Warning: this post may disappoint you...
Although this recipe is title “homemade” raviolis, I took a few shortcuts… The homemade part refers to the filling as I used wonton wrappers for the dough and didn’t venture in preparing my own dough for the pasta.
Firstly, I have never made fresh pasta and I wouldn’t know where to start (it’s on my “Need to learn how to make this” list).
Secondly, as I mentioned many times on this blog I’m lazy and these little squares of already-made dough are the perfect size, thickness and quick to prepare.
So all that to say I’m sorry this is not a post to prepare delicious ravioli completely form scratch but I promise you that the end result is really delicious!
You can make these raviolis in advance and freeze them.
To serve, you can top the raviolis with your favourite sauce: tomato, rosé, a creamy mushroom sauce, or a fresh basil pesto.
I personally like to heat up a couple of tablespoons of olive oil in a pan and sauté two chopped cloves of garlic. Add the cooked pasta to the pan and toss to coat each piece with the olive oil & garlic. Top with freshly ground Parmesan cheese.