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Dollop large spoonfuls of ricotta mixture evenly over pasta, then spread remaining pasta mixture evenly over ricotta.
The former usually, though not always, have cold butter worked in to create those important flaky layers, while the latter feature a uniform batter that is generally dropped by spoonfuls onto a pan.
If pan looks dry during cooking, stir in water, a spoonful at a time.
Pinch off small spoonfuls, and then using your palms, roll into round, even balls.
Or try filling them with a spoonful of crème fraîche topped by an even larger one of caviar — and pamper your guests to the extreme.
Top with a big spoonful of lemon sour cream—the cool tartness will balance the sugar.
Drop spoonfuls of batter into pan and cook on one side until golden brown with bubbles forming on top.
Add cooked pasta to sauté pan; add pasta water by the spoonful if mixture is too dry.
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