Frozen Ravioli In Air Fryer

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The air fryer makes delicious fried ravioli that cooks up in minutes! You’ll love this recipe for Frozen Ravioli in the Air Fryer to make crispy ravioli with a soft, melted filling. Add dipping sauce and serve!

hand holding a toasted ravioli

Air Fried Ravioli

No need to fill a pot of water or wait for it to boil! This recipe for ravioli in the air fryer makes delicious, fully-cooked ravioli in less time than it takes for water to boil. You’ll love the crispy texture of these fried ravioli.

air fryer opened to show toasted ravioli

And the filling cooks up perfectly! Soft and melted, the creamy filling is a yummy pairing with the crispy, air-fried outside of the ravioli. So much tastier than traditional ravioli!

This can be a fun appetizer or main course. It’s kid-approved and makes for a unique dish at a dinner party. Serve with various dipping sauces and watch the tasty ravioli’s disappear. 

ravioli in a single layer in air fryer basket

Marinara sauce is our favorite with these ravioli. But Alfredo sauce, cheesy tomato sauce, pesto, or even “dipping” oil (olive with seasonings) would be amazing with these toasty ravioli. We love to serve with ravioli in a big bowl surrounded with various dips for guests to try. It’s always a hit!

Looking for more ideas for items you didn’t realize could go in the air fryer? Check out these Air Fryer Frozen Artichoke Hearts or Zucchini Chips. The air fryer is a workhorse in the kitchen.

air fryer opened to show frozen ravioli inside

How To Cook Ravioli In The Air Fryer

This recipe is all about the oil brushed on the ravioli. It’s necessary for the ravioli to crisp up nice and brown on the outside.

Start by placing frozen ravioli in a single, even layer at bottom of air fryer basket.

package of frozen ravioli in front of air fryer

Next brush with olive oil or vegetable oil, using pastry brush. Flip over and brush both sides.

Cook at 400 degrees for 7 minutes, flipping the ravioli halfway through cooking time (see recipe notes for more details).

Remove ravioli with spatula and serve!

Cooking Tips

  • No need to defrost frozen ravioli. It goes straight in the air fryer!
  • Oil is a must for this recipe. Otherwise the ravioli will cook up too dry
  • Use pastry brush to apply oil. This is the best tool for a light, even application of oil
  • Flipping ravioli halfway through cooking time is optional, but does help them to toast more evenly

air fried ravioli in cooking basket

What To Serve with Air Fryer Frozen Ravioli

If serving as an appetizer, these ravioli go really well with Caprese Salad Skewers Appetizer Bites and Easy Cranberry Goat Cheese Bruschetta.

As a main course, they are delicious topped with this Instant Pot Cherry Tomato Sauce. Serve with a side of Arugula Burrata Salad With Figs or Green Beans Tomato Feta Salad Recipe for a complete meal that will wow your guests.

toasty ravioli on a plate

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Frozen Ravioli in Air Fryer

The air fryer makes delicious fried ravioli that cooks up in minutes! You’ll love this recipe for Frozen Ravioli in the Air Fryer to make crispy ravioli with a soft, melted filling. Add dipping sauce and serve!
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time7 mins
12 mins
Course: Dinner
Keyword: air fryer frozen ravioli
Cooking Method: Air Fryer
Servings: 4 servings

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Ingredients

  • 1 pack frozen ravioli
  • 1 tbsp olive or vegetable oil

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Instructions

  • Start by placing frozen ravioli in a single, even layer at bottom of air fryer basket.
  • Next brush with olive oil or vegetable oil, using pastry brush. Flip over and brush both sides.
  • Cook at 400 degrees for 7 minutes, flipping the ravioli halfway through cooking time (see recipe notes for more details).
  • Remove ravioli with spatula and serve!

Notes

  • No need to defrost frozen ravioli. It goes straight in the air fryer!
  • Oil is a must for this recipe. Otherwise the ravioli will cook up too dry
  • Use pastry brush to apply oil. This is the best tool for a light, even application of oil
  • Flipping ravioli halfway through cooking time is optional, but does help them to toast more evenly
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