Olive Garden Toasted Ravioli

Total Time
12mins
Prep
2 mins
Cook
10 mins

You can make these easily at home by using a package of ravioli. We like to use other types of ravioli for this dish. From Copykat.com (http://www.copykat.com)

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Ingredients

Nutrition
  • 1 (16 ounce) package meat ravioli (fresh or frozen -thaw if frozen)
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 14 cup water
  • 1 teaspoon garlic salt
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 cup plain breadcrumbs
  • 1 teaspoon italian seasoning

Directions

  1. Mix water with eggs and beat well, set aside.
  2. Mix Italian seasonings and garlic salt with the bread crumbs and set this aside.
  3. Measure flour in bowl and set aside.
  4. Heat vegetable oil in deep fryer or skillet to 350 degrees for deep frying.
  5. Dip ravioli in flour then in the egg wash then in bread crumbs and carefully place in hot oil.
  6. Fry until golden, remove from oil and drain.
  7. Serve with you favorite marinara sauce.
Most Helpful

4 5

This is sooooo time consuming but sooooo worth it. They are DELICIOUS! I think they might even be better than Olive Gardens. I used a deep fat fryer once to make them, and I can tell you I won't be doing that again. I've made them in a skillet with about 1-1/2" of oil, but next time, I'm going to try baking them. I don't know how well that will work, but I think it might make things go faster. These are definitely a special occasion appetizer. Thanks for posting. I've added this one to my "Permanent Collection" Smiles!

5 5

i didn't have a chance to thaw the frozen ravioli, so I cooked them in boiling water until they rose to the top, drained them on a clean dish towel and then followed the recipe. I served them with the roasted garlic sauce Tortellini With Roasted Garlic Sauce (Appetizer)...once you start you can't stop

4 5

Made this as recipe states, except I used cheese ravioli. They turned out pretty good, just a bit messy, as is anything you dip in egg and bread crumbs. I actually made these the same time as I made the olive garden fried mozz. sticks recipe, and the mozz. sticks were really messy in my deep fryer. But because I used the cheese ravioli, they were pretty much mozz. sticks, so I don't think I'd ever make the mozz. sticks again--but would definately make the cheese ravioli because it turns out just like square mozz. "sticks". So thanks for the recipe, I'm not sure how often I will make them, but will definately make them again.