Did you know that in Italy we have also sweet ravioli? This typical Sardinian dish was born in the hinterland of the island, a poor area, in which these dishes were prepared on special occasions such as Easter or Christmas when families gathered after the shepherds returned from transhumance. Originally it was born as a savory dish and served as the main course, then with the addition of honey, it becomes a dessert.
In this cooking class, you will learn how to make Seadas, a sweet ravioli filled with pecorino and lemon. This ravioli will be deep-fried in vegetable oil and then seasoned with sugar and honey. Delicious! Join the class to learn the origin of this famous Italian dish.
For the sweet ravioli:
For the filling: