Filled tradition since 12th century
Ravioli is a timeless Italian tradition that is present in most Italian kitchens on a weekly basis. They are normally stamped with a square shape with each side measuring approximately 4 cm. They were used to be mixed with green herbs, fresh cheese and served every Friday during the solemn religious celebration of Lent.
Today they are known all over the world for their amazing fillings and easy way of eating. Fresh Ravioli can be prepared with the widest variety of recipes to tantalize your taste buds with its surprising flavor !!
Freshly made in Leiden by Italian hands,
below some ravioli from our production:
Probably the most classic ravioli, filled with fresh ricotta, spinach and original Parmesan cheese is known all over the world for imparting a fresh and delicate flavor.
Made with a filling of wild shrimp from Argentina wrapped in a tomato paste dough. These ravioli are delicate and elegant! An explosion of flavor awaits you with every bite.
The soft filling is composed of a perfect harmony of pumpkin and original Italian Gorgonzola, to comfort you during the cold days of the winter season.
Porcini mushrooms have an irresistible aroma and an enveloping flavor that goes well with many winter dishes.
These amazing ravioli are made with smoked Atlantic salmon and fresh ricotta. The ravioli's dream for all salmon lovers!
In Italy black and red are typical colors for New Year's change, like these wild red shrimp dressed in black with squid ink! The best ravioli to combine with a great bottle of Champagne...
100% Whole Wheat Ravioli are a very tasty vegetarian main dish. The soft autumn filling is composed of Pumpkin and Taleggio: a typical old cheese from the mountains of Northern Italy.
Specially made with tomato puree on the outside and rich in flavor on the inside with a perfectly balanced Pumpkin & original Gorgonzola.
Did you know... The origin of this famous Italian pasta seems to lie in the northern regions, there were already traces of Ravioli in Giovanni Boccaccio's Decameron "... they did nothing but make and cook macaroni and ravioli. .. "(original ".. niuna altra cosa facevano che far maccheroni e raviuoli e cuocergli ... "), therefore it is believed to have appeared as early as the 12th century .