With all of that leftover lobster meat, and mom taking Valentine + Valentine (my husband and his wonderful brother) to wait in line for tickets to watch batting practice at Fenway (Red Sox - White Sox game, V+V are rabid fans of the latter), I decided to put that lobster meat to good use.
Found a great recipe on epicurious that that would really keep the ingredients dry, which is key. I tweaked it a little, including using egg to make the seal (like glue), and using half the amount of filling to make both triangles and tortellonis (bishop's hats). Also, I threw the ingredients into a mixer to smooth them out more than my hand mixing could do.
These are the ingredients and the link to the epicurious recipe. In red were the minor changes I made. It came out exactly as it should. Scroll down for more photos!
2 C. Lobster meat, cooked and chopped
1/4 C. Ricotta cheese (Fat free) * I used full fat because it was all they had at the Golden Goose.
3 Oz. Goats milk cheese
1/3 C. Pine nuts, toasted and chopped
1.5 Tbs. Parmesan cheese, grated, *I used an extra tablespoon or so
1 Tbs. Scallions, minced
1 Tsp. Parsley, minced
1 Tsp. Dill, minced * Dried from the spice cabinet worked out perfectly
1/2 Tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1/8 Tsp. Tabasco * I added one tiny drop, did not measure
Dash of salt
1 Pkg. Wonton wrappers
Read More http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/member/views/LOBSTER-RAVIOLI-1200865#ixzz1Ok9Uz94G
And theses: become that --->
|LobRav as far as the little crackberrycameraphone can seeee!|
And awesome fridge that looks like the cabinetry.
The lobravs were DELICIOUS! Many, many are frozen. Mom had some and loved them. I hand carried some back to DC and while they were delish, that first 24 hours of freshness was the BEST!
Thanks for coming to the blog, sorry I haven't posted in a few days, I love ya for coming and I will try to be a bettah friend and get this fun stuff up. Hi Mom!