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tduecen
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Cheese Ravioli in your Crawfish Boil

So if you follow EAT THE BOOT, recently a person posted they put cheese ravioli at the tail end of their crawfish boil.

Now they apparently put it in during the end when the water is off and the ravioli is in an individual bag but they claim with the seasoning from the crawfish boil the flavor is fantastic.


Agree or disagree?


Let's use the upvote or down vote option


Tigertown in ATL
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Despite the downvotes how could it not be good?


LSUballs
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I've been stuffing the ravioli with cheese, pineapple and sausage, then placing them in a can of green beans with holes poked in the can


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tduecen
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I mean it seems good, put them in a bag at the end of the boil. Let them soak taking in the flavor and eating later.


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Treacherous Cretin
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Wouldn’t lobster ravioli be better?


chity
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This post was edited on 4/19 at 4:30 pm


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tduecen
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I would assume another of ravioli would be good in the boil


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SUB
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I've heard of people throwing just plain pasta in their boils...hell why not ravioli or tortellini?

I just added this to my list of things to try.

Now I just need to master poaching eggs.


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LSUFanHouston
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I don't know if I would like ravioli that tasted like a crawfish boil.


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LouisianaLady
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We tried tortellini because someone said it was good, but it was strange.


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sjmabry
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This shite is out of hand!


jamboybarry
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The pasta seems like it wouldn’t be bad but the cheese filling would be weird imho but I’ve never tried it


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summersausage
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I’ve had it. Very good. Just like anything else…if it can absorb liquid and seasoning, it has to be good.


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LSUBoo
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Despite the downvotes how could it not be good?


It might absorb too damn much salt like 99% of pastalaya I have tried... or it might be delicious.

Either way I would give it a try.


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bigberg2000
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It’s a good flavor for the ravioli. I mean it’s getting cooked in the water. My brother took a colander and used that instead of having them floating all around. It was good.


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J Murdah
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we have to eventually draw a line somewhere


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jimithing11
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Member since Mar 2011
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Eventually Guy Fieri is literally going to add a flip flop to the end of the soak


Bill Parker?
Member since Jan 2013
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My boils already look like a sto-bought Thanksgiving cornucopia decoration. About time to throw in a few tonka trucks, matchbox cars and Mardi Gras beads and make it look like a new orleans drainage canal.


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LsuFan_1955
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I gave an upvote as I will try just about anything at least one time. I love ravioli, and the seasoning from a boil would really make the ravioli interesting, or so it seems.


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caro81
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i'll allow it


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