We dare you to think why Food Network chef Giada De Laurentiis hasn’t tried fried Nutella Ravioli. This decadent, crunchy chocolate dessert snack is absolutely worth tasting. Here’s how to make this famous chef’s dish.
What you’ll need to make Fried Nutella Ravioli from Giada De Laurentiis
“Fried Nutella Ravioli will be your favorite dessert of the year,” says De Laurentiis in the Food Network’s video (below) of this dish. “After one bite, you’ll eat them by the dozens. Light and crunchy on the outside, creamy and chocolatey on the inside. Who could ask for more?”
For this irresistible treat, you’ll need wonton wrappers, one beaten egg, Nutella chocolate hazelnut, vegetable oil, fresh mint leaves, oil drizzle, granulated sugar, and powdered sugar for dusting.
A Food Network star dessert is ready in less than a minute
The sides of the wonton wrappers are brushed with beaten egg (“you want to make sure they clean well because this is basically the glue that holds them together”). Place a teaspoon of hazelnuts in the center of a wonton wrapper. “You’re going to fold it so that it forms a triangle and then press the sides down with your fingers.” Repeat the same steps until all of the wonton wrappers are brushed with egg, filled with Nutella, and sealed.
Place a few Nutella-stuffed wonton wrappers in hot oil about two inches deep in a skillet. The oil should be heated to 350 degrees.
“They only need to fry for about 45 seconds, so it’s really fast,” adds De Laurentiis.
Spray fresh mint leaves with a cooking oil spray and then scoop in granulated sugar, “I’ll put those on top of the ravioli; it makes it look really pretty.”
Carefully remove the ravioli from the oil after it turns golden. Sprinkle with powdered sugar, and dessert is served!
De Laurentiis snack can be prepared with the help of the smallest bakers
Although the frying part of this recipe should be handled by someone who is an expert in using the stove, even the youngest aspiring chefs can help brush up wonton casings, put Nutella on the casings, and seal small packets of savory, as one noted. reviewers.
“Very easy. Delicious. Perfect for kids to gather on their own and be helpful,” said the home cook.
“I love, love, love this recipe! It’s so easy to make and fun too! I made this today with my niece and she loved it too! I made a second batch and gave her some… Thanks Giada!,” added another reviewer.
One fan of the recipe reported that it was not only easy, but very quick: “So easy and delicious! My husband and I wanted a dessert but I definitely didn’t want to break the blender or turn on the oven. It took about 5 minutes to prepare and cook and it was delicious!”
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