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Tortellini vs. Ravioli — What's the Difference?

Tortellini vs. Ravioli — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Tortellini and Ravioli

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Tortellini

Tortellini are ring-shaped pasta originally from the Italian region of Emilia (in particular Bologna and Modena). Traditionally they are stuffed with a mix of meat (pork loin, raw prosciutto, mortadella), Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, egg and nutmeg and served in capon broth (in brodo di cappone).In the area of origin they are usually sold fresh or home-made.
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Ravioli

Ravioli (Italian pronunciation: [raviˈɔli]; singular: raviolo, pronounced [raviˈɔlo]) are a type of pasta comprising a filling enveloped in thin pasta dough. Usually served in broth or with a sauce, they originated as a traditional food in Italian cuisine.
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Tortellini

Pasta in small rings stuffed usually with meat or cheese and served in soup or with a sauce.
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Ravioli

Small pasta envelopes containing minced meat, fish, cheese, or vegetables, usually served with a sauce.
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Tortellini

Small, ring-shaped pasta, stuffed with meat, cheese etc; eaten with a sauce or in a soup
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Ravioli

A small casing of pasta with any of various fillings, such as chopped meat or cheese.
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Tortellini

Small ring-shaped stuffed pasta
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Ravioli

A dish made with ravioli.
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Ravioli

Plural of raviolo
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Ravioli

Small square parcels of pasta filled with meat, cheese, spinach etc.
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Ravioli

A dish made with ravioli.
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Ravioli

(informal) by analogy, similar dishes/pastas from non-Italian cuisines.
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Ravioli

Small circular or square cases of dough with savory fillings
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