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Food Aldi Is Selling Ravioli Filled With Turkey, Cranberry, And Stuffing—So It's Basically A Thanksgiving Dinner

20:00  24 october  2019
20:00  24 october  2019 Source:   delish.com

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The Turkey Cranberry Ravioli at Aldi is basically all your favorite elements of Thanksgiving dinner delicately stuffed into a pasta casing and devoured in I needed to thin it , so I threw in a splash beer and that worked. Brought to a boil to cook off the booze, then simmered. Added in about half a cup of

Well then you can be thankful for Aldi ’ s Turkey Cranberry Ravioli from Priano. Forget the rest of the meal This seasonal dish features regular pasta pouches filled with a blend of all the best traditional Thanksgiving foods: slow-roasted turkey Aldi is also selling a Bourbon Sweet Potato Ravioli

We are all acquainted with the art of the perfect bite, taking our forks on a tour of our plates gathering a little bit of this and a little bit of that until we’ve created a medley we're happy with. Few meals are a better canvas for the perfect bite than Thanksgiving. It’s why there is maybe nothing on earth better than a leftovers sandwich. Frankly, we totally understand why your love of a Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich drove you to sabotage your career, Ross Geller.

a close up of food: Aldi combined turkey, cranberries, stuffing and fine cheese into a ravioli to make Turkey Cranberry Ravioli, which it selling this fall.© Aldi Aldi combined turkey, cranberries, stuffing and fine cheese into a ravioli to make Turkey Cranberry Ravioli, which it selling this fall.

Aldi also understands. Right in time for our building Thanksgiving excitement, the grocery chain has gifted us with the ability to experience the perfect bite over and over again. Under the Priano brand, those geniuses have combined turkey, cranberries, stuffing, and fine cheese and wrapped it all in another heavenly food, pasta. It’s Thanksgiving ravioli! It’s all the best parts of the holiday but make it pasta. Best of all, we don’t even have to wait until Thanksgiving to enjoy it: Along with another variety, Bourbon Sweet Potato, this ravioli hits shelves November 6th.

Each 9 oz. pack of Turkey Cranberry Ravioli is $2.99, making this dish much cheaper than a whole Thanksgiving meal. Preparing it is also approximately 3,724 times easier. No bird to undercook! No stuffing to come out too dry! No cranberry sauce to start a canned-versus-homemade debate among your cousins! Wait, should we actually just serve this ravioli on Thanksgiving? Is that going too far?

These Priano ravioli varieties will only be around for a limited time, so get to an Aldi to stock up ASAP.

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