Four Ways to Use Ravioli
Turn the classic pasta into something new!
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From a cold salad to a fried appetizer, ravioli is surprisingly versatile.
Try one of the recipes seen in this video.
Learn The Kitchen co-hosts' three ideas for putting frozen ravioli to work.
Start with GZ's go-to vinaigrette, then dress it up with additional ingredients for bold flavors and textures.
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