If you've never made seafood ravioli before you're in for a treat. This pasta is light, delicious, and uses a fish that's easy to find, cod. Here's how we make it.
How to Make Seafood Ravioli
There are two parts to this recipe, the ravioli and the sauce. You'll want to start with the ravioli first.
Making the Ravioli Dough
The most important part about making pasta dough is ensuring you've worked it for long enough. Thankfully, unlike with pie crust, pasta dough is nearly impossible to overwork. The rule of thumb is to knead it for 20 minutes. The texture should be velvety smooth and when you press your thumb into it the dough should lightly spring back.
Making the Filling
The filling for this seafood ravioli is so delicious and creamy because it uses a baked potato and the fish which is cooked in a simple garlic and thyme sauce.
Do You Need a Pasta Maker for this Recipe?
A pasta maker certainly makes making ravioli both faster and easier, however it's not a requirement. If you already have a hand cranked pasta maker or an attachment for your kitchen aid then use it.
Using a pasta maker will certainly ensure that the pasta sheets for the ravioli will be even. However, if you don't have one don't worry a good old fashion rolling pin will do the trick just as well.
What Type of Fish Should I Use?
We recommend using cod, however, you can use another type of white light fish.
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