plural in form but singular or plural in construction
: pasta in the form of little peaked hats filled with a savory mixture
Recent Examples on the Web Some cappelletti are stuffed only with cheese (whatever is local) while another meat option is pork loin. —Rebecca Ann Hughes, Forbes, 23 Dec. 2021 So, too, fat nine-herb cappelletti were bathed in a beurre blanc and a judicious sprinkling of Parmigiano. —John Mariani, Forbes, 11 June 2021 The ravioli, 50 to a carton, are only $8; the one-pound bags of cappelletti, cappelloni and cavatelli are $5, and noodles are $3.50 per pound. —New York Times, 15 May 2018 The food is southern European and elegant (duck cappelletti in broth; pork with padron peppers and stracciatella), but the ambience is relaxed, as though the whole restaurant is at the same dinner party. —Jo Rodgers, Vogue, 17 Feb. 2018
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