19 Top-Notch Ravioli Recipes

19 Top-Notch Ravioli Recipes

You can't beat classic cheese raviolis, but every once in a while we like to try an adventurous recipe like nacho and pumpkin!

Pumpkin Ravioli: This mildly seasoned filling makes for an unexpected, though delicious, ravioli that needs no sauce. You can call it "pumpkin pie in pasta."

Nacho Ravioli: Instead of using spaghetti sauce for your ravioli, use heated up salsa. Add some shredded cheddar cheese and black olives.

Squash Ravioli: Butternut squash and basil not only provide the delicious filling for these ravioli, but also excellent nutrients.

Ravioli Marinara with Eggplant: This delicious ravioli will make the whole family smile. The eggplants are delicious, and adding shrimp and fish is plain genius!

Chocolate Nutella Ravioli: Try ravioli for dessert with this sweet treat!

Cheese Ravioli with Fresh Vegetables: Small mini cheese ravioli served tossed with fresh roasted red peppers, zucchini moons, sliced black olives and parsley.

Gorgonzola Walnut Ravioli with Sage Butter: You could use any pasta here, but the ravioli named in the title makes this dish positively decadent. I got this pasta at Trader Joes, my new favorite place to shop.

Ravioli Sophia: Ravioli Sophia are stuffed with cheese and spinach puree, and served with a typical Italian tomato and mushroom sauce.

Baked Ravioli: This baked ravioli dish is good by itself or you can serve it with a nice side salad and garlic toast. Whatever tickles your fancy!

Low-Fat Cheese Ravioli: This homemade recipe is fabulously healthy and delicious.

Lobster Ravioli: Use pre-made lobster ravioli and jazz it up by creating your own creamy sauce.

Far-Out Ravioli: A delicious walnut sauce is the star of this recipe.

Ravioli Lasagna: This is a fun way to make lasagna when you're looking to change it up a little.

Ravioli Stroganoff: This baked ravioli dish is a different way to do pasta with fabulous flavor from the Italian seasoning.

Olive Garden Toasted Ravioli: You can make these easily at home by using a package of ravioli. We like to use other types of ravioli for this dish.

Ravioli Salad: A pasta salad that is cooked warm but then cooled off for an hour or so and added on top of lettuce.

Ravioli Soup: If you don't have any soy sauce or you don't like the flavor, try using oyster sauce as a substitute.

Ravioli Roll-Ups: Quick and easy meal all the kids in your family are sure to enjoy.

Cheesy Ravioli Casserole: Enjoy this cheesy pasta dish made in a slow cooker!

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