If you eat inside-out ravioli, what is it called?
Thank you 🙂
Ravioli Nudo, which is described as ravioli filling unstuffed from its ravioli.
The stuffing is boiled in the pasta pockets, then the pasta is cut open, the cooked (poached) filling arranged in the plate with a light drizzle of sauce and sprinkled with some fresh chopped Italian Broad leaf parsley.
An extremely low carb meal that works well on a diabetic diet.
Without paoching in the pasta pockets there is no way for the ricotta to maintain form.
That’s scrambled Ravioli.
WTP’s is backwards Ravioli.
Inside out Ravioli would be iarilov. Or something like that.
Why is that any better than mine?
The A and the O which were inside are now outside
You didn’t move the v further out, and that started just as far in as the o.
This is what happens when I boil them for too long or don’t seal them properly. 😛
Alternatively, you could call it lasagna.
That does happen when they’re overboiled. Maybe they think out of the box. They deserve a reward, like an Israeli Flag ribbon. Or a gigantic drawing of Mt. Sinai. Or a Hungry Hippos board game with extra Hippos.