Air Fryer Ravioli Recipe
- Yield: 4
- Servings: 4
- Prep Time: 5m
- Cook Time: 10m
- Ready In: 15m
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Saturated Fat1.1 g
Trans Fat1.3 g
Unsaturated Fat1.0 g
Air fryer ravioli recipe. Ravioli fried in an air fryer is an easy recipe that can be enjoyed by the whole family. It tastes just like your favorite pasta dish but is made with fewer calories and fat. You can make fried ravioli with your favorite pasta and sauce, or with chopped veggies.
What are the benefits of cooking with an air fryer?
Air fryers are the latest addition to kitchen appliance lineups.
First of all, they use less oil than deep-frying or pan-frying. This makes them a healthier alternative to traditional cooking methods. Secondly, they cook food quicker than other methods. This is really great if you need your food cooked in no time but don’t want to make your stomach suffer for it! Finally, they are much more compact than some other cooking appliances like ovens or microwaves. This means that you can store them easily in any kitchen without it taking up too much space!
What are the health benefits of air-fried ravioli?
Air-fried ravioli is a popular dish that many people enjoy. The benefits of air frying it is that it is less greasy and you can cook more at one time.
One of the health benefits of air frying is that it cooks quicker and you don’t need to add oil to traditional fryers. Air frying also creates the same crispy texture as deep-frying without the oil, so it can be a healthier alternative.
Exposure to high levels of cooking oils has been linked to increased risks for heart disease and cancer, so when you avoid using cooking oils when doing air frying, there are fewer risks for these diseases.
What is the difference between boiling and frying ravioli?
Boiling ravioli is a technique for preparing pasta and sauce — the ravioli is cooked in a pot of boiling water. The pasta can also be boiled with other ingredients, such as vegetables. Boiled ravioli is usually tossed with sauce after cooking, but it can also be served dry, without any sauce at all.
Frying ravioli means that you’re coating the outside of the dumplings with bread crumbs and frying them in a pan or deep fryer. This creates a crispy surface on the outside and ensures that they’re hot and delicious on the inside.
Air Fryer Ravioli Recipe
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- 1 cup breadcrumbs
- 2 tablespoons Italian seasoning
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 1 package frozen ravioli, thawed
In a shallow bowl, combine Italian seasoning and breadcrumbs. Mix well. Put beaten eggs in another shallow bowl.
Dip the thawed ravioli into the egg mixture, then coat with breadcrumb mixture. Flip and cover both sides.
Place breaded ravioli in the air fryer basket. Fry at 350 F (175 C) for 8-10 minutes, flipping halfway through.
Remove fried ravioli from the fryer and transfer them to a serving plate. Serve with marinara sauce.