From Charlie Gitto's on the Hill (St. Louis) comes the famous fried ravioli recipe. We substituted frozen ravioli for the homemade they use at the restaurant. For extra-easy cooking, serve with a purchased marinara sauce.
This classic dessert almost always brings a round of sighs when it's served, such as this recipe from Gian-Tony's on the Hill. Our test kitchen decided the liqueurs could be omitted if necessary, but we liked the flavor they added. Or use just one flavor of liqueur in place of the others.
Salsiccia is Italian for "sausage," and it's a tasty part of the filling in this recipe from Di Gregorio Imported Foods, which also sells the salsiccia. The mixture makes an interesting spiraling swirl down the middle of the bread.