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Quite easy, I'm Italian!
While you boil the water, you need to prepare the souce, in this case you have to chop some vegetable, carrots, onion, fry them with some spuns of oil, then add some meet, half a glass of wine, then tomato souce and some water. Then let it boil for 45/60 minutes at low/medium fire.
When the souce is ready, put the ravioli on the boiled woter for some minutes and then after drained them, add the souce and some parmigiano chees!

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Quite easy, I'm Italian!

While you boil the water, you need to prepare the sauce (=you can just  say prepare the souce), in this case you have to chop some vegetables: carrots, onion. Then/Next fry them with (it's better to write how many spoons of something, eg. 2 spoons) spoons of oil, then add some meat and half a glass of wine. Then add tomato sauce and some water. Then let it boil  for 45/60 minutes at low/medium heat. When the sauce is ready, put the ravioli on the boiled water for few minutes and then after drained them. Next add the sauce and some parmesan cheese!

If you want to write it as a recipe, you should ommit personal forms e.g. Add eggs, slice tomatoe instead of then you add/you slice.

It's done really good! :))

Ciao!

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Quite easy, I'm Italian! HAHAHAHAHA THAT'S FUNNY, YOU MADE MY DAY :-)))

While you boil the water, you need to prepare the souce, in this case you have to chop some vegetable, carrots, onion, fry them with some spoons of oil, then add some meat, half a glass of wine, then tomato souce and some water. Then let it boil for 45/60 minutes at low/medium fire. When the souce is ready, put the ravioli into the boiled water for some minutes and then after drained them, add the souce and some parmigiano cheese!

YUMMY! LOOKS LIKE YOU KNOW HOW TO COOK DELICIOUS MEALS, YOU WRITE IN SO MUCH DETAIL. BRAVO!

YOUR ENGLISH IS ALSO VERY GOOD! WELL DONE

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Hai fatto un ottimo lavoro (e forse sei anche un ben cuoco :))

Quite easy, I'm Italian!

While you boil the water, you need to prepare the sauce, which means* you have to chop some vegetables, carrots, onion, and sautè them with a few spoonfuls of oil, then add some meat, half a glass of wine, then tomato souce and some water. Let it come to a boil, then let it simmer for 45/60 minutes over a low/medium fire. When the sauce is ready, put the ravioli in the boiled water for some minutes and then after draining* them, add the sauce and some parmigiano cheese!

Some notes on the corrections/suggested changes:

*you can say "in this case", but it's more natural to say something more like ... "this/that means, or which means" ..

Since you fry the vegetables lightly, the more specific term would be "sautè". If you're going to keep the sauce at a low boil, the term is "simmer" :)

*for that last sentence,you can also say: add the sauce and then, after you have drained them ...

I hope that helps! Buon appetito ;)

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Certo che sono un buon cuoco!! ;) Thanks

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Prego! Scusa, buon ... come il buon pasto e come sono una buongustaia :-D

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Buon appetito?? Intendevi questo?