    Submitted by catierae1 on 21. February 2015 - 19:10.

    can you cook the ravioli in the thermomix ?

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  • This is one of the most

    Submitted by KaceKanKook on 8. February 2015 - 12:02.

    This is one of the most delicious Thermomix recipes I've ever made! Thanks for sharing.

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  • REally yummy but yes, you do

    Submitted by Stepha on 28. January 2015 - 09:07.

    REally yummy but yes, you do need a bit of time toddler free to make the ravioli

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  • love love love. Was the

    Submitted by cwright77 on 29. November 2014 - 18:41.

    love love love. Was the response from my family. Thank you. I also enjoyed making them

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  • I agree with Pandas Thermie,

    Submitted by Coolbron on 4. September 2014 - 21:50.

    I agree with Pandas Thermie, a little fiddly but really yummy. I will also give it another go as it was my first attemp at pasta making. The filling is delicious, but my ravioli skills need improving. 

    Thanks for sharing, I'm looking forward it trying again. 

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  • Very yummy to eat, a bit

    Submitted by Pandas Thermie on 30. July 2014 - 17:36.

    Very yummy to eat, a bit fiddly to make. I'll have to make this again when I don't have a hungry toddler and a hungry hubby hanging around the kitchen!!! Thanks for sharing though. I've always wanted to use my pasta machine! 

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  • so easy, yet so yummy!!

    Submitted by 2busy on 29. June 2014 - 20:56.

    so easy, yet so yummy!! thanks

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