Everyone loves eating Italian, but often food from Sardinia gets overlooked. Dishes vary from place to place on the island, as every village has their own special finishing touches and secret ingredients handed down from family and tradition.
Sardinian cuisine is heavily influenced by Italian continental cuisine with notable amounts of pasta, gnocchi, pizza oven baked bread, but shines in its own roasted meats, freshly caught fish, seafood concoctions and a wide variety of tasty Pecorino cheeses, often paired with locally farmed Sardinian honey.
Pecorino Stuffed Ravioli from Sardinia are called Culingionis.
If made properly these ravioli should be shaped like ship sails or a pasta calzone, but plain shapes are a lot easier, and I honestly can’t taste the difference. What makes these culingionis ravioli from Sardinia worth trying is the potato and mint stuffing paired with tomato sauce and Pecorino cheese.
Spinach Salad with Olive & Ricotta Sour Dough Crostini
Roast Pork Loin with Saba,
Sautéed Broccoli Rabe with Garlic and Chiles
Culingionis with Tomato Sauce