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Crispy Frozen Ravioli in Air Fryer

I’ve always been a huge fan of the crispy texture of air fried ravioli, and I just love how the air fryer can create that same delicious texture but with much less guilt. I was thrilled when I discovered that I could cook Frozen Ravioli in Air Fryer! It’s so easy, convenient, and incredibly delicious. Easy Ninja Air Fryer Recipes are absolutely the way to go!

Cooking-Frozen-Ravioli

In fact, it’s so straightforward that it has become a go to appetizer or quick meal on those busy weeknights. You can keep frozen ravioli air fryer simple with just a dusting of garlic salt or get creative with various seasonings. It’s crispy on the outside, soft and cheesy on the inside, and ready in minutes. And the best part? There are two different methods to choose from, depending on how you like your ravioli. (post may contain affiliate links)

How to Cook Frozen Ravioli

Cooking frozen ravioli couldn’t be simpler. You only need the bag of your favorite filled pasta pieces and no thawing is required beforehand. You can make them as a fun snack like this, or layered like lasagna with our baked frozen ravioli recipe.

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  • Frozen ravioli
  • Olive oil spray
  • Garlic salt

But the beauty of this recipe is that you can customize it to your tastes. Want a little heat? Add some chili flakes. Looking for a bit more zest? Try a squeeze of lemon juice. The possibilities are endless! That’s why I love air fryer recipes so much! Try this post for Easy Air Fryer Recipes for Beginners if you’re looking for more.

Air Fryer Frozen Ravioli

Yes of course you can boil these in a pot on your counter and toss with spaghetti sauce. That would be obvious but there is another crispy method that we have figured out and enjoy as a quick snack.

Frozen Ravioli Recipe

How to Cook Frozen Ravioli

Air frying frozen ravioli is a revelation. Once you try it, you might never go back to boiling water again. It’s incredibly straightforward. All you need to do is preheat your air fryer, arrange the frozen ravioli in the basket in a single layer, spray with olive oil, and add your seasonings. Then, you just cook for 10 minutes until crispy and golden brown.

You know, the beauty of using an air fryer to cook your frozen ravioli really can’t be overstated. Not only is it faster and easier than boiling, but it also gives your ravioli a delicious, lightly crisped exterior that’s just irresistible.

This magical kitchen tool circulates hot air around the ravioli, cooking it evenly and quickly while creating a crunchy outside and a perfectly heated filling. Think of it as an upgrade to your usual pasta night. Plus, with no boiling water to watch over, you’re free to take care of other tasks in the kitchen or simply relax. Talk about a win-win!

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Remember to give your ravioli a good shake halfway through the cook time to make sure they cook evenly. You could also mix with a slotted spoon if desired. And voila! In 10 minutes, you’ll have perfectly cooked, delightfully crispy air fried ravioli ready to be dipped in your favorite sauce. This could be a delicious marinara sauce, a creamy alfredo, or even a tangy pesto.

Frozen Ravioli Recipe

While the above method gives you wonderfully crispy ravioli, you may prefer your pasta to be just lightly crisp on the outside, with a softer interior. In that case, this method is for you. You’ll want to start by wrapping the frozen ravioli in damp paper towels and microwaving them for 2-3 minutes until the pasta softens.

Next, transfer them to the air fryer basket, spray with olive oil, add your seasonings, and cook for about 4-6 minutes. You’re looking for the outsides to be lightly crisp, so keep an eye on them to ensure they don’t overcook. And there you have it – your frozen ravioli is transformed into a delicious appetizer, ready to be savored.

Serve with your favorite dipping sauce! You can even use a few of our Dipping Sauce for Wings we have great ones to try here! It gives you so many options and works well for ravioli too.

Air Fryer Frozen Ravioli

Cooking Frozen Ravioli

Regardless of the method you choose, cooking frozen ravioli in the air fryer is a game-changer. It’s an easy, quick, and delicious way to enjoy this classic Italian dish. Just don’t forget to give the ravioli a gentle stir halfway through cooking to ensure they cook evenly. And of course, a sprinkling of parmesan cheese at the end never hurts!

I’m just going to say it: there’s something uniquely satisfying about cooking frozen ravioli in an air fryer. The process is incredibly straightforward and quick, leaving you with perfectly cooked pasta every time. What’s more, air frying allows you to achieve a delightful crispiness on the outside while preserving the tender, gooey goodness inside the ravioli. This method truly takes the convenience of frozen ravioli to the next level.

And let’s not forget the bonus: less oil than traditional deep frying means a healthier meal without sacrificing that beloved crispy texture. Once you try air-fried ravioli, you may find it hard to cook it any other way! And if you need even more air fryer appetizers, check out this post for Air Fryer Appetizers.

Experiment with different flavors and find your favorite combinations. You could try adding Italian seasoning or using a different type of oil spray.

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Air Fryer Toasted Ravioli

Remember, a good air fryer is essential for this recipe. The air fryer basket should be large enough to accommodate a single layer of ravioli without crowding, and it should cook evenly for the best results.

  • Make sure not to overlap the ravioli in the air fryer, as this can cause uneven cooking.
  • Always shake the basket halfway through the cooking time to ensure that the ravioli cook evenly.
  • Spray the ravioli with a light layer of cooking spray. This helps them to get crispy and golden without becoming overly greasy.
  • Experiment with different seasonings. Garlic salt is a simple and delicious option, but there are countless other flavors that would pair well with ravioli.
  • Finally, remember to enjoy the process! Cooking should be fun and experimental. Try different types of ravioli, different sauces, and different cooking methods to find your perfect ravioli recipe.

And that’s all there is to it! Now you’re armed with all the knowledge you need to make perfect air fryer ravioli right in your own home. Whether you like them super crunchy or just lightly crisped on the outside, you’re sure to love the convenience and flavor of this recipe.

Frozen ravioli in the air fryer

Can You cook frozen pasta in an air fryer?

Yes, you absolutely can! Just ensure they’re in a single layer in the air fryer basket to ensure even cooking. No defrosting is necessary. We share here how to make this crispy snack filled with cheese or meat quickly.

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Frozen Ravioli in Air Fryer

Course Appetizer, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword air fryer, beef, cheese, frozen, ninja foodi, ravioli
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings 6
Author The Typical Mom

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Instructions

  • There are two ways to do this; cooking straight from frozen you just preheat air fryer to 350 F for 5 minutes.
  • Pour frozen ravioli into basket, spray with olive oil and seasonings. Cook for 10 minutes until crunchy like chips, shake basket halfway thru.
  • If you don't want them to be super crunchy but just cooked on the outside; get out 4 paper towels and fold in half. Drench with water and gently squeeze out excess, lay on a plate.
  • Spread frozen ravioli in middle and fold wet paper towels over the top. Microwave this way for 2-3 minutes until outer pasta is softened.
  • Then spray air fryer basket and pour inside, spray with olive oil and seasonings, then air fry for about 4-6 minutes, shaking basket halfway thru or until outsides are lightly crisp.

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Nutrition Facts
Frozen Ravioli in Air Fryer
Amount Per Serving (1 oz)
Calories 0
% Daily Value*
Sodium 388mg17%
Potassium 0.1mg0%
Calcium 0.2mg0%
Iron 0.003mg0%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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