How do I stop my ravioli from bursting?

Chef's answer
If the water is at a rolling boil, no matter how well they are made might have a tendency to split or open up. My second tip is to bring the water to a boil and reduce to a simmer, where the ravioli will thoroughly cook, but gently enough that it won't tear or split the pasta.
Frequently asked Questions 🎓
When ravioli cooks, its density decreases, which causes it to float. It's all about the physics of cooking pasta. When the food in a pot of water is less dense than the water, it floats. ... The density of water can also change when you dissolve something, like salt or the starches from pasta noodles, in it.
Cook the Ravioli and Serve Generally, fresh pasta cooks very quickly. Cook the ravioli in salted boiling water for 3 to 4 minutes. Serve hot with sauce and garnish.
Ravioli, the plural being "raviolo," translates to "little turnip" whereas tortellini's diminutive, "tortello," translates to "stuffed cake." Ravioli is two layers of pasta that form a pillow-like shape whereas tortellini is folded into hat-like shapes akin to dumplings.
You can do something very simple like grating fresh Parmesan cheese and adding fresh basil to each bowl of ravioli with some black pepper. Or you can add a sprinkling of herb and garlic breadcrumbs, which elevate this dish to another level.
Line the bamboo basket with cabbage leaves and place the ravioli on top. Close the lid and steam for about 15 minutes. As soon as the surface of the ravioli becomes slightly transparent, they will be ready. Serve the steamed ravioli garnished with soy sauce..
How to Cook Ravioli
  • Bring a large pot of water to a boil and add salt.
  • Add Ravioli frozen to boiling water.
  • Cook Ravioli 3 to 4. When Ravioli floats is ready. Do not rinse.
  • Remove from water, toss Ravioli with olive oil or sauce INMEDIATELY.
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    Half bag of frozen ravioli, Half bag of frozen tortellini... Break the frost and mix well, in one layer. Mix and combine well, in one layer. Top with half of the cheese.
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