Breaded Braised Beef Ravioli


Classic beef filling paired with seasoned braised beef for a hearty, meaty twist on the original.  Lightly breaded with panko breadcrumbs.

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2/5 lbs

Case Count

135 each


2.5" Round

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Breaded Braised Beef Ravioli Lollipops


  • Ideal for an appetizer, happy hour, or children's menu

Ingredients (4 servings):

  • 3 (or more) Ravioli
  • 4 oz. French Fries, Tater Tots, or other accompaniment
  • 3 oz. marinara
  • Wooden skeweres
  • Parsley for garnish


Deep fry ravioli at 350ºF for 2 minute or until internal temperature reaches 160ºF. Deep fry french fries accordingly. Insert wooden skewer into fried ravioli. Place on plate or in basket. Serve with a side of fries and marinara for dipping.

About the Dish:

“Lollipops as we know them today involves candy on a stick to be enjoyed slowly. They were seen in the U.S. before the Civil War and involved small bits of candy on pencils for children to enjoy. Today, the term lollipop can denote anything on a stick - from a chocolate dipped strawberry to a meatball, cake pop, or ravioli.”

Breaded Braised Beef Ravioli with Beer Cheese Dip


  • Whether at your local pub or catering for the big game, beef ravioli and beer pair well with each other.

Ingredients (8 servings):

  • 30 Breaded Braised Beef Ravioli
  • 8oz Extra sharp cheddar cheese
  • 8 oz. Monterey Jack, shredded
  • 8 oz. cream cheese, softened
  • 12oz lager beer
  • 1 tsp. garlic powder
  • salt to taste


In a nonstick pan, melt cream cheese and beer over low heat. Whisk together until well combined. When cream cheese is completely melted, add garlic salt, extra sharp cheddar, and Monterey Jack cheeses. Stir continuously until cheese is melted and all ingredients are combined. Deep fry ravioli for 3 minutes, or until internal temp reaches 160ºF. Serve by the plenty with beer cheese dip and plenty of beer.

About the Dish:

“Beer cheese dip can be the base of so many variations. Consider using a lighter beer or lager. Add heat with crushed red pepper, fresh jalapeños, or be bold with habañero peppers. Aslo, consider adding roasted red peppers, roasted garlic, horseradish, Worcestershire, pimentos, bacon, or buffalo sauce. Make different variations by using wide variety of cheeses - Parmesan, Fontina, Pepper Jack, Swiss, of Havarti.”

Chicago Italian Beef Sandwich topped with Breaded Braised Beef Ravioli


  • Anyone who has visited Chicago knows about the three "must haves" to try before they leave - Chicago deep-dish pizza, a classic Chicago-style hot dog with spory peppers, and and Italian roast beef sandwich with giardiniera

Ingredients (1 servings):

  • 3 Breaded Braised Beef Ravioli
  • Hoagie bun
  • 4-6 oz Italian Beef, sliced thin
  • Au jus
  • ¼ c. giardiniera - mild or hot
  • 3 oz giardiniera sauce


Sauce: Blend drained giardiniera to create small pieces with equal parts sour cream, and mayonnaise. Add oil from giardiniera oil from jar until desired consistency. Sandwich: Butter and toast hoagie bun. Dip sliced Italian Beef into hot au jus for a few minutes to heat. Place on hoagie bun, top with ¼ c. drained giardiniera and tuck 3 fried Ravioli into the side. Serve with a side of fries and sauce for dipping.

About the Dish:

“Giardiniera - What is it? Simply it is chopped pickled vegetables and spices in oil and vinegar, sometimes made with a bit of heat. The veggies should be crisp and generally include celery, cauliflower, crinkle-cut carrots, pitted green olives, bell peppers, and hot peppers (usually seranno or jalapeño peppers for hot versions). There are many versions and everyone tends to have their favorite. Typically found in the pickle section and packaged in a glass jar.”

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