Ravioli, you know them. Those soft dough pads with a delicious, creamy filling that will make you a trip to food heaven. You can never have enough of this Italian specialty. And that is why Culy lists the best recipes with ravioli. So much so that you can eat ravioli every night of the week, so to speak. We’ll just say it.
Ravioli in all shapes and sizes
Just a beginner’s lesson in ravioli. Because the dough cushion comes in all shapes and sizes. You have the rounds, which are popularly called girasole (sunflowers), the triangoli (triangles) or simply the ‘normal’ ravioli: the squares.
The name – and then we dive into the Italian language – comes from the Genoese rabioli , which means remainder. The ravioli used to be filled with leftovers. And remember, if you are in an Italian restaurant, you have one raviolo and several ravioli. A plate with one dough pillow is also so scant.
The best ravioli recipes
Culy lists the tastiest uses for ravioli for you: both ready-made and homemade. Tip: for most recipes you can also use ready-made ravioli to make it easy on yourself.
1. Ravioli lasagna in a frying pan
When we say “ready in 10 minutes” we really mean ready in 10 minutes. This is just a super easy recipe that will give you a tasty meal in no time. Hardly any work, hardly any washing up and yet very tasty: lasagna of ravioli in a frying pan it is .
> According to the recipe: ravioli lasagna in a frying pan (ready in 10 minutes)
2. Ravioli from the oven with mozzarella and Parmesan cheese
Mac ‘n cheese but 10 times better? That’s this oven-baked ravioli with mozzarella and Parmesan cheese. Very easy, very tasty and also very fast. Ideal for during the week. Did we mention this dish has a divine crunchy top?
> To the recipe: oven-baked ravioli with mozzarella and Parmesan cheese
3. Ravioli with ricotta and an egg yolk
As we said above, it is also possible that you order one raviolo . That is often the case with this special flying saucer: a raviolo with ricotta and a raw egg yolk in it! By boiling in the water, the egg yolk coagulates slightly, leaving you with a delicious raviolo where the egg yolk oozes when cut open. Do we need to say more?
> To the recipe: ravioli with ricotta and an egg yolk
4. Pumpkin ravioli with sage butter
When we talk about Italian cuisine, it is often about firm principles. The same goes for the ravioli. Because there is really no other dish for real ravioli than when you ‘bake’ the dough pads in sage butter.
Tomato sauces and casseroles? In the Italians their kitchen is not a polonaise, but questions of principle. And it works well with this recipe. Pumpkin ravioli from Mantova in Northern Italy with sage butter; you won’t get any better. Pro tip: add some cinnamon to the pumpkin filling for an extra flavor explosion. For an extra quick version, simply buy the ravioli ready-made.
> To the recipe: pumpkin ravioli with sage butter
5. Beetroot ravioli with goat cheese and crispy bacon
Fancy something completely different? This beetroot ravioli is a real showstopper and super easy. The pads are bright pink in color and have a sweet taste. It combines perfectly with the goat cheese and crispy bacon in this recipe.
> To the recipe: beetroot ravioli with goat cheese and crispy bacon
6. Creamy ravioli with green asparagus and garden peas
If you go through the ingredients list of this recipe, you already know: this is such a nice one-pot dish that you will make often. Few ingredients and an easy recipe. In other words: perfect for quickly feeding a hungry stomach.
> To the recipe: creamy ravioli with green asparagus and garden peas
7. Fried bread ravioli with four cheeses
Okay, we admit: this recipe is quite a bit extra. Want to throw such a – already delicious – dough cushion into the deep-fat fryer? Then you must have guts. And we have that at the Culy editorial. The Italian delicacy becomes wonderfully crispy by frying it for a while. That makes us happy!
> To the recipe: deep-fried bread ravioli with four cheeses
8. Quick ravioli with pesto and chanterelles
Ravioli with pesto is like the classic pasta pesto: there really isn’t any better. While we sometimes apologize for the convenience of a jar of (homemade) green gold , it’s just always a good idea. This recipe with chanterelles and pesto has only five ingredients and can be on the table in 15 minutes. What a winner!
> To the recipe: ravioli with pesto and chanterelles
Make your own ravioli
Do you want to get started with 00 flour and a pasta machine, or are you already quite handy with it? In both cases, always make sure you have good gear. Good pistils, stamps, of course a good machine and lots of flour to work less sticky.
Do you want to get inspired before you get started? Then take a look at Matt Zielonka ‘s Instagram account. He turns his pasta into true works of art. And yes, we admit, it is dazzling to look at, but we at the Culy editors are not there yet with our creations. So it’s a matter of continuing to practice.
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