Cannelloni, Manicotti

Other Names:
Sorento, Italy in 1907
Made with:
As a manufactured product it is made with Wheat flour and water.  Fresh egg pasta is used when using sheets that you roll
About: Cannelloni usually refers to rectangular pasta sheets that are rolled with a filling such as ricotta or a thick meat ragu. In Italian, cannelloni literally means “large reeds”, while Manicotti means “sleeves”.  Source Wikipedia
Cannelloini - Manicotti

Cannelloni – Manicotti

 Source: Wikipedia
Photo Credit: Bill Rubino