Date Night Three Cheese Ravioli
Say hello to the easiest date night recipe.
With just under a week until Valentines Day, I figured it was time to share these cheesy, delicious pillows of pasta.
I have always found pasta making a fascinating process that I still hope one day to master. But until then, I am completely amazed at the potential of… yes, a wonton wrapper. Who would’ve guessed it?
I find it to be better than homemade pasta dough because of how delicate and thin it creates the pasta to be (which is typical in traditional Italian food). Ahhhh, I really can’t tell you how much we enjoyed these! We are also huuuge pasta lovers so it’s not a surprise we are serious fans.
Going out for Valentines Day is a blast, but some of the best memories I have with Drew are the Valentines Day’s we made dinner for each other. So every year I hope to share some fun date night ideas for those of you staying in for the night!
If you are looking for an easy, delicious, and romantic recipe to enjoy together, I can’t recommend this one enough! Drew and I had so much fun making these together and both agreed it’s a great recipe to make together. Also, the raviolis can be put together in 10 minutes and cook in less than 5 minutes! BOOM.
It’s a recipe approved for any level of cooking! Hoping you love them as much as we do and pair it up with your favorite wine. We chose Waltz Vineyards Dry Stiegel Rose. <3
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Make date night fun with these EASY homemade Three Cheese Ravioli's made with wonton wrappers. Quick and delicious!
In large bowl mix all cheese filling ingredients together - ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan, garlic powder, dried basil, oregano, egg, and salt & pepper.
Scoop 1 tablespoon size serving of cheese filling into center of wonton wrapper. Brush water thoroughly on all edges of wrapper - lay additional wrapper on top, press all air out and seal with fingers. Use a fork to pinch edges of ravioli shut. Repeat process until filling is used up. Dust raviolis with flour to prevent sticking.
In a large pot of boiling water, drop raviolis in and cook for 3 minutes or until they float to the top. Drain. Top with your favorite pasta sauce, herbs, and cheese. Enjoy!