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Are you a fan of Turkish Ravioli? Don’t you have any time to do it or can’t you find it at your local stores? Then High Society Ravioli is meant for you! I literally translated the meal’s name for you. High society term in the recipe name refers to everyone who don’t have much time to consume in the kitchen but also who don’t give up from taste either. You won’t believe how delicious is High Society Ravioli. Just try it, and you will love love love!
High Society Ravioli
- 3 pcs. pastry leaves
For the stuffing:
- 300 gr. (0,67 lb.) ground beef
- 1 onion, finely chopped
- 1 tbsp. tomato paste
- 1/4 cup (50 ml.) vegetable oil
- Black pepper
- Red pepper flakes
- Parsley, finely chopped
To wet the pastry leaves:
- 1/2 cup water
- 4 tbsp. vegetable oil
For the sauce:
- 2 tbsp. butter
- Dried mint
- Red pepper flakes
For the top:
- Add your 1/4 cup (50 ml.) vegetable oil, one finely chopped onion to your pan and sauté until it gets pink.
- Add your 300 gr. (0,67 lb.) ground beef to the onions and continue to sauté until it changes its colour.
- Add your 1 tbsp. tomato paste, black pepper, red pepper flakes, salt and stir until it combines.
- Take your pan from the stove when your stuffing is cooked and add some finely chopped parsley.
- Heat your oven to 170°C (338 °F)
- Cut your pastry leave to 4 equal pieces.
- Combine 1/2 cup water and 4 tbsp. vegetable oil together and wet all the pastry leaves with a brush.
- Sprinkle from your stuffing to one of your pastry leave.
- First roll it tightly from outside to inside. Then curl inwards and use your water vegetable oil mixture to glue the end. (you can see it in the video)
- Put all your raviolis on your baking tray, wet the tops with you oil mixture and bake about 20-25 minutes until it gets rose gold.
- Your high society ravioli is ready!
- Heat your 2 tbsp. butter, dried mint, red pepper flakes in a saucepan.
- Put some yogurt on your high society ravioli and pour your sauce on it.
What do you think about that? Have you tried high society ravioli recipe yet? Please comment and share your experience. Or are you craving for another Turkish food that you want its recipe from me? You can always contact me from here.