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Salmon Stuffed Ravioli

Salmon Stuffed Ravioli

recipe ingredients
4 lg tomatoes; diced
1 sm zucchini; quartered and sliced
1/2 c yellow bell pepper; thinly sliced
1/2 c button mushrooms; sliced
1 lg garlic clove; minced
2 tb chopped basil
1/4 ts salt
1/4 ts freshly ground black pepper
6 oz smoked salmon or canned
1 egg white
1/2 c ricotta cheese; part skim milk
1/2 c chopped fresh spinach
1/8 ts salt
1/8 ts pepper
20 fresh wonton skins
scallion; for garnish

recipe directions
Spray a large pot with nonstick cooking spray. Add tomatoes, zucchini, yellow bell pepper, mushrooms, garlic, basil, 1/4 teaspoon salt and pepper. Bring to a boil; reduce heat. Cook, covered, over medium heat, for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Meanwhile in food processor or blender, place salmon; process in pulses until smooth. Scrape into small bowl, and stir in egg white, ricotta cheese, spinach, and 1/8 teaspoon salt and pepper. Spoon mixture evenly (about 1 tablespoon) onto centers of wonton skins. Brush edges with water; fold each wonton skin over, pressing edges together to seal securely. Set aside.

In large pot of boiling water, cook wontons in batches, 6 minutes or until tender. Remove wontons with a slotted spoon. Spoon enough sauce to cover bottom of serving bowls. Place five wontons in each serving bowl. Spoon remaining sauce evenly over wontons. Sprinkle with scallions. Serve immediately.

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Serves: 4 - Nutrition Information Per Serving:
calories total fat sat fat protein fiber sodium (mg) carbs ww pts
256 6 2 18 2 732 32 5
  • Lori

    This recipe was great! Beautiful presentation…a perfect dish for company

  • hillary

    This recipe was very good and the portion size was perfect. I started my diet today and I was actually full after this meal. I do suggest using smoked salmon not canned though.. good luck:)

  • 1 Morbidly Obese Chick

    This recipe was just awful, everybody hated it. Here are some of the comments I received.

    - “It’s interesting, the way the texture of the raviolis while being swallowed resemble a live goldfish.”
    - β€œIs it supposed to taste rotten?”
    - “What an interesting flavor combination. I thought I had completely lost my gag reflexes.”
    - “The flavors of the fish and the sauce combine in such a way that makes me really not want to continue eating it.”
    - “Oh, I’d love to take home some leftovers but I know I’ll be seeing, in one way or another, the portion I just choked down for days to come.”
    - “I hated it, and now I hate you.”

    So, as you can see, this meal did not go well. Please take this into consideration before you make the same mistake I did.

    After typing all of this I decided to take one last look at the recipe. And I just realized that I had forgotten one crucial step in the preparation of this meal that was surely the cause of the train wreck of a night I call last Friday. Scallions. I forgot the scallions! Boy, I sure feel silly now. Please disregard the prior message, but I will go through with the posting. I hope whoever reads this can learn the lesson I just learned – Always remember when you point a finger at someone, you have three pointing right back at you.

    Amen.

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