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Heart Shaped Ravioli

jerseytomato Feb 7, 2012 10:12 AM

I'm on a mission to find pink/red heart shaped ravioli for Valentine's Day. It's a running joke between my fiance and I, as neither of us are big Valentine's Day celebrators, yet we shared this dish on our first Valentine's date together 3 years ago (and it was delicious). I would love to surprise him with some pink pasta this year.

I did look into homemade ravioli recipes, but do not think I will be attempting that this year. Instead, I've found places online that will ship overnight for a pretty penny, but if there's somewhere in the Seattle area that makes or sells them that would be preferable. Any leads would be appreciated.


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    akq RE: jerseytomato Feb 8, 2012 03:11 PM

    You might call the Ravioli station in Ballard. No idea if they actually do it, but they might. Otherwise, maybe make some? Ravioli is pretty easy.

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      christy319 RE: jerseytomato Feb 8, 2012 07:56 PM

      You can always buy sheets (ie at Delaurenti) and use a heart cookie cutter. You'd still have to make the filling, but at least you don't have to make the dough.

      1. AntarcticWidow RE: jerseytomato Feb 9, 2012 05:06 PM

        Check with your local Costco. I'm in SF Bay Area and found Nuovo heart-shaped ravioli (nuovopasta.com). The 2 lb package contains both red and white hearts with a Italian four cheese blend (ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan, aged asiago). Very festive for Valentine's Day.

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          Olympia Jane RE: jerseytomato Feb 14, 2012 01:05 PM

          I'm curious - did you find heart shaped ravioli in Seattle (or thereabouts)? I didn't find any pre-made, but your post inspired me to experiment with making enough large heart shaped ravioli for a dinner for two. I used a heart shaped mold (see photo) instead of a cookie cutter and a roasted butternut squash filling with a dab of ricotta in the center. I've never made ravioli, and it was kinda fun, but preparation time would definitely win first (or would that be last?) place in a s-l-o-w food contest.

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            jerseytomato RE: Olympia Jane Feb 18, 2012 08:06 PM

            Wow that looks delicious! I got lucky. I didn't find any premade and I fessed up my plan to my SO with the idea that maybe in the future, when my work schedule isn't so crazy, I could make them for him. Well, he surprised me and made some on his own! He did a beef filling with a homemade vodka sauce. He used a plastic heart shaped container (that held M&Ms) as the cutter. They ended up looking very cute and were quite tasty!

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            Gizmo56 RE: Scalla Feb 4, 2013 12:36 PM

            New Jersey is a rather long drive from Seattle.

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