Grilled Ravioli

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Well, I’ll be darned if these grilled ravioli weren’t just yummy! They are the perfect party snacks. Just put the ravioli on a hot grill (I used my Weber) for a few minutes. Warm your favorite sauce or sauces. Marinara and pizza sauces are our favorites. But you can use something like an alfredo sauce too. For a party, serve them with several different sauces and watch them disappear!

Grilled Ravioli

Great Crunch. Great Flavor.

The ravioli get a nice crunch on the edges, giving you a great ‘handle’ for holding on to. Like I mentioned, they’re great for a party or that big Superbowl get-together. But, beware. It’s easy to burn them. So keep an eye on them on after you put them on the grill. If it’s your first time making them I suggest you start by grilling just one or two. You can then get a feel for how long they take to cook on your grill. After that you can tackle cooking a bigger batch all at once. Just don’t walk away and leave them un-attended for very long.

Also try my deep-fried ravioli.

Grilled Ravioli
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Grilled Ravioli

Well, I’ll be darned if these grilled ravioli weren’t just yummy! They are the perfect party snacks. Just put the ravioli on a hot grill for a few minutes and serve with a warmed dipping sauce, such as marinara.
Course Appetizer
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Author Mike

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Heat your grill.
  • Place ravioli into a resealable baggie. Add just enough oil to coat the pasta and salt and pepper.
  • Seal the bag and toss to coat.
  • Place ravioli onto the grill and grill 5-8 minutes flipping once. If this is your first time grilling ravioli, don’t be afraid to do a test piece first. I did. And I ate it.
  • Serve with a warmed dipping sauce.

Nutritional values are approximate.

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