Buitoni Riserva Wild Mushroom Agnolotti Ravioli review

buitoni wild mushroom agnolotti ravioli

Today I cooked up some Buitoni Riserva Wild Mushroom Agnolotti Ravioli as a change of pace. It’s a new product on the market. It beats the ravioli served in many of the best Italian restaurants. Foodbuzz sent this to my daughter to try but they don’t eat mushroom products in their house so lucky me got to try it.

The wild mushroom ravioli has all natural ingredients and no preservatives – a pasta filled with fresh portobello and crimini mushrooms, imported cheeses like grana padano and parmesan, and fresh roasted garlic. The tastes were subtle yet distinct. I didn’t have any alfredo sauce in the house and decided against the olive oil suggested. Still I did not want a red sauce. That is when I got creative and topped my portion with bruschetta. Yummy! Yummy! And since hubby had a dinner to attend this evening, I went back for seconds–his.

Each 9 ounce package serves two. It has 320 calories per serving with 39 grams carbohydrates, 796 mg sodium, and 14 grams protein. The Buitoni Riserva also comes in chicken and four cheese, quattro formaggi agnolotti, and spicy beef and sausage varieties.

Foodbuzz is currently holding a contest. They’re asking entrants to create an original pasta sauce recipe that compliments one of the new Buitoni Riserva Pastas. Contestants are eligible to win a Buitoni Gift Pack and All-Clad Copper Core Cookware Set. Contest ends April 30th, 2009.

4 thoughts on “Buitoni Riserva Wild Mushroom Agnolotti Ravioli review

  1. Its hard to get in store…Publics or Winn Dixie. Excellent stuff, served it last nite with a spicey cream sauce of butter, mushroom, wine, half and half and a lite cajan grave mix. Side was steamed fresh almond green beans.


  2. This is my favorite Buitoni product but my grocer is unable to get it lately. He orders it but doesn’t get it. Why??My zip code is 06488.

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