Steamed Salmon Ravioli

by Tenina Holder

As you may or may not know, I left Thermomix Australia waaaay back in July 2011. (Some people are still under the impression I am still the Recipe Developer there, but no, Independance Day, July 4th was my last day.) Naturally, other work beckoned and this is one the roles I took on. This recipe is for the new Kleenmaid appliances company. They bought the brand and are bringing in some amazing appliances, one of which is the Combi Steam oven…great for anything requiring a little moisture or extremely high dry heat. So pop this one on your list. Its a great little starter, with very minimal fuss.

Need

  • 250 g Tasmanian salmon fillet, cubed
  • 2 spring roll/ wonton wrappers per ravioli
  • Water to brush
  • Lemon dressing of choice
  • Few herbs of choice to garnish

Do

1  

Cube salmon and freeze.

2  

Prepare ravioli by placing wrappers onto floured surface.

3  

Place a piece of salmon into the centre of each. Brush edges of wrapper with a little water. Top with a second wrapper and use a scone cutter to cut rounds of ravioli.

4  

Place onto oiled perforated steamer tray and steam 100ºC/40-45 minutes or until pastry is soft and translucent.

5  

Or fill Thermomix bowl with water to the 1L mark and place ravioli onto paper lined Varoma dish and tray and steam 25 min/Varoma/speed 3.

More

Serve 1-2 ravioli on a plate, dress with a little dressing and few chopped herbs.

Serve hot.

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