Tortelloni originate from Modena, a city in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. The exact origin of the shape is widely disputed, but one theory is tortelloni were meant to replicate the shape of a turtle shell, which is famously displayed throughout Modena’s 17th century architecture.
This week, we hand-fill our tortelloni with quattro formaggi - four cheeses - and create something utterly irresistible. Our quattro formaggi filling is made from an indulgent combination of some of Italy's finest cheeses, including, flavoursome Gorgonzola, tangy Parmigiano, beautiful goat's cheese and creamy ricotta. These four cheeses come together to deliver a moment of sheer gastronomic delight. Worry not if you are not a fan of goat's or blue cheese - together with mild ricotta and familiar Parmigiano, our quattro formaggi sauce is at once both deeply flavoured but accessible. To enhance the varied cheese flavour of our tortelloni, we serve this dish with butter and sage, as well as a sprinkling of parsley-infused breadcrumbs for added crunch. Oh, to be in love...
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Tortelloni Quattro Formaggi with Breadcrumbs and Sage Butter
|Tortelloni Quattro Formaggi||175g||480kCal|
Please note the above nutritional guidance is based on our estimates only.