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Hi! We are a Jewish family of 6 (2 parents, 4 kids) and all our meals are kosher.
Newcomers, read my MPM intro here which tells you all about who we are, or just visit my super-duper-list-imization of Everything We Eat.
Sunday: Cheese Fondue big-birthday-girl supper, with chocolate fondue dessert, at Mommy’s house, with Sara & Abigail (yay, next Sunday is my birthday… mostly so I won’t have to cook again)
Monday (tonight, PTA): Homemade ravioli with new ravioli roller; leftover homemade baguette w/garlic, leftover salad and mango-poppy dressing from last night. I am making the spinach-“ricotta” filling out of homemade cottage cheese. Is that a little much? Or is it just enough…
Tuesday (Ted late): Easy chicken on rice
Wednesday (Big-girl birthday!): Roasted-tomato soup, oat bread, polenta with mushrooms
Thursday (Ted off, Vegan Vursday): Homemade seitan in hot & sour soup – must codify this process because I brought it to somebody last week and she asked for the recipe. Roasted or stir-fried veg – possibly with miso?
Friday/Shabbos: No clue!
Wow – this was the easiest MPM ever!!!
How did the homemade ravioli turn out? I so want to make ravioli but the one time I tried it was a disaster.ReplyDelete
Oh, it was SO beautiful, and I meant to take a picture, but I had to run out to PTA.ReplyDelete
I bought a new ravioli maker (similar to this one, but I have made it many times without one, so don't let that discourage you.
However, if you haven't already, I'd recommend mastering basic pasta first (WITH a roller - there is no good way to make pasta by hand). Once you have a good recipe (last night, I used only flour, eggs and a tiny bit of salt), you can start fiddling with it. I have made a LOT of disaster-pasta in my life to get to this point!
Since we can't buy kosher filled pasta anymore, homemade ravioli and tortellini is more than a special treat, it's a MUST.
I can't believe I used to take for granted the tinned ravioli we ate growing up!