World’s Largest Ravioli!

Tue, May 18, 2010


It weighs in at 200 pounds, it’s 5 square feet, and it’s the world’s largest ravioli! The previous largest ravioli weighed 37 pounds, that means the new record holder has definitely gone above and beyond to surpass it’s predecessor.

The monstrous ravioli was made at Woodcreek high school in Roseville, California by Susie McGuire and her 36 culinary arts students who teamed up with the Institute of Technology’s Anthony Johnisse and his students. Last week they teamed up with the Institute of Technology in order to make the ravioli. The stuffed pasta is filled with meat, cheese and spinach.

The students started work on the ravioli on Thursday by cooking up ground beef and onions then mixing together parmesan, cottage cheese, oregano, breadcrumbs, parsley and nutmeg for the filling along with 8 dozen eggs which were contributed by another teacher of social science, Laura Bullard, and her hens. Spinach was also added to the filling among other goodies. The pasta dough was made from scratch students at the Institute of Technology  out of flour, olive oil and nutmeg.

The ravioli was finished on Friday evening  and topped with buckets full of sauce and will be distributed to local food banks.

If you want to check out the full recipe along with a photo for the ravioli go check out the article on Granite Bay!

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