I love ravioli.
In fact, I love most Italian food but I think ravioli might be one of my favorites. But making pasta at home? Not so much. I mean, I’m sure I could do it and I probably will someday. But right now in my life? I don’t think my life right now is up for making homemade pasta.
So when I stumbled upon the great idea of using wonton wrappers to make ravioli, I was sold. (As an aside, I love the Nasoya brand that most grocery stores sell. They have just a few simple ingredients, no GMOs and no MSG. Pretty close to perfect.)
To learn how to make these simple ravioli, check out the directions below.
1/2 stick of butter
1/2 tsp fresh garlic
1 tsp dried sage
1. Mix the first four ingredients in a small-ish bowl.
2. Lay your wonton wrappers out.
3. Place 1/2 tbsp of filling on each wonton wrapper
4. Moisten the edges of two sides with a little water.
5. Fold over (into a triangle, not a rectangle) and press sides together. (The water should make it stick nicely.)
6. Meanwhile, bring a pot of water to boil.
7. Once the water is boiling, cook each ravioli in the boiling water for three minutes (or a little less). I work in batches. I do 4-5 at a time. I’ve found if you do more, they start sticking together.
8. Using a slotted spoon, remove the ravioli from the pot and place it on a plate to drain slightly. Do not pile them up on top of each other or they will stick together.
9. To make the sauce, melt butter in a saucepan. Add garlic and sage. Simmer until the garlic browns. Pour over the ravioli and serve immediately!