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Occhi di Lupo
Place of originItaly

Occhi di lupo (pronounced [ˈɔkki di ˈluːpo]; literally "wolf eyes") is a variety of large-sized, tubular stuffed pasta, served with a stuffing or filling, whose ingredients typically include extra virgin olive oil, ricotta, grated pecorino cheese, and aromatic herbs such as parsley and basil.