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Delmaine Braised Beef & Tomato Ravioloni



Fresh New Zealand beef in a ragu of chopped Italian tomatoes. Flavoured with a subtle blend of garlic, onion and spices including cumin, paprika and coriander.  Packed into larger Ravioloni fresh pasta parcels with more filling and less pasta for greater flavour. The rich beef flavour works well with our Delmaine tomato pasta sauces. All Delmaine Pasta is made with Free Range Egg and Durum Wheat Semolina.

  • No Artificial colours or flavours
  • Made with free range egg
  • Made with NZ Beef
  • Quick ideas; Pairs well with Tomato & Roast Garlic sauce, sliced Kalamata olives and Parmesan. Serve topped with Cipriani sauce, chopped fresh tomato and red onion.
  • Contains wheat and/or grain products containing gluten.


Cook pasta in plenty of boiling water. If fresh, cook for 6 minutes; if frozen, cook for 7 minutes.

  • Delmaine Code: 00238
  • Size: 300g
  • Pack Size: 6
  • Country of Origin: New Zealand
  • Storage Conditions: Pasta will stay fresh until its use by date if kept sealed and refrigerated below 4⁰C. Cook or freeze before the use by date. Once opened, use within 3 days. May be kept frozen for 3 months. Cook from frozen.
  • Best Before/Use By: Use By
  • Unopened Shelf Life: 84
  • Open Shelf Life: 3 days


Durum Wheat Semolina, Wheat Flour, Tomatoes (16%) (Crushed, Puree), Water, Free Range Beef (10%), Breadcrumbs [Wheat Flour, Salt, Sugar, Yeast], Onion, Egg (4.5%) [Water, Free Range Egg Powder], Salt, Garlic (1%), Vegetable Oil (Rapeseed), Brown Sugar, Paprika, Cumin, Coriander, Black Pepper.


Serving Size: 150g (uncooked) Servings per Pack: 2

Average Quantity Per Serving Per 100g
ENERGY 1320kJ 879kJ
PROTEIN 13.96g 9.3g
FAT, TOTAL 3.8g 2.5g
SATURATED 0.8g 0.5g
CARBOHYDRATE 53.6g 35.8g
SUGARS 3.9g 2.6g
SODIUM 971mg 647mg

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Storing your beans

Storing your beans

Canned beans should always be stored in cool cabinets away from appliances that produce heat. Dried beans should be stored in airtight containers and used within one year of purchase. The longer you keep the dry beans, the more moisture they lose. This means that older dry beans take longer to soak and cook compared to younger dry beans.
Substituting canned beans for dried beans

Substituting canned beans for dried beans

Often you don't have the  time to soak dried beans overnight and substituting with canned beans is a great option. But remember, dried beans nearyl double in weight and volume when soaked, so the rule of thumb when substituting is used two cans of beans for every cup of dried beans.

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