Definition of ravioli
: pasta in the form of little cases of dough containing a savory filling (as of meat or cheese)
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In one grouping, the diners — of Irish, German, Polish, Mexican, Cambodian and Italian descents — talked about a dumpling being a universal food, with multiple cultures having a version: pierogi, ravioli, empanadas, kreplach.
In the northwestern valley, for example, mutton dumplings and cottage cheese ravioli are common rural dinners.
Customer James Williams points out the choice of prepared ravioli selections to his son Brandace Williams at Pasta & Provisions on Providence Road on Wednesday July 8, 2015.
Larger entrees include Cod Santorini and veal, lamb and ricotta meatball ravioli.
So far, the company has come up with several recipes, including ravioli with Swedish meatballs (um, yum), salmon with lemon and herbs and shrimp with tomatoes and olives.
My grandmother was a meat or cheese ravioli person.
The menu includes 10-herb ravioli, lemon ricotta and American wagyu beef tenderloin.
The three of us had glasses of Cava and dined on cannoli with puréed cod in béchamel sauce, ravioli and the restaurant’s signature dish, sweet-and-sour rabbit, while watching the Visigoth invaders (tourists) pose for selfies on the bridge.
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RAVIOLI Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ravioli for English Language Learners
: pasta that is shaped like a square and is filled with meat, cheese, or vegetables
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