Air Fryer Ravioli is a light version of deep-fried pasta. You have a breaded ravioli that is air fried to a crispy outside with a cheese filling. The perfect fried ravioli appetizer or even dinner to serve up your family.
Air Fryer Ravioli
Cheese filled ravioli that is breaded with bread crumbs and then air fried to crispy texture. Skip ordering fried ravioli and marinara sauce from the restaurant, and make your own today!
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Main Ingredients For Air Fried Ravioli
- Fresh Ravioli | Cheese, meat, or spinach filled. Buy whatever you want.
- Breadcrumbs | This is going to give the crunchy texture.
- Egg | The binder to help the breadcrumb mixture stick to the ravioli.
- Parmesan | Added flavoring to the breadcrumbs!
How to Make Air Fryer Fried Ravioli
Step 1: In a bowl, you will want to add parmesan cheese and combine bread crumbs, paprika, and salt, and pepper. Stir it up, to give it an even mix.
Step 2: Now you will dip your ravioli one at a time in an egg mixture. Then you will dip ravioli in bread crumbs, and then place ravioli in a single layer in an air fryer basket, or tray.
Step 3: Repeat the process, making sure you only do a single layer and don’t overlap the ravioli.
Then spritz ravioli’s with cooking oil, and air fry at 350 degrees and cook for 10 minutes or until golden brown.
Tools Needed For Recipe
Tips for Making Air Fried Ravioli
- Do single layers, don’t overcrowd or ravioli will not evenly cook. Batch cook the pasta.
- Serve with Pesto sauce, marinara, tomato sauce, ranch or any other dippers you want.
- Don’t use a cooking spray as that can be bad for your trays in air fryer.
- Fry until golden brown, if need flip the ravioli half way through cooking.
- Fresh ravioli taste best but you can use frozen ravioli if that is all you have.
Can I Make Fried Ravioli In Oven
Line baking sheet with parchment paper. Dip your ravioli as directed. Then lay in a single layer.
Bake at 400 and spritz with oil, and then cook for 8 minutes, flip and cook another 5-8 minutes or until golden and crispy.
Can I Use Frozen Ravioli
I have not made this recipe with frozen. But if you want to use frozen cook as directed on the back of the box. Drain and allow the ravioli to cool.
Then mix up the pasta and breadcrumbs and cook accordingly.
Want More Pasta Recipes
- 2 Cups fresh ravioli
- 1 Egg, beaten
- 1 Cup breadcrumbs or Panko
- ⅓ Cup parmesan cheese
- ½ Teaspoon paprika
- 1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Oil Spray
- In a bowl beat your egg and set aside.
- Now grab another bowl and add your bread crumbs, Italian seasoning, parmesan cheese, paprika, and salt and pepper. Mix and set aside as well.
- Dip one fresh ravioli in the egg mixture, shake off excess. Then roll in the breadcrumb mix.
- Place on air fryer tray or basket. Repeat the process. Make sure to do a single layer of pasta.
- Use an oil spritzer and spritz pasta with the oil, and then do 400 for 5-8 minutes. Every air fryer cooks differently so make sure to watch the pasta.
- Cook until the outside of the ravioli gets golden brown in color. You can flip halfway through the air frying if you need it.
- Once done remove and place on a platter, and repeat cooking until all pasta is fried up. Pair your air fryer ravioli with marinara sauce, pesto, tomato sauce or even ranch for dipping.
If you use frozen ravioli cook the pasta as directed on the box, then dip and fry.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 122Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 24mgSodium: 235mgCarbohydrates: 14gFiber: 1gSugar: 1gProtein: 5g
This information is automatically calculated by third-party software, including but not limited to the Create or Bake Me Some Sugar. For accurate nutrition, I suggest running the ingredients in your own system to get a more accurate reading. Nutritional information is approximate and automatically calculated, and should only be viewed as an indication.