Wontons are filled with beef &carrots. The child loved it so much that he ate 10 or so ravioli at a time. Hehe. The next step is to get busy. I didn’t have time to make supplements in time to eat the ravioli directly from the fridge.
——- // ravioli skins// ——–.
|appropriate amount of gram|
— Ravioli filling —….
strawberry egg yolk
Baby Food Oil
roasted sesame seeds
Baby Food-Homemade Wonton Skins
1）Break a strawberry egg and put it into a mixing bowl, put some flour into the bowl and mix with chopsticks. Only when there is no flour in the mixing bowl will it work. (If there is flour, it means that the mixture is not well mixed and the flexibility of the dough is very poor. You can add some warm water but not too much water).
2) Next, go straight to the fist to figure it out. Until the surface of the dough is smooth, the dough inside no dry surface, tear no layer, to the inside is a whole piece, dough tearing when there is flexibility Only then. (I didn’t put water in this step), cover the noodles with a layer of plastic wrap and let them rise for 20-30 minutes.
PS: If you don’t know how to mix dough, take more time. At least the dough should be smooth as shown in the picture. This step is critical.
While the dough is rising, the filling can be made.
This time I made the ingredients for the filling (beef, carrots, egg yolk, sesame seeds, cabbage, oil).
1) Beef is the choice of beef tenderloin, the meat on the white muscle white membrane torn off, the blood water over clean, cut into small pieces put ginger and lemon marinade for 15-20 minutes.
(I did this step before the wagyu noodles, that blood water was more time consuming. I only put the lemon in to remove the smell).
2) Bok choy, choose fresh bok choy just a small slice. Blanch it in boiling water. Take it out cold and cut it into pieces for later.
3) White sesame seeds, sautéed; roll into sesame powder. Serve as seasoning.
4) A strawberry egg with the whites removed, leaving the yolk.
6) Carrots, shredded and set aside.
When ready, puree the beef, cabbage, egg yolks and carrots in a food processor with a little warm water. After that, drizzle in some oil and sprinkle with sesame powder and mix well. The filling is ready.
If the carrots and cabbage are not beaten properly in a food processor, they will become a big lump when beaten for a short period of time, and if they are beaten for a longer period of time, they will become very mushy. A 9 month old baby should be eating pelleted food so I chopped it all up with a knife. Only the egg yolks were pureed with the beef, and no water was added. Then I tossed the cabbage and carrot cubes with the ground beef and sprinkled some sesame seeds, walnut oil and flaxseed oil on the filling.
The dough is ready to be rolled out. Use cornstarch to make the dough smooth and tasty.
Roll out the dough about this thin. The texture is a bit like leather. The finished product is very transparent, like a piece of paper, and it’s flat without any creases.
Using a knife, slice the pasta into strips 5-6cm wide. Then overlap these strips of pasta and cut them into 3.5-4cm small pieces. The ravioli skin is ready.
The thickness of the single sheet of ravioli is like the picture above. Does the skin of a single sheet of ravioli look like the thickness of A4 paper If the skin is not too sticky, you can use noodle puff. If you want to use corn starch, sprinkle some on it.
The finished product is actually very small, because it looks like a big ravioli and has a lot of filling, so it looks big. This can be shaped into any shape.
For example, if you wrap it in tadpole or goldfish shape, it will look better, and the baby will eat less filling. I think a small tadpole shape is most suitable. I think the tadpole shape is best. It came out transparent and smooth. I didn’t have time to take photos.
The ravioli skin can also be mixed with water. If you are allergic to eggs, you can leave them out. The filling can be made to your liking.
Mixing the noodles is the key. Be sure to mix the noodles thoroughly.