Vegan Potato Ravioli Recipe

This is ultimate vegan comfort food for vegans and non-vegans alike–potato ravioli!  The potato filling, however, can be replaced with about any other filling you like: pumpkin, cherries, or anything else.  Enjoy!

Vegan Potato Ravioli Recipe



  • 1 cup warm water
  • 3 tablespoons cilantro*, chopped
  • 2 cups white, unbleached organic flour
  • 2 cup whole wheat organic flour
  • 1 teaspoon of favorite all-purpose seasoning
  • sea salt to taste or none (you can salt water that you will cook the ravioli in)

*You can substitute cilantro with basil.


  • 3 medium potatoes, peeled and cooked*
  • 2 tablespoons cilantro or dill, chopped
  • Mash potatoes and add cilantro or dill.
  • Let it chill to room temperature.

*Make sure to salt with sea salt to taste when cooking.


  • To make dough, place water and cilantro (or basil) in the food processor and blend until cilantro has been finely chopped up.
  • Add salt, seasoning and flour, one cup at a time. Pulse until flour is blended in.
  • Transfer dough to a flat surface and knead until smooth, adding a bit of flour if needed.

  • Divide dough into four equal parts. Roll out each part into a thin sheet.

  • Use a round glass to cut out circles.

  • You will have shreds of dough left over. Set them aside, and when you are done with all four parts, combine altogether and repeat steps as for all other parts, until all dough has been used.
  • Use a teaspoon to distribute chilled potatoes unto each circle.
  • There are two different ways you can shape ravioli: half moons or circles.
  • To make a half moon, place potatoes away from the middle. Flip the dough to cover it, and pinch with your fingers, until dough has been tightly sealed.

  • To make round ravioli: place mashed potatoes in the middle of the circle, place second circle over potatoes, then pinch around the circle with your fingers, until dough has been tightly sealed.

  • Meanwhile, bring water to boil (about half of the pot that you choose to use). Once water is boiling, add ravioli.
  • Bring to boil and reduce heat to medium.
  • Half moon ravioli need no more than 10-11 minutes, whereas round ravioli will need 12-13 minutes to cook through.
  • Once ravioli has been cooked, pull out with a ladle or a strainer and serve immediately.
  • Add a dollop of Toffuti vegan “sour cream” for great taste.

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