½cupplain breadcrumbsuse Panko for extra crispy ravioli
½cupbuttermilkor egg, lightly beaten
1 9-ouncepackage cheese raviolithawed if frozen
1cupmarinara saucestore-bought, or make your own dipping sauce using the recipe to follow
The Quick Tomato Dipping Sauce:
8ouncecan tomato sauce
If the ravioli are frozen, allow them to defrost prior to cooking.
Preheat the air-fryer to 350 degrees F. Most air fryers do not have a preheat feature, so turn it on set the temperature, and let it run 3 to 5 minutes prior to using.
Combine the breadcrumbs, oregano, basil, parmesan cheese, and cayenne pepper in a medium-size shallow bowl.
Pour the buttermilk (or beaten egg) into a separate medium-size shallow bowl.
Dip a few ravioli at a time into the egg and then toss them in the breadcrumb mixture to coat evenly.
For the Air Fryer:
Place the ravioli onto a rack or inside the basket of your air fryer. Continue until the rack or basket is full. Make sure the ravioli have plenty of space (¼-inch) in between each. You may have to cook more than one batch at a time.
Place the rack or basket of ravioli inside the preheated air fryer. Set the temperature to 350 degrees for 4 to 8 minutes, or until crispy and golden brown. Repeat until all the ravioli are cooked. (see notes)
For the Conventional Oven:
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. (Convection Bake if you have that setting)
Place the ravioli on a large sheet pan leaving ¼-inch space between each ravioli.
Bake for 5 to 7 minutes, flip the ravioli over. Return the ravioli back to the oven and continue to bake for an additional 5 to 7 minutes, or until the ravioli are crispy and golden brown.
Meanwhile, warm the marinara in a small saucepan. Alternatively, whisk together the ingredients of the tomato sauce in a small saucepan over medium-low heat, until warmed through; about 3 to 5 minutes.
Remove the ravioli from the air fryer or oven and serve immediately with the prepared tomato sauce.
If you don’t have buttermilk, use an egg instead.Use Panko for extra-crispy ravioli.If your air fryer has racks you can cook ravioli on multiple racks, but swap them out halfway through. If your air fryer doesn’t have racks, I recommend flipping the ravioli about halfway through to ensure even cooking.Time may vary based on your size and brand of your air fryer.Calories are calculated based on the homemade quick tomato dipping sauce. Reference your jar of marinara if using a storebought brand. For nutrition information see our POLICIES AND DISCLAIMERS page.
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