Monday, November 19, 2007

VeganMoFo and "Pantry" Ravioli

I am almost done with the pantry experiment. I could easily go longer, if it weren't for Thanksgiving, and specific ingredients I need to make certain things. Today I boiled up a HUGE batch of seitan to have on hand for lunches and for Thanksgiving.

I also made ravioli from scratch. I have never done this before, but I had the necessary ingredients so I figured why not. All the recent posts about ravioli really madse me want to try it. My first shot at it was successful. The pasta came out great, and the filling was rich and tasty. My biggest problem was my filling to pasta ratio. Next time I will either make the ravioli's smaller, or put more filling inside!

Rolling out the pasta dough:

Placing the filling:

Ready to boil:

Ready to eat (topped with some jarred marinara):

I followed this recipe, subbing whole wheat pastry flour for the whole wheat, and needing a bit more water to get the dough to come together. For the filling, I just mixed together a can of spinach, drained, with some garlic powder, onion powder, toasted pine nuts and Tofutti better than cream cheese. It was pretty tasty!


  1. Wow, those turned out really gorgeous! And you did it all by hand?!

  2. That's really impressive! And since you did it all by hand, I don't have any excuse not to try it sometime.

  3. Wow. Amazing. But...I don't have tofutti cream cheese. Unless I go find it in a supermarket here...

  4. That looks delicious. Conveniently, I have a ravioli stamp I've been waiting to use.

  5. I am so impressed with homemade pastas and this is no exception. The raviolis look just incredible!

  6. I'm so intimidated by the process of making homemade ravioli - but your "pantry" variety looks quite tantalizing!

  7. Wow--you are so impressive! They look lovely and I am glad they turned out well!


  8. Looks delicious!! I really want to try homemade ravioli....thanks so much for the link to the recipe!


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