"A fantastic way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo! This was a last minute creation using ingredients found in my fridge. Serve with marinara sauce (add chopped cilantro to the marinara for a bit of Mexican flavor). If you can't find Mexican cheese, try a mix of Monterey Jack and Cheddar." — Lia Soscia
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links chorizo sausage, cut into small pieces
part-skim ricotta cheese
shredded queso asadero (white Mexican cheese)
garlic, finely minced
1 (14 ounce) package
round wonton wrappers
My son and I made this and it was very good. The chorizo was too salty and spicy though. I would suggest leaving out the extra salt (1 tsp). Next time we will make it with ground beef or turkey instead and some taco seasoning. My son had a ball making the raviolis. We would definitely try this again with the modifications I mentioned.
filling was ok, but the ravioli shell was not :(
Absolutely wonderful!! The raviolis are fragile (just as a warning) but the flavor is wonderful. I paired it with portebello mushroom pasta sauce. As a side I had Swiss Chard and Asparagus. One of the best dishes I've made! Boyfriends top five!
This recipe is not the greatest I've tried. The meat mixture was WONDERFUL! I didn't have any chorizo, so I used ground beef and added a bunch of seasonings. Using the wonton wrappers was unappealing. They got slimy after being boiled, and they didn't stay sealed. I did not use them. I will definitely use the meat mixture again for something else, but NOT with wonton wrappers. I think they would be better pan-fried or deep-fried.
Not sure if I was just having a slow day, but it took way longer than 20mins to prepare these. Apart from adding a little more ground cumin, I made them as written, and although we did enjoy them, I'm not sure it was really worth the prep time.
I'm not sure if I did something wrong but the raviolis fell apart when I was boiling them. The mixture tasted good but didn't stay together. Next time I will either bake them or cook them in a pan. I also made a marinara sauce but I made it more mexican. I added chili's, mexican stewed tomatoes, black beans, corn, cumin and garlic and that was very good!
I used soy chorizo and tofu instead of chorizo and ricotta cheese to make them vegetarian(can't find vegan wonton wrappers). Sooo good! I made these for Valentine's Day for my husband, he loves soy chorizo, what a hit!!! I also used enchilada sauce instead of marinara. YUM!
My husband and I loved this. We really like chorizo though. If you've never had chorizo, it is a bit different.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 148
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