Moroccan-Spiced CarrotĀ Ravioli

March  1, 2011
1 Ratings
  • Serves 4
Author Notes

I love the bright color and versatility of a carrot, and I knew I wanted to let it shine in the dish. Not to be draped by too many other vegetables or flavors, so I decided to make a carrot ravioli with a Moroccan twist. However, making ravioli on a weeknight was just too much for me so I decided to make the ravioli out of won ton wrappers. It is such a simple technique and you end up with a light weeknight dinner. Serve with a green side like wilted spinach or delicious salad and you a complete vegetarian dinner.

What You'll Need
  • 1 packet WonTon Wrappers
  • 4-5 Carrots, Peeled and Diced
  • 1/2 teaspoon Light Brown Sugar
  • 1 tablespoon Unsalted Butter
  • 1 Lemon: 1 T Zest and 1/2 tsp. Juice
  • 1 teaspoon Ground Cumin
  • 1/4 teaspoon Ground Coriander
  • 1 tablespoon Panko
  • 1 T and 1/2 Tsp. Olive Oil
  • Chopped Fresh Parsley (garnish)
  1. Melt the unsalted butter in a saucepan over medium heat, once the butter begins to melt add the brown sugar. Toss in the diced carrots. Cook for 8 - 10 minutes until they begin to slightly caramelize. Add to food processor once cooked.
  2. In the food processor with the carrots, add the lemon juice, cumin, coriander, teaspoon of olive oil and panko. Pulse until a paste is formed.
  3. Bring a pot of water to boil. As the pot is beginning to boil, prepare the won ton wrapper ravioli. Place 1/2 T of the carrot paste in the center of one won ton wrapper. Wet your fingers with water and trace the border of that wrapper. Place another won ton wrapper on the top. Seal by running your finger around the border of the wrappers. Use bottom of the fork to form ravioli ridges if desired.
  4. Add completed ravioli packets to boiling water. When the ravioli rises to the top it is finished, this usually takes no more than 1-2 minutes per ravioli. Place in pasta bowl to serve. Drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle with fresh parsley and top with lemon zest.

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  • ctgal
  • boulangere
  • TheWimpyVegetarian
  • LiveToEat1960
  • melissav

36 Reviews

ctgal July 21, 2015
Love carrots but have to be gluten-free. So I am going to make it as a side to serve with something appropriate. And will probably add some of the suggestions as well. I have lemons and sumac!
JulkaCebulka November 23, 2013
Just made this! Thank you, Table 9, it was delicious and supremely easy. I made some changes (isn't that how all comments go?) such as adding diced onion to the caramelizing carrots, and, since I didn't have a lemon, adding some apple cider vinegar and some sumac powder to the mix. Yes, I don't have lemons, but I do have sumac. It's a weird kitchen. Also, threw in a pinch of cinnamon. Ultimately, very tasty! Though I must note that, after cooking, the filling viewed through the thin layer of dumpling wrapper took on a decidedly puce colouring...not terribly appetizing-looking, but delectable nonetheless. I will note, it could have been my carrots, which were ruddy-coloured to begin with.
Grange E. February 11, 2012
I am bookmarking this recipe! Looks fabulous, easy to prepare, can't wait to taste it!! Gorgeous photo!!
boulangere September 29, 2011
Ooooooh! I usually find wonton wrappers in the produce area, CS.
TheWimpyVegetarian September 30, 2011
I've been looking in all the wrong places, that's for sure. Table9 emailed me to look in produce too. No wonder I haven't been finding them. I thought they'd be where filo was...
TheWimpyVegetarian September 29, 2011
Love this, Table9!! I've been looking for wonton wrappers without success. Are they in the frozen foods?
karen127 March 28, 2011
What a great recipe! The caramelized carrots are so sweet - they are a great higher carb potato/squash replacement. I drizzles some sesame oil on top and served on a bed of steamed spinach. On my 'favorites' list!
Table9 March 28, 2011
That sounds amazing! The first time I made this recipe, I served it on a bed of wilted spinach with toasted pine nuts topper. So similar to yours...great minds think alike.
LiveToEat1960 March 14, 2011
Made this for dinner last night and loved it! Thanks for posting.
Table9 March 14, 2011
That is great! So glad you liked them.
melissav March 2, 2011
Table9 March 3, 2011
Thanks melissav!
Lizthechef March 2, 2011
Perfection - and a killer photo to boot! Thumbs up!
Table9 March 2, 2011
Thanks Lizthechef! I really appreciate it.
gingerroot March 2, 2011
Deliciously clever, and a beautiful photo to boot. YUM! Thanks for the recipe.
Table9 March 2, 2011
Gingerroot you are so welcome!
Sagegreen March 2, 2011
These do look wonderful!
Table9 March 2, 2011
So sweet Sagegreen. Thank you!
Bevi March 2, 2011
Gorgeous photo! Nice Bokeh! This looks so delicious - added it to my saved recipes!
Table9 March 2, 2011
So great Bevi! Hope you get a chance to try it soon.
wssmom March 2, 2011
Gorgeous photo! (Recipe not bad either LOL)
Table9 March 2, 2011
Thanks wssmom!ha.
totalnoms March 2, 2011
Oh whoa... I am definitely getting wonton wrappers the next time I hit up freshdirect and going to try this out!
Table9 March 2, 2011
I hope so! Let me know how it turns out!
VanessaS March 2, 2011
Such a great idea, I can't wait to try these! Like!
Table9 March 2, 2011
Appreciate it VanessaS! Let me know how they turn out if you get a chance to try them.
fiveandspice March 2, 2011
Oh my gosh, these sound so yummy! I love the combination of flavors, and I love ravioli. Awesome idea - I'm definitely saving this recipe!
Table9 March 2, 2011
Thanks fiveandspice! Hope you have the chance to try it.
aargersi March 2, 2011
Wow these look really really great - putting won ton wrappers on my grocery list right now
Table9 March 2, 2011
Thanks aargersi! Won ton wrappers are so great. You can stuff them with just about anything, I love to use butternut squash and sweet potatoes in them too. See a color theme...carrot, butternut squash, sweet potatoes.ha. Really excited to hear what you come up with!
drbabs March 2, 2011
great idea and just beautiful!
Table9 March 2, 2011
I appreciate it drbabs. I just bought a Canon Rebel and last night took a total of 100 photos of just the carrot ravioli. So much fun to have a new toy.
kmartinelli March 2, 2011
Love everything about this! I love Moroccan carrots, I love ravioli - just great.
Table9 March 2, 2011
Thanks kmartinelli!
hardlikearmour March 1, 2011
wowza! what a great idea.
Table9 March 1, 2011
Thanks hardlikearmour! Hope you get a chance to try it. Also, congrats to your fondue finalist selection!