Sweet Ravioli with Rotofresh compostable cling wrap

Have you ever tried sweet ravioli?

Deep fried pastry dumplings filled with ricotta and choco chips, this recipe will transport you to the sunny south of Italy in no time !



  • 250gr plain flour
  • 50gr soft unsalted butter
  • 100gr + 1 tbs caster sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 glass milk
  • Pinch of salt
  • 250gr sheep ricotta
  • Lemon rind from 1/2 lemon
  • 50gr dark choco chips
  • Powder cinnamon (to your taste)
  • Vegetable oil (to fry the ravioli)
  • Icing sugar



  1. In a large bowl, prepare the pastry by mixing flour, butter, egg, 1 tbs of sugar and milk. Mix well together, by hand if you wish, until you reach a soft dough.
  2. Wrap it in our Rotofresh Compostable Natural Cling Wrap and let it rest in the fridge for 30min.
  3. In the meantime, prepare the filling by mixing together the ricotta, 100gr of sugar, lemon rind, cinnamon and choco chips.
  4. Cover the bowl with our Rotofresh Compostable Natural Cling Wrap and let it rest in the fridge for 30min.
  5. Take out the dough from your fridge and roll it out on your bench until reaching a a few mm height. If you leave it too thick, the ravioli pastry will become too hard after frying. Divide your pastry in two sheets
  6. Take a table spoon of your filling at a time, line them on one of your pastry sheets in a shape of a little balls, leaving at least 2cm between them.
  7. Cover your fillings with the second sheet of pastry, pressing down in between the filling to make it stick and seal the ravioli. You can brush the pastry with a bit of milk if you need help to do it.
  8. Cut the ravioli by using a cookie cutter or simply your knife, we suggest in a round or half moon shape.
  9. Heat your vegetable oil until it reaches the right temperature for frying and fry your ravioli until golden brown .
  10. Take them out and place them on absorbent paper to absorb the extra oil and sprinkle them with icing sugar when cold. Bon Appetit!

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