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Genaya
Aug 15, 2016
Not my kind of food But the Puzzle is good.
Weenlie
Aug 7, 2013
This looks like tortellini to me, my husband likes it with cheese sauce.
netta
Aug 8, 2013
I agree Weenlie. Tortellini or tortelloni (same shape but larger)
lydiagintn
Aug 10, 2013
I think they look like gnocchi!
Weenlie
Aug 10, 2013
I thought they could be either one.
mrscf
Aug 10, 2013
Looks tasty either way!
Rozina1010
Jun 6, 2016
I thought they were potstickers or even Polish pierogies. But it is along the same line a pasta outer shell and a filling on the inside.
Starrphyre
Dec 29, 2013
Too much pasta and not enuf stuffing and/or sauce to suit me. I love pasta, but this needs some sauce--or something--to liven it up some!
Yup, the bowl is nice.
toadalove
Dec 7, 2013
Look more like dumplings then Ravioli
jlparkerma2
Sep 15, 2013
Aussiesapphire you are so clever,,, love you post.
mamag15
Aug 7, 2013
Love ravioli. Especially filled with meat and topped with spaghetti sauce.
CatLadyOKC
Aug 7, 2013
I like the cheese with a chicken alfredo sauce & a large
tossed salad...
hockeyfan
Aug 7, 2013
One of my favorites too.
bamabarbiegurl
Aug 7, 2013
Oh my gosh! Me too. :)
dinta18
Aug 7, 2013
Ditto! Ditto! Ditto! It's amazing that ravioli is called by many different names all over the world but to me it's still just "RAVIOLI! Viva Italia!
hockeyfan
Aug 9, 2013
It's Ravioli to me too. I only like it one way though. The old fashion way with lots of sauce.....so good.
pixipixil
Aug 7, 2013
Looks like wonton soup. The basil gives it away that it's not. Happy eating everyone. I'll puzzle later. Need to cut back the garden and this pm we're due for rain so I guess I'll be back then.
Has your sister found a house yet, Aussie?
Rozina1010
Aug 7, 2013
That is what I thought of wontons. But whether wontons, pierogis, blintzes, or ravioli I think Marco Polo brought them from China. A filling with pasta shell wrap and boiled or sometimes baked or fried. Yummy, yummy let us eat already!
jiggler
Aug 7, 2013
I went into a fast-food place that had the foods listed on a board above the counter (as they do). I saw that you could get a dozen "wantons" for $1.50. The mind boggles!!!!!!
netta
Aug 8, 2013
Didn't know you could buy them over the counter, Jiggler. Was the shop packed?
JAMP124
Aug 8, 2013
"Mmmmm good
Mmmmm good
That's what pasta dishes are
Mmmmm good."
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