Super Duper Easy Fried Ravioli - Yum!
Blue Ribbon Recipe
Super duper easy and delicious! Using a pre-made ravioli makes these so simple to prepare. The added seasoning to the egg mixture adds a pop of flavor to the ravioli. They fry up nice and crunchy. The dipping sauces are a must and bring a bold flavor to the dish. Using different spices and creating two different flavor profiles will make party goers taste buds very happy. The Test Kitchen
·Italian and plain Panko bread crumbs (use your judgment, I used about 1 1/2 to 2 cups of each)
1/2cap Mrs. Dash Italian seasoning
1/2cap Mrs. Dash Southwest seasoning
1/4 tspground cayenne pepper
·fresh ground black pepper and salt
2bags frozen ravioli one with cheese the other meat and cheese, thawed
·canola oil for frying
·1 jar marinara sauce (24 oz) and 1 jar salsa (15 oz)
How to Make Super Duper Easy Fried Ravioli - Yum!
- Italian Style Fried Ravioli
After the cheese ravioli is thawed pat dry and set aside. In a shallow bowl beat 2 eggs with the capful of Mrs. Dash's Italian Seasoning Blend, mix well. In the next bowl, place the Italian panko bread crumbs, add a dash or 2 of salt, and a couple of turns of freshly ground pepper, mix.
- Southwestern Fried Ravioli
After the meat & cheese ravioli is thawed pat dry and set aside, in a shallow bowl beat 2 eggs with the capful of Mrs. Dash's Southwest Seasoning Blend, mix well. In the next bowl place the plain Panko bread crumbs, add a dash or 2 of salt, and a couple of turns of freshly ground pepper and the cayenne pepper, mix.
- Note: There are so many variations to this recipe and if you make your own ravioli then the variations are endless! I was very pleased how my first run on this turned out and will be adding other variations in the future. Like spinach, portabella mushroom and cheese ravioli!