To start, all you need to do is line a large baking sheet with paper. Then, use a shallow bowl to whisk half a cup of milk with two large eggs. In another bowl, combine a quarter of a cup of parmesan and one cup of Italian bread crumbs with a little salt and pepper.
Dip Your Parcels
Take your ravioli one at a time, and dip them in the egg before moving to the breadcrumbs. Once they are covered, place them on the tray and freeze the parcels for 30 minutes until they are solid.
Fry Them Up
If you want to fry your ravioli, then heat around two inches of oil in a pan to around 365 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, add the pasta one batch at a time until it’s golden all around, usually three or four minutes. Remove the ravioli and place them on kitchen towel to drain before sprinkling with more parmesan.
Opt For An Air Fryer
If you want to use an air fryer, place one batch at a time into your device. Cook the parcels at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for seven minutes. Finally, remove from the air fryer and top the pasta with more parmesan.
Both cooking options give a whole new way to eat ravioli. The best bit? Toasted ravioli is great to serve up as appetizers or canapés at your next dinner party. Just be sure to offer some marinara sauce for dipping to take your guests’ taste buds on an adventure.