Fried Ravioli Recipe

Fried Ravioli from MomOnTimeout.com | So delicious and perfectly paired with a marinara dipping sauce!  #recipe #appetizer

Do I have a recipe for you today!  Fried Raviolis! So unbelievably delicious – and easy too!  Several years ago I discovered Kikkoman Panko Bread Crumbs and it changed the way I cook.  Panko bread crumbs are perfect for baking OR frying and provide that satisfying crunch to so many recipes.  Many people don’t realize that Panko bread crumbs work well in both sweet and savory dishes.  Check out the recipes for Crispy Baked French Toast and Apple Cranberry Crisp.  Panko crumbs can be seasoned to create perfect flavor as well as that crunchy goodness.   

Kikkoman was kind enough to send me some recipe suggestions as well as a sampling of their many products.  Of course wanted to come up with my own recipe and I think you’re going to love it just as much as I do.  My husband has already requested this for a game-day appetizer :)  I served this with some warm marinara dipping sauce and it was a hit with hubby and the kiddos!

Ingredients:
1/2 c Kikkoman Panko bread crumbs
1/2 c Italian seasoned bread crumbs
1 tsp Italian seasoning
1/2 tsp kosher salt
10-14 store bought fresh ravioli – not frozen (I used jumbo four-cheese)
2 eggs
1/3 c milk
oil for frying
marinara sauce for dipping (optional)

Directions:

Bring ravioli and eggs to room temperature.
Combine the bread crumbs, Italian seasoning, and salt in a shallow bowl.
Whisk together the eggs and milk in another bowl.

Dip the raviolis in the egg mixture and then dredge in the bread crumb mixture.  Repeat this a a second time so they are double-dipped :)  Let the raviolis set on a rack while the oil is coming up to temp.
You can either deep-fry or pan-fry the raviolis.  You are looking for a temperature of 350-375. 

The raviolis take about 3 minutes to cook.  Flip them over about halfway through to make sure they are cooking evenly.  Once they are a nice golden color – take them out!  The raviolis will puff up slightly just as they would if you boiled them.

Serve them warm or at room temperature.   A warm marinara makes the perfect dipping sauce for this tasty appetizer.

Fried Ravioli Recipe

Fried Ravioli Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1/2 c Kikkoman Panko bread crumbs
  • 1/2 c Italian seasoned bread crumbs
  • 1 tsp Italian seasoning
  • 1/2 tsp kosher salt
  • 10-14 store bought fresh ravioli - not frozen (I used jumbo four-cheese)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/3 c milk
  • oil for frying
  • marinara sauce for dipping (optional)

Instructions

  1. Bring ravioli and eggs to room temperature.
  2. Combine the bread crumbs, Italian seasoning, and salt in a shallow bowl.
  3. Whisk together the eggs and milk in another bowl.
  4. Dip the raviolis in the egg mixture and then dredge in the bread crumb mixture. Repeat this a a second time so they are double-dipped :) Let the raviolis set on a rack while the oil is coming up to temp.
  5. You can either deep-fry or pan-fry the raviolis. You are looking for a temperature of 350-375.
  6. The raviolis take about 3 minutes to cook. Flip them over about halfway through to make sure they are cooking evenly.
  7. Once they are a nice golden color - take them out! The raviolis will puff up slightly just as they would if you boiled them.
  8. Serve them warm or at room temperature.
  9. A warm marinara makes the perfect dipping sauce for this tasty appetizer.
http://www.momontimeout.com/2012/01/fried-raviolis-appetizer-recipe/

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  1. I’d like to try the panko parmesan chicken. My family would love it! I LOVE panko bread crumbs and use them whenever I need bread crumbs.

