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Mafalda Pinto Leite | Beet Raviolis
A tried and true classic. This recipe has been with me ever since I worked at Pure Food and Wine (raw restaurant in New York). I’ve tweaked the original recipe here and there.. Even people that don't like beets love these raviolis!
beets, raviolis, macadamias,cashews, garlic, nutritional yeast,olive oil ,lemon,basil, mafalda pinto leite, puro sumo
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Beet Raviolis

Beet Raviolis

A tried and true classic. This recipe has been with me ever since I worked at Pure Food and Wine in NYC. I’ve tweaked it here and there, but the essence remains the same. Even those who usually make a funny face when beets are involved in a dish love these raviolis!

Serves

4

Ravioli

½ cup olive oil</br> ½ cup fresh basil leaves</br> 1 Tbsp. balsamic vinegar</br> 3 beets</br>

Method

Place all ingredients except the beets in a food processor, pulse until you obtain basil oil.</br> Cut the beets into very thin slices using a mandolin or sharp knife.</br> Place the beet slices in a dish, drizzle with basil oil and sprinkle with salt. </br> Let marinate while you make the filling.

Filling

1 cup macadamias, soaked</br> 1 cup cashews, soaked</br> 1 clove garlic</br> 1 - 2 Tbsp. nutritional yeast</br> 2 Tbsp. olive oil</br> juice of 1 lemon</br> ¾ cup of basil cut into strips

Method

Without washing the food processor, combine all the ingredients except the basil. Pulse until you get a creamy paste, add more olive oil or water if needed. Season to taste with salt and add the basil, pulse until mixed.</br> Place a slice of beet on a plate or tray lined with greaseproof paper. Top with a spoonful of the basil filling. Cover with a slice of beet, if you want to, press with your fingers around the filling to create a closed ravioli or serve as is.</br> Repeat the process until you use all the beet slices and filling.</br> To serve drizzle with more basil oil.

Beauty Alert

Beets are super rich in vitamin E (tocopherol), that protects against free radicals and helps repair the skin. Our bodies cannot make vitamin E, so it’s important to get enough through our diet. Add a little fat to your meal when eating these foods high in vitamin E for better absorption.

Date

May 23, 2016

Category

Mains