My new favorite cooking show….

If you’re like me and you can’t sleep you either end up watching cooking shows or infomercials.

Okay, maybe that’s just me.

Of course, sometimes I watch crime TV, but I digress.

One night last week, I stumbled upon Nadia G and Bitchin-Kitchen.

Funny non?

I made Nadia’s Bitchin’ Kitchen’s Crispy Medallione (fried ravioli)

I used chicken ravioli.

Oh. My. Gosh.

These are sooooo fracking good.

Like, eat them all yourself good.

Like, defend your crispy kingdom with a super sharp fork good.

Like, slap your Momma good. Okay, not slap your Momma good, cuz really you’ll never live that one down.

Anyway, they’re really good.

Here is the ingredient list:

  • 10 Ricotta-mushroom medallion, or any ravioli you like *I used chicken and ricotta ravioli*
  • Buttermilk
  • Italian season bread crumbs
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Fresh Italian salsa

You can find the recipe here… Bitchin’ Kitchen’s Crispy Medallione

The ravioli are creamy and crispy and fabulous.

I hope you have a fantastic weekend!

If you haven’t already, check out my Yoplait Smoothie giveaway!

it ends on Saturday at 9:00 pm central time zone.

Oh! Heather of Squirrel Bread was the winner of the Swanson Health Products giveaway! Congrats Heather!

Comment #21

heather :

As a Registered Dietitian, I can definitely get behind the ingredients you’re offering in this giveaway. As someone who loves food, bring on the alternative flours, nut butters and anything coconut!

Cheers,

*Heather*

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22 Comments

  1. I totally agree with your so fracking good comment! I’ve made “fried ravioloi” many times in the past, tho after breading I do bake them on a rack at high temperature. Truly a great snack for football games or whenever!

    • Yes, they are super tasty! Baking is a great idea.

  2. I don’t get the baby doll in the back, it’s creeping me out! But I do break dance between basting. I’m getting Katherine that ring for Christmas.

    • I’m not sure about the baby doll either. It’s quirky, but I like quirky.

  3. Oh, YUM. I’ve dunked ravioli in tomato sauce before (in fact, I don’t know who eats them on a plate/with a fork…or at least, I don’t 😀 ), but the addition of battered/FRIED sounds even better!

    • Everything is better fried!

  4. OMG. I need this.

    After my detox. SIGH.

    • It’s a good post detox treat. 😀

  5. The ravioli look very tasty. I’ll have to check out this new show!

  6. I absolutely adore fried ravioli but never cooked it at home. I can’t wait to try out this recipe.. This is also a perfect game day snack

    • Hi Kay! Thanks for the comment. I
      Hope you enjoy them.

  7. I have watched the show but never made anything from it. But these look so good I might have to change that and soon! Thanks for sharing.

    • Thanks for the comment. I must try a shows recipe to decide if it’s a cooking show worth following. I’d probably watch bitchin kitchen either way because it’s so funny, but it’s nice to know that the recipes are amazing also.

  8. Yeah, that girl is a trip…lol.
    I really HATE it when the cooking shows end, and the infomercials take over…it’s almost enough to PUT one to sleep!!!
    Bless You
    paul

  9. is the show on the Food Network Channel?

  10. Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, that looks so good!

    • It tastes great! Thanks for the comment!

  11. Love Nadia G. Have you seen the No Reservations where she and Tony go around? She cracks me up!

    • I have not seen that! I’ll have to look into it!

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