This easy vegan wonton spinach and cheese ravioli is ready in 30 minutes! Can be pan-fried or just boiled depending on texture preference.
If you have ever attempted to make ravioli, then you know it can take awhile. Luckily, we’re showing you how to make this easy vegan wonton spinach and cheese ravioli that takes about 30 minutes from start to finish.
This recipe can be switched out for any of your favorite brands or whatever filling you want inside!
You will be shocked at how quickly and easily this comes together. Serve it with your favorite sauce and you have an easy vegan dinner ready for everyone.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Where do you find vegan wonton wrappers?
I have been finding vegan wonton wrappers at more and more stores. Whole Foods, Shoprite, Walmart, Wegmans and more!
Most of the time they are located near the tofu area in grocery stores.
Can I make this Top 8 Allergen Free?
Unfortunately, we haven’t seen gluten free and vegan wonton wrappers.
How long are vegan wonton ravioli good for?
These are best served right way, however you can store in an air tight container for 3-5 days after cooking and then reheat when ready to eat them.
If you are doing the pan-fried method then you may way to reheat in a skillet to get that crispy texture again.
Can vegan wonton ravioli be frozen?
We get asked this question a lot; however, we have no tried freezing this recipe to be able to say for sure.
If we were to recommend a way that we would, then we would do this:
Make the filling and go through placing them in the wrappers and sealing the sides. Place these on a wax lined baking sheet and place in the freezer for 30 minutes. After that move to a freezer safe bag or container.
What do you serve with Easy Vegan Wonton Spinach and Cheese Ravioli?
You can serve a side salad or vegetables like broccoli and asparagus.
Can I swap the spinach with kale?
Yes! Feel free to use any leafy green that you love instead of the spinach if you desire. Alternatively, you can omit the spinach and just do herbs like fresh basil, thyme, or oregano.
What other vegan pasta ideas could I make?
We have over 2 dozen vegan pasta dishes now! And we know that you will love the all.
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Easy Vegan Wonton Spinach and Cheese Ravioli
- Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. (Continue with recipe while waiting for it to boil)
- In a bowl, add softened feta and ricotta. Blend together well.
- Add parmesan, spinach, lemon zest, pepper and salt to the bowl and blend together until well combined.
- Add 1 tbsp of vegan cheese mixture to the center of a wonton wrapper. Push down into a small circle.
- Add water around the edges, then top with another wonton wrapper and push down to seal the 4 sides. Use a fork and press the two wrappers together on all sides. *Make sure there are no holes of your filling will come out.
- Repeat until you have no mixture remaining.
- Add ravioli to boiling water for 3 minutes. Remove and drain well. Serve with spaghetti sauce or garlic butter sage sauce (swap with your favorite sauce).
- If you would like to pan fry, after draining, add a little oil to a pan over medium heat. Cook for 1-2 minutes or each side or until golden brown.
- Makes 15 raviolis. You can do 1/2 tbsp of vegan cheese mixture into one wonton wrapper and fold over into a triangle to make 30 if desired.
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