6 Dec 2012

Ravioli with mascarpone sauce and fresh ripe tomatoes




These last few weeks have been very hot so did not feel like to cook.On the other hand we were several visits from Brazil, which  has been a great joy for me.





We walked and watched as the city gets so close to Christmas. We went to eat different things like the Korean restaurant  that we went with our friends A and D. Very good all and very rich.



I also want to mention that my blog has also been featured in the media for the North American network NBC in your webpage NBC Latino if you wish to read the interview and learn a little more about me



Yesterday I made pasta, ravioles and asI had a bit of mascarpone, wanted to use it  I put fresh tomatoes cooked with the heat of pasta.The result was a beautiful and refreshing dish for these days.


Ingredients



  •  For the sauce


  • 4 ripe tomatoes cut into dices
  • 350 ml of mascarpone
  • 50 ml whole milk
  • Chopped fresh sage leaves
  • Salt and pepper
  • Grated Parmesan cheese (optional)

  • Boil the ravioles with enough salted water and remove when they are almost "al dente"
  • Mix the mascarpone with the milk and mix to ravioles, boil and season with salt and ground pepper.
  • Place on plates and place the diced tomatoes and chopped sage on top. Finish with grated Parmesan cheese if desired.

Modo de hacer:
Boil the ravioles with enough salted water and remove when they are almost "al dente"

  • Mix the mascarpone with the milk and mix to ravioles, boil and season with salt and ground pepper.
    • Place on plates and place the diced tomatoes and chopped sage on top. Finish with grated Parmesan cheese if desired.

12 comments:

Angie's Recipes said...

Gorgeous clicks, Sylvia.
The ravioli looks so yum!

Bev Weidner (Bev Cooks) said...

Stunnnnning!!

bellini said...

This is typical of any Italian dishes with simple flavours that simply work together so well. Congratulations also on being featured in NBCLatino!!!Thank you also for mentioning my little Canadian blog in your article.It was a great way to start my day!

Helene Peloquin said...

A wonderful dish and gorgeous pictures!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

A fabulous recipe! Your ravioli look wonderful. I love the sauce.

Cheers,

Rosa

Cass @foodmyfriend said...

Such stunning pictures. That looks like my kind of food!

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Kathy Steger @FoodWineThyme said...

Wonderful. By the way I nominated you for the Liebster Award. Head on over to my blog to get the details

Kathy Steger @FoodWineThyme said...

What a gorgeous recipe and gorgeous pictures. Your food always looks amazing. I nominated you for a Liebster Award, visit my blog for more info. :)

chef Gonin said...

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chefgonin said...

Hello your items I find interesting, I visited your website and I noted some recipes. From Spain I invite you to visit my blog Valencia kitchen every week I updated, is very positive about other food cultures.

Valenciagastronomic.blogspot.com.es

You know what is the TARONCELLO? (homemade), alone in my blog you will find the answer - ...

I will follow visiting a greeting Chefgonin

Lori Lynn said...

Hola Sylvia!
We're fans of Korean food, the bulgogi and oyster photos caught my eye immediately. Yum!
And your ravioli looks positively fabulous...
Feliz Navidad Mi Amiga!
LL