- And they will have more fun if you add carrot, spinach or other colorful vegetables to your dough.
- It is also possible to mix with pureed garlic even though it won't color the dough.
- Vegis are only for coloring your dough: they don't bring much flavor, except garlic of course...
But to handle the thin sheets of dough, you will probably have to do it on your own, as these are very fragile and must be handle with care.
Here is the recipe I used for the dough :
- 1 egg
- 110 grams all-purpose flour
- 1/4 teaspoon olive oil
- 1 teaspoon milk
1. Put the flour on a work surface or in a bowl. Form a well in the center.
2. Add the egg, oil and milk to the well, and beat with a fork.
3. Incorporate the flour from the sides in the liquid with a fork.
4. When ingredients are well mixed, form the dough into a ball and knead for 10 mn, or until the dough is smooth and tough like leather.
5. Cover and refrigerate. Let rest for 1 hour. The longer it rests, the easier it will be to roll out.
If preparing ravioli, you may use Ricotta cheese (refer to one previous post for recipe) plus other various ingredients for the filling.
Examples of filling recently made :
Onions (ciseler) + Green pepper (ciseler) + Mushrooms (ciseler) + 1 teaspoon olive oil + 1 beaten egg + salt and cayenne
Dijon mustard + ham (ciseler) + parmesan
Gravy sauce + mushrooms + Chorizo + Tarragon