Top Rated Ravioli Recipes

Don't just boil ravioli — fry them. A golden brown crust is the perfect welcoming gate to tender pasta and a cheesy filling. This recipe stacks the crunchy ravioli with mozzarella, basil, and tomatoes for a fun twist on the caprese salad.  Click here to see 13 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Fry
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  Bagatelle’s oxtail-stuffed pasta is all that we love about ravioli, and perfect for a warm and comforting dinner on a rainy night.  
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Try making your own ravioli or simply use this filling with store-bought pasta dough or wonton wrappers. Recipe Courtesy of Davio's Manhattan's Executive Chef, Chad Brown
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Baon and Swiss Chard Ravioli
Bacon makes everything better, right? Definitely the case with these creamy, satisfying ravioli. The bacon adds a deliciously smoky taste to the earthy swiss chard and rich ricotta in the filling. Pair these with your favorite tomato sauce or just a light drizzle of olive oil. This pasta is best served fresh out of the pot, so don't drop them in the water until you're ready to eat.  Click here to see the Bacon: It's What's for Dinner story. 
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We all know kids love ravioli and ham and cheese sandwiches. This recipe lets them enjoy both, and the assembly makes it fun for them to make.
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We’d be hard-pressed to argue that burrata is not one of the most heavenly cheeses imaginable — and we’d say the same about this ravioli from New York City's Asellina with oven-dried tomatoes, oregano, and aged balsamic.
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Butternut Squash Ravioli
This is hands down my favorite way to use butternut squash. It's creamy, flavorful, filled with the flavors of fall, and best of all, it's easy to put together (with a little help from the store). See all ravioli recipes.
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The great thing about this pasta dish is that you can easily take one of the components and serve it on its own: the pasta for another pasta dish, the mushroom ragù as a side to steak. Together in the ravioli dish, though, the flavors meld together beautifully and prove that homemade ravioli is worth the effort.
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Tender pillows of fresh pasta with ricotta filling.
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Ravioli
This simple ravioli recipe from Chef Lee Skawinski of Cinque Terre in Portland, Maine, begins with a basic cheese ravioli filling. If you wish to add more flavor and color, you can try adding one of the suggested filling additions. Tossing the ravioli with olive oil or butter before serving prevents each ravioli from sticking together, and imparts added flavor. — Allison Beck
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The essential cold summer soup from Spain, gazpacho is made with fresh tomatoes, peppers, and country bread soaked in olive oil.
I love when pumpkins are in season because this is my all-time favorite ravioli dish to make. The orange juice and zest gives a nice tang to the filling, and the shrimp make the perfect addition with the rich brown butter sauce and crunchy pecans. 
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Beet and Sweet Potato Ravioli
People usually associate beets with salads — but not me. Because of their healthy reputation and sweet buttery flavor, and I always try to think of the most indulgent ways to enjoy them. This ravioli recipe is my most recent creation, and I like to serve it with a light Alfredo sauce and crumbled chicken sausage.  Click here to see Just Beet It.
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