Ingredients

How to make it

  • Heat 2 inches of olive oil in a large frying pan over medium heat until deep-fry thermometer registers 325 degrees F.
  • While the oil is heating, put the buttermilk and the bread crumbs in separate shallow bowls.
  • Working in batches, dip the ravioli in the buttermilk to coat completely, allowing the excess buttermilk to drip back into the bowl.
  • Dredge the ravioli in the bread crumbs.
  • Place the ravioli on a baking sheet, while you coat the remaining ravioli.
  • When the oil is hot, fry the ravioli in batches, turning occasionally, until golden brown, about 3 minutes.
  • Using a slotted spoon, transfer the fried ravioli to paper towels to drain.
  • Sprinkle the ravioli with Parmesan cheese and serve with a bowl of warmed marinara sauce for dipping.

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    " It was excellent "
    unicorn4 ate it and said...
    I loved the idea of this recipe, my three children proved me right, they loved this recipe. Well done. Thank you
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  • cabincrazyone 5 years ago
    This sounds like a great TV watching treat!
    I watched Paula Deen make a slightly changed version of this today. I'm glad I searched before I posted it.
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  • ceriadillard 6 years ago
    I work at a bank that's located in a grocery store, and one day the deli were serving these fried raviolis. I had never heard of it before, they were sooo good. I knew that if I came to this website, I'd find them. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!!!
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    " It was excellent "
    tuilelaith ate it and said...
    I love fried ravs. But my butt does not....LOL! to good to pass up. Thanks for the recipe.
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    " It was excellent "
    tuilelaith ate it and said...
    I love fried ravs. But my butt does not....LOL! to good to pass up. Thanks for the recipe.
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  • auntybea 6 years ago
    That's funny, I just thought of putting a recipe for fried ravioli on the site not 10 minutes ago. Then I saw your butter bean spread recipes and then...voila! Thx!
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  • teddybear601 6 years ago
    I also used frozen ravioli's but I thawed them out for 30 minutes or so. I love them and so does my family.
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  • jencathen 7 years ago
    I read that it originated in St. Louis. I think it is fascinating what recipes can happen from mere accidents!
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  • momof4hearts 7 years ago
    I did this one night just for fun with frozen rav's that were boiled half way and then dried on a paper towel. I didn't do the dredge style and plan too soon. Looks wonderful. My kids love to dip everything. God Bless, Momof4hearts
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  • mrscoach 7 years ago
    This is a St. Louis, MO classic. There is a neighborhood where the Italian immigrants settled called The Hill. Apparently toasted rav's were invented by mistake at a restaurant there years & years ago when a rav was accidently dropped into oil. If you haven't had them before you're in for a treat!
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