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Olive Garden Toasted Ravioli

By Todd Wilbur


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No one is sure exactly which restaurant invented toasted ravioli, but we do know the dish originated in St. Louis sometime in the 40s. Olive Garden's delicious take on the appetizer can be cloned with ease using one of several varieties of pre-made raviolis carried in just about any supermarket. It's best to use the fresher raviolis found in the refrigerated section, but you can also use frozen raviolis; you just have to let them thaw first before breading them. The Toasted Ravioli at O.G. has a beefy inside, but you can use any ravioli that tickles your fancy including chicken, sausage, vegetarian, or cheese. As for the breading, find Progresso brand Italian style breadcrumbs. Contadina is another popular brand, but their version is much too salty for a good clone.

Source: Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2 by Todd Wilbur.

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Sandy Corsetti
Nov 26, 2011, 23:00

I made these along with the Olive Garden dipping marinara sauce for a dinner party I had over the weekend. I used frozen ravioli and they came out perfect. I received so many compliments. It was such an easy dish to make.

Anonymous
Sep 23, 2005, 22:00

I made these for a Christmas party. Everyone LOVED them and they were so easy!!! I will definitely make these again and again and again.