  2. My family will eat anything if I fry it. This looks like a great snack and cheaper than ordering it from take out. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Oh my gosh! I am so making these!!! And then I’m going to eat every last one of them!!! =o)

  4. The Panko Parmesan CHicken looks heavenly! Is it bad that I love anything fried???

  5. I’d like to try the sweet and sour pork
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  6. Patricia Wojnar Crowley

    I’d love to try the Black Pepper Beef Stir-Fry

  7. i like to try bourbon teriaka chicken

  8. These seriously sound so good!

  9. Looks great- I have been wanting to try this. Thanks for the chance

  10. Anything fried in panko is a winner in my book! YUM!

  11. I would love to try those fried raviolis. But most anything with bread crumbs is a hit in this house.

  12. Hello! Yummy! This recipe looks delicious!!! Thank you for a great new recipe to try! Best To You! ~Beth

  13. My girlfriend was just talking about these bread crumbs…now I know what she was talking about! I’ll have to send her over so she can see this recipe! I have to try it too – looks so good!

    New follower!
    Cheers ~ Mary (SweetLittleBluebird.com)

  14. I would like to try Bourbon Teriyaki Chicken.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  15. I loved fried ravioli and your recipe makes them sound very easy. I’ll have to give them a try. Visiting from Making you Crave Monday!

  16. @Heather Lynne It took me less than twenty minutes to make these – including heating the oil :) I hope you give them a try! Thanks for stopping by Mom On Timeout!

  17. These look so delicious! I will have to give this recipe a try!

  18. I love using these bread crumbs on tilapia! Can’t wait to try these!

  19. Mmmm…as if raviolo isn’t good by itself, you have to FRY it!

  20. I would like to try the spicy ramen noodle salad.

  21. Those look delicious…I love fried raviolis!!

  22. Trish, these look delicious! I bet they’d make great Superbowl snacks!

  23. YUM! Can’t wait to try it out. I posted this to pinterest so you may get a ton of traffic because these look AMAZING!

    Give me a visit if you get a chance:
    http://www.serendipityandspice.blogspot.com

  24. These look YUM!

  25. @Brandi They are definitely on the list :)

  26. These look really good. I used to live in St. Louis, which is the only place I had ever seen Fried Ravioli. It’s commonly on appetizer menus out there. Yum!

  27. Love it, so good! Julie

  28. OOO yum. Thanks for sharing this :)

    If you get a chance, love for you to share this at my Link Party: http://www.jaqsstudio.com/2012/01/made-by-me-13-linky-party-and-features.html

    -Q

  29. I can’t wait to try this recipe! I found you through The Trendy Treehouse link party :)

  30. Fried is good!
    Marinara dipping is good!
    Ravioli is good!
    & you totally combined them!!!

    This recipe looked so awesome I just had to pin it. Thank you for sharing it!

  31. These look so delish. I love fried raviolis. Thanks for sharing. I would love it if you could link this to our linky party going on right now.
    http://www.junkintheirtrunk.blogspot.com/2012/01/link-it-up-wednesday-11.html

  32. This looks delicious! I LOVE anything with panko in it :)

    I’m happy to be your newest follower, and I’m hoping you’ll stop by my BRAND NEW blog and follow me back!!

    Thanks a million :)

  33. Oh Yum! This is easily my most favorite appetizer. Wish I had some right now! Found you via TT’s linky party. Look forward to exploring your blog!

  34. I love raviolis. I fear what would happen to my waste line if I fried them. If you get a chance I’d love it if you linked these up at my January Link Party. http://acraftycook.blogspot.com/2012/01/1-month-of-fun-january-link-up.html

  35. Oh my… these look so TASTY! Panko breadcrumbs are seriously the best too!

  36. Oh dear, this is NOT GOOD for me to read….it looks dangerously delicious! ~Jen @ http://www.icantstopcrafting.blogspot.com

  37. Oh this is one of the only ways I can eat pasta now, and I have always wanted to make it at home!

  38. Trish, these look amazing!!

  39. LOVE. These were first created in St. Louis, my hometown! Except we call them Toasted Ravioli here. You can get them at every restaurant in STL, but nothing like making them at home with the family. Can’t wait to cook ‘em up! OH, and I’ll have to send the recipe to my sister in Chicago. She misses them like crazy!!

  40. Anonymous says:

    They look wonderful!

  41. I love fried Ravioli. Stop in when you have a chance and link it up in my Happy Friday Dip Link up! I’d love to have you! Feel free to link up your other dips, too!

