Oven Toasted Garlic Herb Cheese Ravioli.
Switch up the average weeknight with these Oven Toasted Garlic Herb Cheese Ravioli. Cheese ravioli coated in garlic and parmesan herbed breadcrumbs, and oven bake until golden and toasted. Serve these crispy, cheesy bites with spicy warmed marinara sauce for the perfect easy appetizer to make from now through the holiday season. There never seems to be enough of these bites…so bake up a double batch and enjoy with family and friends.
Switching it up yet again today and serving up something new, fun, and very delicious. Everyone, say hello to our new favorite appetizer of the season…oven toasted garlic herb cheese ravioli!
I’ve been really trying to share more appetizer recipes with you guys. I’ll be the first to admit, I can get stuck in a one-track frame of mind and only share out new dinner and dessert recipes. But we all know, there are so many other fun and delicious recipes out there to be cooking up.
With the holidays drawing closer, and the fall football season in full-force, now is a good time to explore appetizer/snacks. I’m all about thinking on new dinner ideas. And I love creating a delicious dessert. But I’m having fun brainstorming “snacks” too.
Enter this ravioli. I honestly can’t remember how I landed upon this idea. I was waffling between a handful of recipes, but in the end, I’m so happy I saw this idea through.
Traditionally, this Italian recipe is deep-fried and made minus all the herbs and spices I’ve used here. However, from what I read online, this is not a recipe that originated in Italy, but instead, seems to have originated in – St. Louis!
Since I don’t love deep frying, I decided to oven bake these little bites and add flavor through the herbs and spices. And fortunately, they turned out perfect! And so much easier (plus healthier) than deep frying.
Yes, these bites are easy, here are the details.
I’m not sure it gets much easier than this recipe, these are a great last-minute appetizer to serve up. All you need are cheese ravioli (bonus points if you usehomemade ravioli– not needed, but extra delicious), parmesan, breadcrumbs, garlic, herbs, and spices.
所有的储藏室钉书针给我！嗯，不是馄饨，但我倾向于将自制馄饨在冰箱里或商店购买的馄饨从冰箱里的整个食物中。我喜欢用它们快餐在忙碌的夜晚. Plus, I get the feeling I’ll be using them even more to recreate this recipe throughout the holidays!
Once you’ve got your ravioli situation all figured out, it’s time to assemble.
The breadcrumbs are the KEY. The combination of garlic, basil, oregano, thyme, sage, fennel, and crushed red pepper flakes are my favorite blend of Italian herbs and spices. Tossing this mix with parmesan and breadcrumbs is what really makes this ravioli so good. It’s fresh, herby, garlicky, and spicy. All of my favorite things…plus cheese ravioli!
Simply dip the fresh ravioli through a beaten egg, then dredge through those crumbs. Now, drizzle each ravioli with olive oil. Then simply bake in the oven until golden, crispy, and toasted. In ten minutes you’ll have amazing ravioli to snack on.
Serve these bites alongside your favorite marinara sauce, I always useRao的Arrabbiata Marinara. It is the best store-bought sauce! Not a single ingredient I wouldn’t use within my own homemade sauce and so delicious too.
And everyone loves them! I mean, how could you not? Cheese ravioli coated in seasoned garlic herb crumbs and baked. So very cheesy, herby, and just delicious!
Looking for other fall appetizers?Here are a few ideas:
最后，如果你让这个烤箱烤大蒜草本草本奶酪馄饨一定会发表评论和/或给予这个评分的评分！最重要的是，我喜欢听到你们的消息，并始终尽力回应每次评论。当然，如果你确实制作了这个食谱，请不要忘记标记我Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!
Oven Toasted Garlic Herb Cheese Ravioli
- 2large eggs, beaten
- 1/2cupplain breadcrumbs
- 1/2cupgrated parmesan cheese
- 1clovegarlic, grated
- 1tablespoondried basil
- 1tablespoonfresh thyme leaves（或1茶匙干）
- 2teaspoonschopped fresh sage(or 1/2 teaspoon dried)
- 1teaspooncrushed fennel seed
- 1pinchcrushed red pepper flakes
- kosher salt and black pepper
- 1poundcheese ravioli
- olive oil, for drizzling
- marinara sauce温暖，用于服务
2. Add the eggs to a bowl. Add the breadcrumbs, parmesan, garlic, basil, oregano, thyme, sage, fennel, and a pinch each of red pepper flakes, salt, and pepper to a medium-sized bowl, tossing to combine.
3. Dip the ravioli through the beaten egg, then dredge through the crumb/herb mix, tossing to coat. Arrange in an even layer on the prepared baking sheet. Drizzle each ravioli with olive oil. Bake for 10-12 minutes, until golden and toasted.
4. Serve the ravioli warm, along with warmed marinara sauce for dipping. Enjoy!
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