Jun 162012
 

I was introduced to cooking by my mom and grandfather. Both of them are strict followers of recipes and don’t dare to deviate from the traditional recipes passed on to them by their parents and hence their cooking yields an authentic taste. In the current trend of “no time” for anything and everything I tend to lean towards semi-home made cooking. Its such a boon to have few ingredients readily available and it makes life so much easier to tend to everyone’s needs. By saying this, I am breaking my mom’s rules but I believe that “Rules are formed to break”, with very few exceptions as in life threatening situations such as driving. With that view in mind, I took up “Cooking with ready made stuff” as my this week’s theme.

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As most of you who have been reading my blog know about my daughter’s fetish for Italian foods, begged me to make “Fried Ravioli” after spotting it on one of Giada’s books. I used frozen spinach & cheese ravioli and the fried version tasted more like little Italian Samosas. My son who would rather eat curd rice than Italian food tried and happily munched on these cute triangles without a word. I’m sure you can forgive yourself for indulging in some tasty bites once in a while. Go on, try it and lemme know!!!

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Ingredients:

Frozen Ravioli — 15 to 20 raviolis (Cheese or any other type of frozen raviolis can be used)

Milk — 1/2 cup

Italian Bread Crumbs — 1/2 to 3/4 cup

Oil — for frying

Marinara Sauce — for drying

Method:

Thaw frozen ravioli. Heat oil for frying. Take milk in a shallow bowl and bread crumbs in another bowl. When oil becomes hot, dip each ravioli in milk and then toss in bread crumbs to coat uniformly. Deep fry and flip after a minute. When it turns golden brown drain on paper towel. Serve with a side of marinara sauce for dipping. Enjoy!!!

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My Day 1, week 3, BM#17 under “Cooking with ready made stuff”. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#17

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  23 Responses to “Fried Ravioli with Marinara Sauce”

  1. They look super cute. You are so lucky to get frozen ravioli.

  2. These look so good – I buy Spinach & Cheese Ravioli a lot from Costco. Will def. try these next time I get a bag.

  3. Those fried ones are looking so tempting!

  4. amazing….so temptiing

  5. I doubt whether we get this in Chennai…Loos delicious!!!

  6. Wowie, very tempting!!!!!

  7. Looks marvellous,irresistible and yummy..feel like having some.

  8. FRied ravioli does looks like samosa.. 🙂 Good recipe!

  9. Lovely crunchy snack! Looks fabulous!

  10. Wow just woooow jayanthi beautiful pictures and fantastic recipe will try this for sure.

  11. Thanks Everyone….good to hear your thoughts.

  12. Those cute triangles look so inviting….

  13. My kids love ravioli, but I have not tried fried ones before. Inviting.

    Vardhini
    Event: Kid’s Delight

  14. Those fried ravioli look sinful and delicious. yumm..

  15. Never ever thought could eat raviolis like this.. Wonderful idea.
    They look very tempting..

  16. cute n tempting! agree that they are like Italian samosas!

    Veggie/Fruit A Month-June (Blueberry)

  17. love the variation..so what once in awhile fried is ok…looks grt with that sauce.

  18. Wow…awesome snack idea..having some ravioli,will try it for sure.Thanks for sharing 🙂

  19. Awesome …nice recipe

  20. Nice clicks. Its making me hungry now!

  21. They look super cute.

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