Homemade Beef Ravioli with Roasted Tomato Sauce



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This is an comforting and delicious homemade pasta with browned ground beef filling. It's simply sauced with a roasted tomato sauce. If you're a fan of homemade pasta, take some time and make your dinner special.

Homemade Beef Ravioli with Roasted Tomato Sauce

adapted from Klassische italienische Küche von Julia della Croce
Roasted Tomato SauceBeef Ravioli
  • 500 g Roma tomatoes
  • 1 Yellow onion, chopped
  • 6 Garlic cloves, peeled
  • 2 tbsp Olive oil
  • 1 tbsp Sugar
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1 tbsp Fresh thyme
  • 200 ml White wine
  • 2 tbsp Balsamic vinegar
  • 300 g Pasta flour (or bread flour)
  • 1/8 tsp Salt
  • 4 Large eggs
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
  • 200 g Ground beef
  • 1 Shallot, minced
  • 1 clove Garlic, minced
  • 2 tbsp Parsley, chopped
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 1 Egg white, beaten
  • Parmesan, grated (optional)
  • Chives, chopped (optional)
  1. Preheat an oven to 200C/400F. Slice each tomato in half lengthwise and place on a sheet pan, cut side up. Roughly chop the onion and scatter the pieces around the tomatoes. Scatter the garlic cloves on top of the onion. Drizzle with olive oil, then season with the sugar, salt, pepper, and thyme.
  2. Roast the vegetables for 30 minutes or until the tomatoes are soft. Remove from the oven and transfer the roasted tomatoes into a large saucepan. With an immersion blender process the tomatoes to the desired consistency. Bring the tomato sauce to a simmer. Add in white wine and balsamic vinegar. Simmer for a further 20 minutes.
  3. Combine pasta flour and salt on a clean work surface and make a well in the center. Place 3 eggs and olive oil in the well, and incorporate the flour into the liquid ingredients until combined. Knead the dough vigorously until it becomes smooth and elastic.
  4. Allow the dough to rest, covered with plastic wrap, for at least 1 hour before rolling it out. Flatten a manageable amount of dough (about the size of an orange) on a clean work surface dusted with flour. Cover the rest of the dough. Using a rolling pin, work from the center of the dough to the edges with a back-and-forth motion, rolling and stretching the dough. Continue rolling, turning the dough occasionally and dusting it with flour to prevent sticking and tearing, until the sheet is the desired thickness. Leave the dough sheets to dry for 10-15 minutes before cutting.
  5. Cook ground meat, minced shallot and garlic in a skillet until meat is browned. Remove and strain off the fat. Stir in one egg, parsley and salt.
  6. Cut the dough sheet into 8-cm wide strips and place spoonfuls of filling about 4cm apart on one strip. Brush the area between fillings with egg white and top with a second strip of dough. Form ravioli by pressing around each filling to form a seal. Dust with flour and cut into squares with a pastry wheel. Crimp the edges of the ravioli with a fork to ensure that they are sealed properly. Alternatively you can cut out the wraps using a 2-inch cookie cutter.
  7. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Cook the ravioli for 5 minutes in a rapidly boiling salted water. Drain and gently toss with the sauce. Sprinkle some grated Parmesan and chopped chives on top if desired. Serve immediately.

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90 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums 6/2/12 16:19

What beautiful ravioli! So perfect and appetizing. Great job.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Carrie 6/2/12 16:38

I have never made my own ravioli... I need to give it a try! yours look delish!

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PolaM 6/2/12 16:58

I love ravioli! And BF could live only of those... Yours look delicious

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Aarthi 6/2/12 17:15

Awesome Recipe

Aarthi
http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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Foodycat 6/2/12 17:24

I'm still practicing ravioli - I haven't got them quite right yet! These look really good.

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Pacheco Patty 6/2/12 17:58

I would love a bowl of raviolis for dinner tonight, this looks so good!

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Lenia 6/2/12 18:00

They need some effort but they are worth it!The result looks divine!!!

