Supermarket Cheese Ravioli
Store-bought cheese ravioli offer convenience, but would any pass muster?
What We Learned
Ravioli is Italian for “little turnips,” but these squares or rounds typically encase a filling of meat or cheese. Homemade versions can take most of an afternoon to cut and press by hand. Store-bought cheese ravioli—machine-punched from sheets of pasta sandwiched around mounds of filling—offer convenience, but would any pass muster? We wanted a flavorful, cheesy filling and no stru...