I have been following the idea of healthy food in my life for so many years that I can’t remember when it started. Junk food is absent in my fridge and frying is not practiced by me when I cook. But one day my best friend who lives abroad was coming to see me and I tried to remember the dishes she liked. My memory gave me only one word – ravioli. I had to cook food that I hadn’t been eating for so many years, but my friend…We haven’t seen each other for ages. I can do anything for her as well she can for me.
The next point was a recipe. I didn’t have any and if I find it that must be a especial one. Some minutes of search and I got it on this source . Toasted ravioli sounded very unusually to me. I read the instructions and it was clear that I could cook those ravioli.

It was really easy and interesting to dip “meat wrapped in dough” into different ingredients and fry. Yes, frying was such a rare practice for me that I was having fun in the process of cooking. The flavor of fried ravioli caught up with my appetite. I was looking forward to meeting my friend for one more reason – I wanted to eat the dish I had cooked.
We met at last and started our dinner. I want to confess that I am not sorry for eaten by me ravioli. The taste of this dish made our meeting happier. I think I will cook them more often in spite of my denial of fried food as junk. You can change your mind as well.
Garden Toasted Ravioli Garden Toasted Ravioli

Garden Toasted Ravioli
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Ingredients
  1. Meat Ravioli (thawed) – 1 package (16 ounces)
  2. Eggs – 2 pieces
  3. Flour – 1 cup
  4. Breadcrumbs – 1 cup
  5. Water – 1\4 cup
  6. Garlic Salt – 1 teaspoon
  7. Oregano – 1\2 teaspoon
  8. Basil – 1 teaspoon
  9. Parmesan (grated) – for garnish
Instructions
  1. Beat water and eggs together.
  2. Combine oregano, basil, garlic salt and bread crumbs in another bowl
  3. In a third bowl put flour .
  4. Heat oil in a skillet to 350 degrees.
  5. Dip each ravioli in flour, in egg wash and then in breadcrumbs. Put it on plate for 3-5 minutes.
  6. Now dip in oil and fry until golden.
  7. Put to drain on a rack or paper towel.
  8. Parmesan is used to sprinkle with and serve with marinara sauce.
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