This delicious gluten free air fryer ravioli makes a delicious appetizer or snack. Dip them into marinara sauce, ranch dressing, or alfredo sauce! If you are looking for a quick and easy recipe, you can make this in under 15 minutes!
If you are looking for a great appetizer to serve, this air-fried ravioli is absolutely amazing. It is crispy on the outside and full of delicious melty cheese filling on the inside. You can make it in just minutes!
Serve this fried ravioli up at your next game day or party. They are sure to be a big hit with everyone! If you love using your air fryer, I have a lot of easy gluten free air fryer recipes for you to try!
This recipe is inspired by my homemade gluten free ravioli recipe. If you haven't made ravioli from scratch, I really encourage you to give it a try with my easy recipe!
Why this recipe is great:
- All you need are 5 simple ingredients to make this toasted ravioli in the air fryer: Ravioli, bread crumbs, parmesan, seasonings, and oil to spray on to get it crispy.
- Because they are air-fried, they make a healthy snack that kids love.
- You can use my homemade ravioli recipe linked above or store-bought ravioli.
I have lots of easy gluten free appetizer recipes to try. Many are also made in an air fryer.
If you are trying to decide on what air fryer to get, I have a great list of the best air fryers for gluten free. I include a great pros and cons list for each model.
This recipe uses simple ingredients, and you should be able to find all of the ingredients at your local grocery store.
- Ravioli - Use my recipe to make ravioli or store-bought. I like Taste Republic and Kite Hill brands.
- Bread crumbs - You can use store-bought gluten free bread crumbs or make my gluten free bread crumbs recipe. It is a lot cheaper to make them from scratch!
- Parmesan cheese - I like to use grated parmesan cheese because it mixes in with the crumbs a lot better.
- Herbs - I use dried basil and oregano to add Italian flavors to these air-fried ravioli. You can use fresh, but it will be hard to get them chopped finely.
- Oil - I use avocado oil to spray the ravioli to help them fry. You need to use an oil that tolerates high heat. Do not use olive oil!
How to make gluten free air fryer ravioli:
For this simple air-fried ravioli recipe, you use ravioli that has NOT been boiled yet. You want a bit of firmness to the ravioli, so use them right out of the package.
Step 1: Add an egg and scramble it in a small
HINT: Be sure your mixing bowls are large enough for ravioli to fit into.
Step 2: Dip a ravioli into the egg and flip it around with a fork to coat the whole thing. This egg helps the bread crumbs stick to the ravioli.
Step 3: Move the dipped ravioli straight to the gluten free bread crumbs. Toss to coat the whole piece of ravioli in bread crumbs.
Step 4: Spray the air fryer basket with oil. Place each piece of breaded ravioli into the air fryer. Be sure to leave room between each ravioli. I have a Ninja Foodie Air Fryer with two sides, so I filled both sides.
Note: If you like extra crispy, you can double dip. After you dip and coat the ravioli, redip it into the egg and bread crumbs mixture.
Step 5: Air fry the ravioli for 8 minutes at 375º F. Enjoy them hot with a dipping sauce!
Tips and Recipe FAQ:
There are a few brands of gluten free ravioli. I like Taste Republic and Kite Hill best.
Yes, you can easily fry this ravioli in oil. I recommend using an oil that can tolerate high heat, like canola or avocado.
You can bake the ravioli, but it may not get as crispy as if it were air-fried or deep-fried.
This ravioli will keep fresh in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. You will need to re-crisp it in a toaster oven or air fryer.
To re-crisp, put the air-fried ravioli into the toaster oven at 375º F for 5-10 minutes or in the air fryer for 4-5 minutes.
Serve them up with these Frozen Air Fryer Waffle Fries!
You can store the fried ravioli in an air-tight container in the refrigerator. It will need to be re-crisped. To re-crisp, put it into the air fryer, toaster oven, or oven. Heat for 5 minutes in the air fryer at 360º F or for 10 minutes at 350º F in the oven.
More gluten free air fryer recipes to try:
- Air Fryer Breaded Chicken Tenders
- Gluten Free Air Fried Pickles
- Air Fryer Chicken Cordon Bleu
- Air Fryer Honey Garlic Salmon
Gluten Free Air Fryer Ravioli
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- 12 ounces gluten free ravioli * see note
- ⅓ cup gluten free bread crumbs * see note
- 3 tablespoons grated parmesan
- 1 teaspoon dried basil
- ½ teaspoon dried oregano
- ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
- ¼ teaspoon salt *Add more if you like
- 1 tablespoon canola oil
- Preheat the air fryer to 375º F.
- In a small mixing bowl, add an egg and scramble it. In a second bowl, add the bread crumbs, parmesan, and seasonings. Mix the crumb mixture well.
- Dip a ravioli into the egg and flip it around with a fork to coat the whole thing. This egg helps the bread crumbs stick to the ravioli.
- Move the dipped ravioli straight to the gluten free bread crumbs. Toss to coat the whole piece of ravioli in bread crumbs.
- Spray the air fryer basket with oil. Place each piece of breaded ravioli into the air fryer. Be sure to leave room between each ravioli. I have a Ninja Foodie Air Fryer with two sides so I filled both sides.
- NOTE: If you like extra crispy, you can double dip. After you dip and coat the ravioli, redip into the egg and bread crumbs mixture.
- Air fry the ravioli for 8 minutes at 375º F. Enjoy them hot with a dipping sauce!
- You can use any store-bought gluten free ravioli brand. I also have a great recipe for gluten free ravioli if you prefer to use homemade ravioli.
- Bread crumbs - There are some great store brands like Ians or Alexia. You can also make homemade gluten free bread crumbs for a lot less money.
- These air fryer ravioli will keep fresh up to 3 days in an air-tight container in the refrigerator.
Sauces for dipping:Air-fried ravioli tastes so good when dipped in sauce! Here are some of our favorite dipping sauces for fried ravioli!!
Please know that every gluten free flour blend has a different starch to grain ratio. If you use a blend I didn't test, you may need to adjust your moisture levels in your baked goods.
Nutritional information is an estimate provided to you as a courtesy. You should calculate the actual nutritional information with the products and brands you are using with your preferred nutritional calculator.
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