Bongo & Capacci’s Sweet Potato Ravioli

Raviolis are back once again, except I didn’t make them this time. I recently had the pleasure (30 minutes ago) of feasting on some of Bongo & Capacci’s Homemade Sweet Potato Ravioli. Bongo & Capacci is my friend’s father’s business based out of Watertown, CT. I’ve tasted a few of their variations of ravioli and it’s an understatement to say that they were all 100% delicious.

Where to Buy Bongo & Capacci Raviolis

I snagged this box of ravs from our local farmers market (Gossett Brother’s Nursery) a few days ago and I’ve been dying to cook them up. I also absolutely love the fact that every ingredient would look familiar to most everyone, and that I can actually pronounce every single ingredient (no preservatives or weird 15 syllable unnatural ingredients).

To accompany the ravioli I made an herbed brown butter sauce which I salted a little on the heavy side to  compliment the sweet potato in the ravioli.

nom nom nom delicious

4 thoughts on “Bongo & Capacci’s Sweet Potato Ravioli

  1. Hi Brian,
    I just talked to my contact at Bongo & Capacci and he said they are doing a market in Beacon, Suny Purchase and White Plains (not sure on exact location). They are still doing the farmers market at Gossett Brothers Nursery http://www.gossettnursery.com/ – that is probably your best bet on grabbing some. Thanks for reading!

  2. I got some as well a few days ago. I tried the beet ones and they were awesome. Where can I quickly get some more? I would like them for thanksgiving. Anyone know??

  3. Anthony,

    You should get these over the summer & bring them back to Bentley then make them for your greatest fan!

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