Pork Ravioli With Lime and Malt Vinegar Dipping Sauce

Pork Ravioli With Lime and Malt Vinegar Dipping Sauce created by clevergirl3

This was my favorite recipe for 2008. It is a delicious, different and very flavorful dish. Just the thought of making this sauce makes my mouth water, but keep in mind, a little of it goes a long way. The ravioli freeze beautifully so are great for a make ahead appetizer. If using frozen, do not defrost. Boil them frozen. Ground chicken or turkey can be substituted for the pork.

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1hr 6mins
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  • Combine the lime zest, juice, malt vinegar, soy sauce, honey, canola oil, sesame oil and pepper flakes.
  • Whisk or shake well to combine and set aside (this is the dipping sauce).
  • In a large bowl, whisk together the Parmesan, basil, ginger, garlic, scallions, nutmeg and egg.
  • Add the pork and mix very gently with your finger tips until just blended.
  • Place the pork mixture in the fridge for 30 minutes to firm.
  • Lightly brush the four side of a wrapper with water (or you can use an egg wash if you like).
  • Place a heaping tbs of the pork mixture in the center of the won ton wrapper.
  • Place another wrapper on top.
  • Press the edges together to seal while working out any air bubbles.
  • If a wrapper tears, throw it away and start over.
  • If you want to be fancy, trim the edges with a zigzag pastry wheel.
  • Repeat with the remaining filling and wraps.
  • Bring a large pot of water to a boil, add some salt and cook the ravioli for 6 minutes.
  • Drain the ravioli.
  • Serve drizzled with the sauce.
  • Garnish with thin slices of lime and chopped fresh chives if you like.
  • To freeze - place the uncooked ravioli on a cookie sheet in a single layer and put them in the freezer for a couple hours. Once frozen, place in a freezer storage bag.
  • Enjoy!
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"This was my favorite recipe for 2008. It is a delicious, different and very flavorful dish. Just the thought of making this sauce makes my mouth water, but keep in mind, a little of it goes a long way. The ravioli freeze beautifully so are great for a make ahead appetizer. If using frozen, do not defrost. Boil them frozen. Ground chicken or turkey can be substituted for the pork."
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  1. clevergirl3
    Pork Ravioli With Lime and Malt Vinegar Dipping Sauce Created by clevergirl3
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  2. clevergirl3
    These are "off the chain" delicious! Followed the recipe exactly. Wouldn't change a thing! The 5 stars are for the original recipe and method.<br/>As an alternate method, I folded them like won tons, then pan-fried/steamed them. (will post a picture.) Also very delicious.
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  3. IngridH
    Pork Ravioli With Lime and Malt Vinegar Dipping Sauce Created by IngridH
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  4. IngridH
    Yummy! These were very easy to make, cooked perfectly in 6 minutes, and were perfect with the dipping sauce. The only change I would make is to add a touch of salt to the pork mixture. I enjoyed 4 of these as a lunch main dish; with some stir fried vegetables or soup I'd serve 5 as a light dinner. They really remind me of won ton soup, which I'm sure they'd be wonderful in. The dipping sauce is outstanding, I wasn't sure about the malt vinegar at first, but the combination of all the ingredients really complement each other well. I froze 12 of these, and look forward to enjoying them again soon.
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  5. FrenchBunny
    Pork Ravioli With Lime and Malt Vinegar Dipping Sauce Created by FrenchBunny
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