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Cheese-Filled Ravioli

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Serves 4

This recipe is absolutely fool-proof. And a cheese-lover's dream.

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  • 400g of plain flour
  • Salt
  • 4 beaten eggs
  • 1.5l of stock
  • 100g of melted butter
  • 75g of grated Parmesan cheese
  • 225g of ricotta cheese
  • 100g of grated Bel Paese cheese
  • 50g of grated Parmesan cheese
  • 2 beaten eggs
  • And a pinch of grated nutmeg


    1. To make the pasta, sift the flour and a pinch of salt onto a work surface and make a dip in the middle. Add the eggs and mix into a smooth dough.
    2. Shape the dough into a smooth ball, wrap in a damp cloth or tea-towel and leave for thirty minutes.
    3. Meanwhile, make the filling by putting the ricotta and Bel Paese in a bowl and beat well. Add the rest of the ingredients with another pinch of salt and beat thoroughly.
    4. Roll out the dough until it is paper thin. Cut into 4cm squares with a zigzag edge cutter. Put a little filling in the middle of each square then fold over the corner to make a triangle. Squidge together the corners so the filling doesn't come out and boil in the stock for five minutes.
    5. Add a sauce to your liking and serve with a basil leaf on top. Voila! :-)

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