Beef ravioli with stir fry vegetables and capsicum strips

Craving for pasta? Here’s my creation with bought beef ravioli.

Pasta lovers you can create than making your own when you are having the craving or have no time to spend making pasta.

I loves my pasta meal to be satisfying, delicious, healthy and colourful. Serve with a glass of wine.

Beef riavioli with srir fry vegetables and capsicum strips

Ingredients

2 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 c brown mushroom, quarter or bite size
1/4  c cabbage, thinly slice
1/2 cup chips size carrots
4-6 stalks of kale, tear the leave, wash and drain dry
1-2 Tsp caper
100 g of semi dried capsicum strips with oil ( bought a tub)
250 g beef ravioli and enough water to cook ravioli
20 g butter
2 Tbs Worcester sauce
1/4 c Sauvignon Blanc or vegetables stocks ( I use Sauvignon Blanc)
oil
salt
pepper

Method

Cook the ravioli as per instruction on packet and drained the water. Then heat oil in frying pan, add garlic and capers fry till fragrant. Next add kale, cabbage and carrots, fry for 5 minutes until tender, add in mushrooms ; fry further 2 minutes until softened.

Then add butter, worcester and wine to caramilsed, and season with salt and pepper. Next plate the ravioli and scoop the mushroom and vegetables onto plate with ravioli and mix well. Taste and season the sauce. Spoon some semi dried capsicum strips on to the plate, drizzle some oil and serve immediately with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc.

 

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