Vegan Tortellini Recipe
By The Vegan Allrounder
🔪Prep Time: 60 minutes
👩🍳Cook Time: 10 minutes
For the tortellini dough:
250g (pasta) flour
1-2 tbsp oil
For the filling:
defrosted spinach (chopped)
finely ground seitan
onions and garlic processed into a paste
salt pepper smoked paprika
cashew 'ricotta' (pre-soaked cashews that a processed into a nice paste with some water and lemon juice)
1Add dough ingredients into a bowl and first bring together with a fork then use your hands and knead your dough for about 10 minutes by hand until it's nice and smooth. You might need to add more water depending on the flour you're using.
2Now cover the dough and let rest in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.
3Now you can prepare the filling for your tortellini.
4Now roll your dough out very thinly this works best with a pasta machine but you can achieve a great result rolling it out with a rolling pin as well plus you get a little arm-workout in.
5Now cut out rounds, put 1/2-1tsp of the filling in the middle of a round an shape into a nice tortellini-kinda-form.
6Boil for 2-4 min. in salted water and serve either plain or with a delicious cream and 'ham' sauce. Enjoy!
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