    Susie http://cafescrapper-scrapsoflife.blogspot.com/2012/01/happy-friday-link-up-dips.html

  42. Yummy! Thanks for linking to Things I’ve Done Thursday.

    Melanie
    http://www.bearrabbitbear.com

  43. I’m almost ashamed to say that I’ve never tried panko before! I know my husband would go weak in the knees for this recipe. Thank you so much for sharing it!

    • Oh please try them! I love to use them when I’m baking foods that are normally fried like chicken fingers. The food comes out so nice and crunchy! Let me know what you think if you give them a try :) Thanks for stopping by!

  44. These look absolutely fantastic! I am pinning this so that I can make them soon!

  45. this looks delicious!

    Ces of http://momdaughterstyle.blogspot.com/

  46. Sounds amazing! Can’t wait to try.

  47. the Black Pepper Beef Stir-Fry
    christina moore
    wins4me@msn.com

  48. Those look yum! Thanks for the recipe!!

  49. Just wanted to let you know that I featured this today! Thanks for sharing at Show & Share!

    http://southernlovely.blogspot.com/2012/01/show-share-22-features.html

  50. These sound delish! I just had some at a baby shower over the weekend and now I can make them! Hooray!

    I’d love for you to link up and share: http://tutusandteaparties.blogspot.com/2012/01/pinteresting-party-week-twenty-two.html

  51. oh my goodness YUM. That is all I have to say. YUM. thank you SO much for sharing…. I can’t decide when I am going to make this but it is going to be soon!!!
    Jaime from crafty scrappy happy
    {and thanks for linking up!!!!!}

  52. Hi Trish. I love this idea. I’m going to try this for my next party. Just wanted to thank you for linking up on my Thriving on Thursdays linky party last week. It’s on again tomorrow (Thursday Australian time) and we’d love to see what you’ve been up to.

    Anne @ Domesblissity xx

  53. You have some good recipes I want to try. And your little tykes are adorable.

    By the way, I live in St. Louis where Fried Ravioli originated. The word “ravioli” is singular and plural. There is no such word as “raviolis.”

  54. You have so many yummy recipes! This chili looks so good. We are so glad that you linked up to our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday”. We hope you will come back next Saturday and share another recipe! -The Sisters

  55. I love making these! Yours look great! Following you on Linky Followers. Hope you’ll check out my blog too. http://allison-durhamdeals.blogspot.com

  56. These look so delicious!! :)

  57. Those look really yummy! I have not tried fried ravioli, but this inspires me to want to try it. I am sure this would be a good one for my whole family.

  58. You have no idea how much my mouth is watering right now. I LOVE fried ravioli. I’m going to have to give this a try!!

  59. That looks yummy! Thank you for sharing with Design Dazzle!

  60. This looks so delicious! Beautiful photos. Thanks so much for linking up to Inspire Me Wednesday!:)

  61. I’m wondering if there is a way you could bake these rather than fry them, just to try to make them a bit healthier for a WW member?

  62. Hi, Trish! I included these today as my “I Want to Try” selection in my Party Food Round-Up. Thanks so much for sharing this yummy looking party treat!!
    Tracey @ The Kitchen is My Playground
    http://www.thekitchenismyplayground.com/2013/01/20-party-food-favorites-playground.html

  63. All I can say is I am torn! If I pin it, I will make it. If I make it, I will eat.it.all. And if I do that, my family will disown me. Ah, the dilemma!
    Seriously, want some now.

  64. Can’t wait to try this for the kiddos

  65. Oh Yes!!! My hubby and I LOVE using Panko; just never thought about using it with ravioli. YUM!! Thanks for the recipe! :)

  66. How could I bake the fried raviolis instead of deep frying them?

  67. I make the fried ravioli also, and use Panko. Instead of a milk/egg dip prior to the crumbs, I just coat them with olive oil and then the crumbs and fry. I found Costco has such a great variety of refrigerated ravioli… spinach/cheese, lobster, 4 cheese, and chicken and mozzarella. I like to even make a lasagna with the raviolis instead of lasagna noodles. Thanks for your blog. I like your idea of baking them too! Sue
    Oregon Sue recently posted..Fog ~ Sun ~ Watch Cat ~ Corned Beef Quiche

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