“With Fellini, the fear dropped out of my work because it was such a happy experience… hanging out with Fellini, having pasta on the set with Fellini, and going out with Fellini!” — Terence Stamp
If you are craving some really good home made pasta then I highly recommend this delectable recipe from Great Chefs Cook Vegan, by Linda Long, page 90.
These tasty pasta pockets are filled with shallots, peas, tofu and served over a bed of pea cream made from peas, asparagus, baby spinach and soft tofu.
Then we drizzled them with a spicy, garlicky chili oil, and sprinkled caramelized shallots on top.
We made extra large raviolis using a 3″ cutter.
Ravioli Fact: The literal translation of the word ravioli derives from the Italian verb ravvolgere, meaning ‘to wrap’. So ravioli is a form of the Italian verb ‘to wrap’ as the filling is wrapped in pasta.