Frozen spinach, thawed, drained, chopped (do not skip the draining part, or you will have some watery ravioli!)
Sauce (I used marinara, but I'm sure a cream sauce would be good too)
Mix the ricotta (I used about 1 cup for about 20 ravioli), parmesan (to taste, I used maybe 1 tablespoon), and spinach (I used about 2 cups) in a bowl. Add garlic powder and mix.
Place about 1 teaspoon of filling on a wonton wrapper, and wrap it up. Wet edges with water or egg white to make sure the sealing sticks. (You can wrap it hundreds of different ways. Ryan made his look like little presents, and I just went for a plain triangle).
Boil ravioli for 4-5 minutes. Be sure that you don't crowd the pot or ravioli will stick together.
Draining the spinach.
Wonton wrappers! They have very little fat in them, and are very light.
Ryan's wrapped ravioli.
I drowned mine in marinara, it was really good. Ryan and I were on the hungry side, and these were not particularly filling. The next time I make them, I am going to add some seasoned and cooked ground turkey or chicken, to make it a more substantial meal.
What have you cooked lately?