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Reader: Gretchen Kurtz's stuffed-dough list needs to get stuffed

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While the buffalo empanadellas at Bocadillo needed more pop in both the filling and the sauce, the special got Gretchen Kurtz thinking about other stuffed dough dishes she's loved in Denver. On Wednesday, she served up five of her favorites, including the agnolotti at DiFranco's. See also: Five favorite stuffed dough dishes in Denver

Says Kiko:

Stuffed sopapilla @Santiago's? Chile relleno burrito @Taco de Mexico? Cannoli's @Lechuga's? I challenge the validity of this list: you can do better than this...

Did we miss some of the best stuffed-dough dishes in Denver? List your favorites in the comments section below.


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