Ravioli is the perfect choice whether you are looking for a weeknight family meal or a cozy dinner for two. Filled with meat, cheese, or vegetables, ravioli can be prepared a variety of ways such as combined with lobster for an elegant dinner or baked into a warm, tasty casserole.See Popular Ravioli Recipes
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Uncooked refrigerated ravioli are dipped in egg, coated in bread crumbs, and fried until super-crisp. Serve them in salad greens.
Try a Betty Crocker pasta recipe.
This simple pasta casserole chills overnight so when you're ready to eat, just pop it in the oven.
Take a trip to Tuscany with a rustic soup brimming with beef, veggies and tomatoes.
Your family and friends will love this lasagna with the bold taste. Just keep the easy preparation your own little secret.
Purchased wonton wrappers stand in for pasta in this homemade ground chicken ravioli recipe for two.
Just four ingredients and 10 minutes prep is all you need to for an oven-ready Italian-style casserole.
If you are looking for an extra special fall treat learn how to make this pumpkin filled ravioli with shaved parmesan cheese on top. This dish made from scratch is sure to impress.
Cheesy ravioli and colorful vegetables are laced with Garden Combination Pasta Sauce for an easy, satisfying two-step supper.
The debate over where pasta originated is far from resolved, but one thing's for certain: Both China and Italy can boast their fair share of traditional noodle and pasta dishes. It's generally accepted that layered pasta dishes like lasagna originated in Italy. But both China and Italy have stuffed pastas (ravioli in Italy, wontons in China) as well as long noodle dishes. The common belief that Marco Polo brought these concepts to Europe from China is debunked by historical Italian pasta references predating his journey. But no matter where the idea originated, learning how to make ravioli is a skill that can bring the whole famiglia together.
For the rich crab flavor of this classic Asian appetizer without the fat from frying, cook the wonton wrappers in boiling water like ravioli.
A rich cream sauce tops purchased ravioli for this easy meatless main dish.
Your family will love this layered pasta and zucchini main-dish recipe that can be prepared from start to finish in 30 minutes or less.
A pantry standout, canned beans are useful in many recipes like this low-fat ravioli and vegetable main dish. Prepare in just 15 minutes.
For this low-calorie soup, you make your own ravioli by stuffing wonton wrappers with a mushroom and cheese filling.