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Storing Ravioli
The great thing about making fresh ravioli is that it can be cooked within an hour or two after making...
 
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January 12, 2014
Storing Ravioli

The great thing about making fresh ravioli is that it can be cooked within an hour or two after making them or they can be frozen and last for a few weeks. Just arrange them on a tray not touching and keep them covered with a towel. If you will be cooking them within an hour or two, leave them at room temperature; otherwise refrigerate. Ravioli can keep this way for 2 to 3 hours. If you want to freeze uncooked ravioli, set the tray of fresh ravioli in the freezer, they should be frozen within 2-3 hours. Set them in portions size in zip lock bags, keep in mind they are very sensitive when frozen and chip easily. When cooking frozen ravioli use more cooking water than usually so the water returns to boiling point quickly.