Ravioli with Arugula & Pecorino

September/October 2010

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Elevate frozen ravioli with sizzled garlic and shallots, shaved pecorino and fresh arugula. Serve with: Whole-grain baguette and a light-bodied red wine, such as pinot noir.

"Delicious! I made this after a long day when I didn't want to cook, and it made me so happy that I cooked! It was so easy and delicious. I loved it. I will echo the comments below that to be careful on what you choose as ravioli; the...
Ravioli with Arugula & Pecorino Recipe

19 Reviews for Ravioli with Arugula & Pecorino


Just tried this tonight and what a delicious and easy dinner that was! Will definitely make it again.


This recipe tastes great. I left off the cheese on mine by accident and didn't miss it, but I am going to add it in and I bet it will be even better.

If you are calorie-counting, keep in mind that this recipe can baloon beyond the estimated calories provided very easily. I also used Buitoni Whole Grain Four Cheese Ravioli and I ran the recipe through a calculator. Accounting for the extra 2oz of ravioli between the two packages I bought, the recipe came in at a high 571 calories! I solved that problem by making each serving separately and measuring out a reasonable portion of ravioli before mixing everything together. The calories will defintely depend on the ravioli you choose though. The whole grain raviolis I looked at actually had more calories, but it's worth it imo for the fiber and fullness.


I accidentally used ravioli with chicken in it. The dish has some very delicate flavors and the chicken can overpower them. Very good dish.


I was skeptical about this recipe having no sauce, but boy was it good! I used Buitoni's Quattro Formaggi Agnolotti and subbed Parmesan-Reggiano cheese for the Peccorino. Arugula is bitter, yet it was a wonderful complement to the cheeses. I served it with a tossed salad and the recommended Pinot Noir. Fabulous! Everyone ooohed and awwwed and I basked warmly in the glow of happy diners. :D


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