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Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook 6/2/12 18:17

They look perfect! And the sauce, I love that whole plate. All I need is some crusty baguette to dip up the sauce from the plate.

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Robyn 6/2/12 18:22

These look lovely Angie! This would be a fun activity to do with your special someone on Valentine's day, instead of going out.

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 6/2/12 18:34

Those gorgeous photos - it's lunch time now, and I am just drooling :D

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 6/2/12 19:25

Your ravioli looks gorgeous, Angie, and sounds delicious to boot! Now I'm really craving pasta. Thanks a lot. ;)

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Priscilla M 6/2/12 19:40

I love ravioli! And you can't go wrong with the homemade ones. Love it and love your recipe, too.

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Steph 6/2/12 20:48

WOW! Homemade ravioli!! I want to come to your house for dinner. My mouth is watering!

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Joanne 6/2/12 21:24

I am SO impressed with this homemade ravioli. SO impressed.

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Jennifurla 6/2/12 21:37

This looks absolutely divine.

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Katherine Martinelli 6/2/12 22:41

These look beyond amazing!! Homemade ravioli is always so impressive. This looks delicious and I love the beef filling.

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Heather @girlichef.com 6/2/12 22:44

So beautiful. I love the sound of the tomato sauce...fabulous meal!

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Juliana 6/2/12 22:49

Wow Angie...homemade ravioli...looks delicious with the tomato sauce...what a great dish.
Beautiful pictures as always...
Hope you have a wonderful week ahead :)

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Asian-spice mix 6/2/12 22:59

I'm so impress with this recipe,looks perfect homemade and delicious :)
Ridwan

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Anh 6/2/12 23:14

I was thinking of ravioli this morning! Love how light the source can be!

BTW, I answered your question on the maple syrup photos on my post :) Hope it helps!

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Elisabeth 6/2/12 23:18

OMG-Angie, I had just made roasted tomatoes last week, but left them whole, and had just picked up a ravioli form maker (brand new, thrift find) and was thinking about getting out my old fashioned crank kind pasta machine to make pasta for the ravioli.
The pasta recipe is the same as yours, and the addition of the balsamic vinegar to the sauce is amazing...love it!
Such a labor of love making your own pasta, especially your own ravioli. Super delicious!
You amaze me, Angie:DDD

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Kristen 6/2/12 23:54

Your ravioli looks just perfect. Homemade is SO good.

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Crunchy Creamy Sweet 7/2/12 00:08

I love homemade ravioli! Yumm! You have a definite winner here, Angie :)

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Gloria 7/2/12 00:14

what really nice ravioli Angie and waht patience you have:))
Look yummy!

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anne 7/2/12 00:50

These ravioli really looks great ! With that gorgeous roasted tomatoes it's definitely a winner !

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Amanda @ Thinly Sliced Cucumber 7/2/12 01:10

Ohhh...these would be lovely for a Valentine's Day dinner. The roasted tomato sauce sounds amazing. I love the addition of balsamic vinegar- sometimes I add a splash of it to store- bought sauce to jazz it up a bit. Beautiful photos!

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Jen at The Three Little Piglets 7/2/12 01:25

So beautiful! Like perfect little pockets full of goodness!

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lena 7/2/12 02:10

the roasted tomato sauce sounds tasty! maybe i can try that to my pasta one day. Read abt the freezing cold weather in europe, hope you're okay there. Stay warm!

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Claudia 7/2/12 02:16

Such beautiful ravioli - you're a ravioli artist! And love roasted tomato sauce - so tomato sweet without being cloying.

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Velva 7/2/12 02:44

For Christmas I bought my husband a pasta maker. One of the first pastas he wants to make is ravioli....your pasta meal looks wonderful. Simple and real. Just the way I like my food.

Velva

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Belinda @zomppa 7/2/12 03:29

Mmm - absolutely perfect!! Would not be able to go back to store-bought.

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Lynda 7/2/12 03:52

Amazing ravioli Angie. Just what I'd love to have for dinner. Your photos are wonderful as well!

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Shabitha Karthikeyan 7/2/12 05:29

Homemade ravioli..awesome Angie..Nicely done !!

