About National Ravioli Day
Ravioli is a type of pasta that is typically filled with a variety of ingredients, such as cheese, meat, or vegetables. It is a popular dish in many parts of the world and is often served with a variety of sauces or toppings.
Ravioli is believed to have originated in Italy, where it has been enjoyed for centuries. The first recorded mention of ravioli can be traced back to the 14th century, when it was mentioned in a cookbook from the region of Emilia-Romagna in northern Italy. Over time, the dish spread to other parts of Italy and then to other parts of the world, where it has become a popular and widely-recognized food. In Italy, ravioli is often served as a first course, before the main course, and it is typically made with a pasta dough that is filled with a variety of ingredients, such as cheese, meat, or vegetables, and then cooked in boiling water until it is tender.