You’ll never believe our secret ingredient for fresh, fast, delicious ravioli.
December 17, 2012
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Using Wonton Wrappers
Wonton wrappers, found in most grocery stores near the tofu, are a brilliant sub for fresh pasta when making homemade ravioli. The dough is light and thin, and it cooks to a silky texture and beautiful translucence.
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How to Fold Your Wonton Wrappers: Step 1
Spoon filling in the center of the wrapper.
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How to Fold Your Wonton Wrappers: Step 2
Moisten edges of wrapper with a beaten egg.
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How to Fold Your Wonton Wrappers: Step 3
Fold in half, bringing two corners together.
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How to Fold Your Wonton Wrappers: Step 4
Press edges firmly to seal; then cook in boiling water.
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Butternut Squash Ravioli with Spinach Pesto
This is the easy way to use supermarket wonton wrappers for a weeknight ravioli treat. You can use this technique to make this deliciously sweet butternut squash ravioli topped with a fresh, herby pesto.