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Christine Ho 7/2/12 06:45

These homemade ravioli look like those served at my nearby Italian restaurant. Love it.

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Bel | Ooh Look 7/2/12 07:31

I love homemade pasta, especially with such a delicious sauce. Could you come and makes some for me? Please?

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Katerina 7/2/12 11:51

I've made couple of times my own pasta and I know exactly how much effort requires! You really made an excellent meal Angie, Congratulations!

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tania@mykitchenstories 7/2/12 12:02

very nice ravioli. I love a roasted tomato sauce. My teenager Skater would LOVE this ravioli, I should make it

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vianney 7/2/12 12:16

wonderful sauce and the raviloi came out perfectly!! thank you for sharing!

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thecompletecookbook 7/2/12 12:19

What an impressive meal Angie!
:-) Mandy

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Lizzy 7/2/12 13:04

Just look at your perfect, thin pasta!!! And what gorgeous ravioli! YUM.

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Happy Cook / Finla 7/2/12 13:15

I have only made home made ravioil onc ebut then it took so much time i have never made them again, but i do love fresh if some one serves me as they are much better and this looks so so good.

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Pegasuslegend 7/2/12 13:27

Everything is so perfect you make here is another fine example!

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Debbi Does Dinner Healthy 7/2/12 14:31

These look beautiful! My daughter is especially a ravioli fan in the house, I should employ her help with making these!

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sally 7/2/12 15:01

I've always wanted to make homemade ravioli! Your ravioli looks great!

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Jeannie 7/2/12 15:18

Oh wow! you made your own ravioli, awesome! I love ravioli very much but I don't think I got the patience to make my own:P Yours looks so simple and delicious!

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kitchen flavours 7/2/12 15:35

Your homemade pasta and the tomato sauce looks so delicious! I have made pasta only once, have not tried ravioli yet! Have a nice day!

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Eva kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com 7/2/12 17:56

Roasted tomato sauce is one of my all time favourite sauces, Angie. There is something so tangy and sweet about making sauce with roasted tomatoes. Plus roasting the tomato eliminates any unripened fruit from the get-go. Very beautiful photos.

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Gina 7/2/12 18:19

Mmm, I love homemade ravioli. You better hurry up and move over her so you can join our baking gang, making ravioli gains you immediate entry, lol. It's raining here, maybe since I don't feel like running out today, I'll make some ravioli. Hope your week is going good.
-Gina-

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Bake-A-Holic 7/2/12 18:28

All your recipes are unique and look very tasty! I'm excited to browse through your blog! Like the different layout too.

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Holly 7/2/12 19:01

I am such a big fan of Ravioli! This sounds incredible!

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Faith 7/2/12 19:49

Your ravioli looks amazing! That sauce sounds perfect with it!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 7/2/12 20:09

I've only tried making homemade ravioli once before but what a satisfying and delicious experience. These little bundles of beef and roasted tomato sauce sound wonderful!

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Hornsfan 7/2/12 20:29

Angie those are beautiful. Handmade ravoili is daunting to me but you've tackled it and made it look amazing!

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Sue 7/2/12 21:39

How did you know I love ravioli? :) Now I can make my own!

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Geni 7/2/12 22:28

Your raviolis are perfection! Just gorgeous and so tantalizing.

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Kathy 8/2/12 01:43

These raviolis are gorgeous!! i would love to try making them...I've made pasta before but never a filled pasta. You have inspired me!

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Asmita 8/2/12 02:03

Superb job on the ravioli. The dish looks so inviting!!!

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Jill | Dulce Dough 8/2/12 03:36

MMMMM! Both the ravioli and the sauce sound and look wonderful Angie!

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Anne@FromMySweetHeart 8/2/12 06:08

Angie...what perfect pillows of pasta! And a simple roasted tomato sauce looks so divine! : )

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Anne@FromMySweetHeart 8/2/12 06:09

Angie...what perfect pillows of pasta! And a simple roasted tomato sauce looks so divine! : )

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Anne@FromMySweetHeart 8/2/12 06:09

Angie...what perfect pillows of pasta! And a simple roasted tomato sauce looks so divine! : )

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JasmyneTea 8/2/12 08:55

Your ravioli look divine, although I prefer a "fresh" tomato sauce to a roasted one. Love your photos!

