Ravioli, or “adorable little pasta dumplings” as we’re 99% sure the Italian translates to, are a classic dish for a reason. Dating back to the 14th century, these bite-sized wonders are a flexible vessel for filling and sauce, and can be served as an appetizer, snack, or an entree — although 163 Grubhubbers ordered ravioli for breakfast in the last 6 months. We’re not here to judge! Here are 5 of the top varieties of ravioli ordered on Grubhub this year and our unsolicited opinions of each.
This is, without a doubt, a superior ravioli. Perfectly crispy and dusted with a sprinkle of parm, these golden little squares are the ultimate finger food. Dip them in a smooth marinara, a punchy alfredo, or a nutty pesto — the flavor combinations are endless.
You can’t go wrong with this classic. Try it with a mushroom cream sauce or spice things up with a decadent vodka sauce.
Ooohhh someone’s feeling fancy. Served with a creamy, buttery sauce, lobster ravioli combines the best of the sea with our favorite stuffed pasta. Mangia!
In 1958, Chef Joyce Chen opened a restaurant in Cambridge, MA, and decided to call her dumplings “Peking ravioli” to appeal to Italian customers. So, while Peking ravioli are more rooted in Chinese cuisine than Italian, we stand by this Boston delicacy as a delicious ravioli variety.
Butternut squash ravioli
In our opinion, butternut squash ravioli should be much higher on the list. Frequently served with a brown butter sage sauce, this