Ravioli with Spinach, Ricotta, & Egg Yolks

Ravioli with Spinach, Ricotta, & Egg Yolks - Libellula
Eggs are synonymous with spring and Easter in Italy. They are a symbol of new life and of the delicacy of the first warm days of the year.
Each Italian region has anywhere between one to fifty traditional Easter recipes centered around eggs. This year, our Italian chef wanted to bring you a modern take on the classic ravioli ricotta e spinaci by adding a silky egg yolk to the pasta’s center.
You can prepare the ravioli filling in advance and then gently fold the pasta into shape, just before eating. Enjoy finding the golden “Easter egg” bursting out of each ravioli you slice into!
– Julia & Camillo

This recipe makes four large ravioli. We suggest around two or three ravioli per person.

 

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2 comments
  • How long can it last on an

    egg

    yolk?
    Biomedis on
  • Can spinach be

    replaced

    with other vegetables? How about the egg whites?
    Kampus Swasta Unggulan on

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