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FOODESSA 8/2/12 11:28

How coincidental...Mom just lately lent me her precious cookbook from Julia della Croce. I only had time to leaf it quickly...most of her cooking looks very appetizing. I'm glad you're sharing this amazing plate with us Angie...looks mouthwatering. Buon appetito ;o)

Ciao for now,
Claudia

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Barbara 8/2/12 13:40

Nothing better than roasted tomatoes, Angie. I bet that sauce is full of flavor. And you made these without a pasta machine. Good for you. I really want one....have it on my wish list.

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Tiffany 8/2/12 14:51

That tomato sauce is calling my name!

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Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) 8/2/12 15:10

I have not home made pasta yet, your ravioli look fresh and yummy!

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Rebecca Subbiah 8/2/12 16:12

wow impressive wish I could have a big bowl of this for my lunch today

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Honey Bee Sweets 8/2/12 16:25

Oh yum, I love ravioli, especially meat ones. I have only made ravioli once, will try your pasta recipe next time, thanks!

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tigerfish 9/2/12 01:35

Oh good is it to have homemade pasta!

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noobcook 9/2/12 04:20

I would love to make my own ravioli some day, yours look divine!

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Priscilla 9/2/12 05:56

Simply beautiful! I always roast the tomatoes for my sauce, but have never made ravioli. I'm thinking' of something special for Valentine's day!

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Terra 9/2/12 06:14

I almost bought the ravioli cutter for homemade ravioli....but first I need a pasta maker:-) These look sooooo good! This is one of my favorite dishes to order at a Italian restaurant:-) Beautiful! Hugs, Terra

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Beth 9/2/12 13:39

This sounds (and looks) so much nicer than the average tomato sauce. Another winner!

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Maris (In Good taste) 9/2/12 13:57

I could eat that sauce with a spoon!

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Shannon @ JustAsDelish 9/2/12 16:15

I've just learnt to make pasta, your photos are inspiring me to try make ravioli one day. thanks!

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Cristina - Teenie Cakes 9/2/12 17:51

Dearest Angie: This couldn't be more perfectly timed for me. I am in want of making my own pasta and ravioli is part of that list too. I'm looking forward to using this post for my new culinary adventure. Thanks for sharing! :)

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Victor 10/2/12 05:27

Raviolis, my kind of pasta dish... My favourite of all time is acorn squash filling with a brown butter sage sauce. Yours look so terrific. Have a nice day, Angie.

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Baker Street 10/2/12 11:07

The tomato sauce sounds easy! Love that you used roasted tomatoes!

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Mother Rimmy 10/2/12 16:29

Beautiful pasta, I'm so impressed when people can make fresh pasta. There's such a difference in texture and flavor compared to the boxed versions.

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easyfoodsmith 10/2/12 16:46

The ravioli looks picture perfect. Thanks for posting the procedure pics too.

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easyfoodsmith 10/2/12 16:48

Picture perfect ravioli! Thanks for posting the procedure pics as well.

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Betty 11/2/12 02:19

Your ravioli is making me hungry! I haven't made my own ravioli now for over a year. Yours are inspiring me- they look great! The sauce sounds wonderful too. :)

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Kim Bee 11/2/12 20:53

This looks so scrumptious. I love beef ravioli. You really knocked this out of the park. It is gorgeous.

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 12/2/12 18:36

Beef ravioli reminds me of my 'big' sister... it was one of our very favourites as kids (though the kind we ate was not nearly as beautiful or elegant as yours) ;).

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Jenn 12/2/12 23:09

A plate full of comfort in my eyes!!!

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Magic of Spice 15/2/12 00:13

Your ravioli look perfect, and love this delightful sauce :)

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Pam 5/3/12 21:09

What a delicious meal. I love homemade ravioli!

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