Food and the City: Fried Ravioli

January 31, 2013

Fried Ravioli


I could pretty much smother anything in bread crumbs and fry it.

And you know what? It would still taste delicious. Bread crumbs make everything delicious. Even if you burn a few ^^.... ummmph. Sorry. But do you just know how hard it is to take pictures while cooking? Especially when you're a perfection freak and have to take the same.exact.picture 40 times because you just need options in your life and, ya know, what if all the other pictures you took spontaneously get deleted from your computer at the same time? That would suck.

So some may have come out a bit crispier then others, but, so what? Don't turn your nose up at me. I see right through you. Don't think I don't know about those nights your head is shoved in the freezer, serving spoon in hand, while you assault your face with ice cream at 2am. Okay?

lololololz I'm really losing my mind.
Oh but hey, these would be great for super bowl.

Fried Ravioli 

Cheese Ravioli's (either store bought or fresh)
2 Cups Whole wheat bread crumbs
2 Eggs
Olive Oil for frying
Marinara sauce for dipping

Cook and drain your raviolis. Crack your egg and spread your bread crumbs out in 2 separate dishes.
Pour enough olive oil in a frying pan to fill about 2 inches. Turn on high medium-high heat. While oil is heating, dip each ravioli in your egg and then dredge them in the bread crumbs.

Place each ravioli in your oil, working in batches if you have to, and allow to fry for 2-3 minutes on each side. Transfer to a paper towel lined dish to drain.

Serve warm with a side of marinara sauce for dipping!