Oven Fried Ravioli

"This is very simple but very good. Can be an appetizer or a main dish. I clipped this out of a Woman's World magazine and I was so glad I tried it."
photo by Marie Nixon photo by Marie Nixon
photo by Marie Nixon
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30 ravioli




  • Cook ravioli according to package; drain.
  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Coat a non stick baking sheet with cooking spray.
  • In a bowl combine 2/3 cup sour cream with milk.
  • In a separate bowl combine breadcrumbs with parmesan cheese, 1 Tablespoon parsley and pepper.
  • If necessary pat ravioli dry.
  • Dip ravioli into sour cream mixture; shaking off excess.
  • Coat ravioli with breadcrumb mixture.
  • Arrange ravioli on the baking sheet coated with cooking spray.
  • Bake until golden, 10 to 13 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, combine pesto with lemon juice, remaining sour cream and parsley.
  • Serve ravioli with sauce.

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  1. Nanette T.
    Curious, why it s called fried, when it is actually baked?
  2. Rachie P
    So fun! And Easy! I served it with a meat marinara sauce, and my DH and I both agreed next time to leave the meat out - it was too overwhelming since the raviolis were so delicious on their own! (and that's saying something, he has to have meat at every meal!) I only used abou 1/4 c of sour cream to mix with the milk, and I used dried parsely - still turned out great!
  3. TexasKelly
    These were pretty good. I didn't make the sauce because I am not a pesto fan, so i just mixed some green onion, salt & pepper into some sour cream, and we dipped our ravioli in that. My husband raved about it-- he likes it when I try new things for dinner, so all in all this recipe was a success.
  4. Marie Nixon
    I baked them a little longer than stated to get them very crispy. It is a messy job to dip the ravioli in the sour cream mixture and then the bread crumbs. Maybe my mixture was too thick.
  5. Kim127
    Very tasty treat!! Directions were easy to follow. I baked the raviolis a little longer than stated so they would be a litle crispy. I liked the pesto/sour cream sauce, but they were even better with marinara to dip in!!



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