soup and a chunk of cotija cheese sitting around and decided to try making ravioli out of them. It was very easy. They don't taste like pasta ravioli, but I put them together in the time it took to bring the water to a boil and they were done five minutes later. I didn't have any sauce in the fridge, but I had just pulled some oven-dried tomatoes out of the oven and tossed a few on top while they were still warm. For a last-minute hot lunch, it was a great idea, and it took less time than the tuna salad I had planned to make.
1 dozen wonton skins
2 Tb filling (can be cheese, pre-cooked veggies, leftover cooked hamburger, etc)
1. Start boiling several inches of water in a medium saucepan.
2. Set out wrappers on a work surface. Moisten the edges of half of them.
3. Place 1 tsp of filling in the middle of the moistened squares. Top with the dried ones. Use a fork to press the edges shut. Do a good job, or the filling will leak out.
4. Place ravioli in boiling water and cook for 5-8 minutes, until pasta is done. Drain and rinse. Serve with sauce of choice.
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