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Salmon Ravioli Dish

Salmon Ravioli Dish


Everybody loves Italian food! With this in mind, we have tried and tested a one off special Italian recipe for you to cook at home, buon appetito!

Heart-Shaped Salmon Ravioli with Orange, Fennel and Burrata Salad

Courtesy of Chef Simone Remoli, head chef and owner of Pasta Remoli



Filling ingredients

• 250g salmon
• 70g mascarpone
• Chopped parsley
• 2 spoons of parmesan
• Zest of ½ an orange
• Tarragon
• Salt and pepper

Pasta ingredients

• 300g plain flour
• 3 large eggs
• 3 egg yolks


• Pasta machine
• Small heart-shaped cutter


1. Mix the flour and eggs together one at a time until a dough forms. This can be done by hand or using a mixer. Wrap in cling film and rest in fridge until ready to use.

2. Place the salmon in the oven at 180⁰C for 10 minutes with salt, pepper and the zest of ½ an orange.

3. When the salmon is cool mix it together with the mascarpone, tarragon, sage and parmesan. Have a little taste of your mixture and season accordingly.

4. Take the pasta dough you prepared earlier and start to pass it through a pasta roller. Roll it as thin as you can, we recommend number 7. Make two separate sheets, one to cut the heart-shaped lids out of and one for the fillings (which will then be cut after).

5. Rest your heart-shaped cutter on top of your rolled-out pasta dough, so you know how much filling to put in. Normally it will be around half a spoonful. Scoop out half a spoon of the filling.

6. Place another sheet of pasta on top and press the cutter around each blob of filling. Apply a little egg yolk around the edges and seal the parcel.

7. Slice up half a fennel and pan fry in some oil. Add some thyme and plate it up!

8. Cook your ravioli in boiling water (and a drizzle of olive oil) for three minutes.

9. Drain after three minutes and place on top of the fennel with a couple of orange slices, hand ripped burrata and a pinch of paprika.

Eat. Drink. Love and Enjoy!

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