Discover fresh cheese gnocchi called ‘raviole’! | Pasta Grannies

When you love cheese and cream and butter and would love all of them on the identical pasta – then that is your dish! ‘Raviole’ should not ravioli, however cigar formed gnocchi, and they’re a speciality of the Alpine valleys bordering France in north west Italy. They use a particular contemporary cheese referred to as Tomino di Melle within the dough. And as an additional bonus, Domenca’s husband Toni makes a cheese layered polenta.

Raviole are special day fare: they have been historically served at engagement events and baptisms.

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