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Chris Amirault

Fresh/Stuffed Pasta & Gnocchi--Cook-Off 13

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and also this:

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Kelly, what is this dish? The pasta is filled, rolled, then baked? I can't quite tell from the photo.

Also, I adore the ricotti gnocchi in the Zuni Cafe cookbook. I don't know how they compare to Mario's version, but they are wonderful and light and sauteed in butter.

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Quite late to the thread but i made some ashak tonight - afghan dumplings filled with chinese chives and served with minty and garlicky yogurt and caramelized lamb.

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Quite late to the thread but i made some ashak tonight - afghan dumplings filled with chinese chives and served with minty and garlicky yogurt and caramelized lamb.

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Very nice, tarelki. I recall making a version many years ago of these from James McNair's pasta book. It was one of my first attempts at ravioli and was very satisfying.

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Saffron anglotti stuffed with cashew cheese we made to go with some spanish mackerel we got in.

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Cannelloni stuffed with spinach and parmesan cheese

and also this:

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Kelly, what is this dish? The pasta is filled, rolled, then baked? I can't quite tell from the photo.

Also, I adore the ricotti gnocchi in the Zuni Cafe cookbook. I don't know how they compare to Mario's version, but they are wonderful and light and sauteed in butter.

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