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This recipe is somewhere between store-bought ravioli and homemade. It’s neither. It’s both. But it’s good. It uses a Kraft Fresh Take mix an wonton wraps…but you put everything together yourself. So…almost homemade?
See, we aren’t really pasta makers. It takes too long. It’s messy. And, frankly, we think it’s kindof unnecessary. So this toasted ravioli recipe uses wonton wrappers as the pasta. Cheating? Yep. And proud of it.
We went to Walmart to get our ingredients. Why Walmart? Because everyone can get to one! We hate it when people post recipes using ingredients we can’t find easily…so we try not to do that to you. Walmarts are pretty universal.
These are the basics you’ll need to start. Your simple cheese mixture, wonton wrappers, water, and a fork. We tried to keep it simple.
The first step is wetting the edges of two wonton wraps.
Place a dollop of cheese mixture in the center of the one of the wraps, and then place the second wrapper on top. Seal the edges with your fingers.
Next, you’re going to roll up the edges and use a fork to crimp them so they seal nice and tight. You don’t want any of the filling falling out during the next step!