Pasta stuffed roll

This pasta roll, with its mozzarella meltin heart, will conquer any palate of any guest! Our daily proposal is perfect for any festive day to be spent both at home or somewhere in the country. Don't hesitate to cut your pasta roll into slices and to bring it with you for an Easter pic nic in the country!

Ingredients

  • shortcrust pastry
  • pasta 200 grams any pasta shape you like best
  • cooked ham 100 grams diced
  • mozzarella cheese 200 grams diced
  • parmesan 100 grams grated
  • fresh cream 3 tablespoons of cream
  • salt
  • pepper
  • cooked ham 100 grams cut into slices

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Information
50 minutes Total time
40 minutes Active time
Serves 4 persons
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Preparation

Roll out your shortcrust pastry and prick some holes on it to prevent rising. Add a layer of ham. Cook your pasta in boiling water until al dente. Drain and rinse with fresh water to stop cooking. Mix with mozzarella and peas. Sprinkle generously with parmesan. Add salt and pepper. Spread your pasta over the pie crust. Roll it and brush it with milk or yolk. Bake for 40 min at 180 degrees.

Tips
Choose the shape of pasta you like best!
Trivia
Peas are quite ancien and common in Europe: they were part of the diet of ancient Greek and Romans, and they were as well common in Asia and Europe throughout the whole Middle Ages too.

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