Toasted Ravioli Tips
Can you use other kinds of ravioli in a toasted ravioli recipe?
Definitely! You can use fresh refrigerated ravioli or your own homemade ravioli
with equally good results. If you or your guests follow a vegetarian diet, feel free to use cheese, mushroom, pumpkin or another non-meat ravioli of your choice.
How else can you cook toasted ravioli?
In addition to frying ravioli on the stovetop or in an electric skillet, you can also air-fry ravioli
or bake in the oven. For the best results, we recommend thawing frozen ravioli before cooking. But if you’re in a rush, just cook it for a few extra minutes, about 4-5 minutes total.
How do you reheat toasted ravioli?
We recommend reheating toasted ravioli in an oven or air fryer. To reheat in the oven, place toasted ravioli on a baking sheet and heat for 10-15 minutes in a 375°F oven, flipping halfway through. Feel free to use the broiler for quicker results.
To reheat in an air fryer, spritz the ravioli with a little oil. Place in a single layer in a 350° air fryer for 3-5 minutes or until crisp.
We don’t recommend microwaving toasted ravioli, as the crispy outer coating will likely become soggy.
Looking for more ways to cook with ravioli? Here are some of our favorite ravioli recipes
—Amy Glander, Taste of Home Book Editor
1 piece: 73 calories, 5g fat (1g saturated fat), 6mg cholesterol, 117mg sodium, 6g carbohydrate (1g sugars, 1g fiber), 2g protein.