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Be adventurous and eat your ravioli in a bowl of soup.
We all pretty much enjoy eating ravioli in my house. I try to fix an Italian meal about once a week as my family really digs them. Typically, I will make lasagna or spaghetti. The other day, I was perusing the internet and came across a recipe for ravioli soup. It was over on the Melady Cooks food blog. The pictures alone made my mouth water. You can’t go wrong with ravioli soup as it is super easy to make!
My husband and kids LOVED this recipe and asked me to make it again sometime very soon. I served it with hunks of garlic toast.
Wouldn’t it be grand to get the details on how to make this lovely recipe? Welp, hop on over to the next page for a list of ingredients and instructions. Yum!
Recipe and image courtesy of Melady Cooks.
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Quick Tip: Add a sprinkle of mozzarella cheese to the top of this soup. Yum!