Vegan Mushroom Ravioli

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Are you craving homemade pasta? Try this vegan mushroom ravioli recipe served with a creamy white garlic sauce! It’s the perfect comfort meal! Making vegan ravioli at home has never been easier!

How AWESOME are these beautiful porcelain plates?! They’re part of an awesome campaign by Edenia Foods, a Romanian frozen foods brand. They challenged me to cook a fancy meal at home, so here it is – mushroom ravioli! More details about the campaign on the Romanian version of this recipe, and here.

This is the first time I’m making homemade vegan ravioli and it was a lot easier than I expected! I don’t get it why people usually add eggs to homemade pasta. Flour, water, and olive oil are more than enough! Remember when I made vegan gnocchi? Well, this mushroom ravioli recipe is quite similar to that one, except I didn’t add any potatoes to the vegan ravioli dough. 

I stuffed these vegan ravioli with a delicious mushroom filling and topped them with an extra-creamy white sauce made with lots of nooch for a cheesy taste and some garlic. Because I LOVE garlic pasta!

The sauce was AAAMAZING! Tip: Combine the vegan ravioli filling with the white garlic sauce and add in some boiled pasta of choice. It’s so good! You can also make a baked pasta casserole with this! I tried it with some shredded vegan cheese on top…perfect vegan comfort meal! 😀

vegan mushroom ravioli

I wanted to show you the step by step process for making these vegan mushroom ravioli but unfortunately, the light in my kitchen was shitty, so instead, I tried to explain this vegetarian ravioli recipe as thorough as possible and do a step by step recipe another time (maybe even a video!). If you have any questions, leave me a comment below and I will gladly answer you. 🙂

Hope you’ll like my vegan mushroom ravioli recipe!

vegan mushroom ravioli recipe

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Vegan Mushroom Ravioli
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Serves: 4
  • Vegan Ravioli Dough:
  • 1½ cups flour
  • ½ cup water
  • 2 Tbsps olive oil
  • ½ tsp sea salt
  • Mushroom Filling:
  • 450g button mushrooms, frozen or fresh, sliced (I used frozen mushrooms by Edenia)
  • 1 medium onion, diced
  • 1 Tbsp oil
  • 3 garlic cloves, minced
  • fresh thyme, the leaves from 4-5 sprigs
  • ½ tsp nutmeg, ground
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • Creamy garlic sauce:
  • 3 Tbsps flour
  • 1 glass vegan milk of choice (natural flavored)
  • 5 garlic cloves
  • 4 Tbsps nutritional yeast
  • sea salt, to taste
  1. Mushroom filling:
  2. Heat the oil in a large pan. Add all the mushroom filling ingredients and saute for 10-15 minutes.
  3. Vegan ravioli dough:
  4. Add the flour, water, olive oil and salt into a bowl. Mix well and knead by hand, until it has an elastic texture.
  5. Prepare your work surface by cleaning it and dusting it with some flour.
  6. Divide the dough into three or four equal portions. Place one portion onto the floured work surface and roll into a large rectangle that's about ⅛ inch thick. You can make rectangle or round ravioli. I made round ravioli by cutting the dough using a glass. Repeat the process until you finish the dough and have all the round ravioli dough disks in front of you.
  7. Take one piece of round-shaped dough and add 1-2 tsp of filling on it. Take another piece of dough and put it on top of the first one. lightly press the margins together. Use the tines of a fork to create ridges along the outer edges of each ravioli. Make sure they're well pressed together so they won't open when boiling.
  8. Place each ravioli on a sheet of parchment works great after cutting. Repeat until all dough and filling is used.
  9. Bring a large pot of water to a boil and add ravioli. Cook them until they start floating, about 2-3 minutes. Immediately remove from the pot and drain them.
  10. Sauce:
  11. Add all the sauce ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
  12. Pour the sauce into a pan and cook until it starts to thicken. Serve this over the vegan mushroom ravioli.
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25 Comments on “Vegan Mushroom Ravioli”

  1. Thank you for this recipe! I was wondering if I freeze these do I have to thaw them out before I cook them?

    1. Hi, Marna! No need. If you freeze them then you can cook them directly in the sauce you’re serving them in.

    1. I think it has a completely different texture so I’m not sure it will work. 🙁 But you can test it out. Maybe I’m wrong.

  2. Do the raviolis freeze well before cooked? I want to make a huge batch of these to pull out of the freezer for an easy weeknight meal 😊

  3. Made this tonight, shoulda read the comments to find out how much “a glass” of milk was – I used too little and the sauce was too thick. Flavors were on point though! Highly recommend this recipe, I’ll be making it again tomorrow night!

  4. This was so EASY! Thought it would be complicated but it was easy and the result amazed my whole family!!

  5. How much milk for the sauce? It says a glass? Also, do you think whole wheat flour would work for this recipe?

  6. Cooking this now. Looks great. No idea how many ravioli to make from this though… oh well well work it out. Glass sized round ones seem a good bet…

    Filled em. Used about half the mixture! Rest is going to go with the creamy sauce. Possibly mushrooms were a bit chunky and would have been better dicing rather than slicing?

    Don’t think my pasta was too thick but have never made ravioli before. Anyway it’ll all be right on the plate I’m sure 🙂

    1. Thanks, Richard! I used smaller mushrooms so chopping them was the right method, but yes you can dice them if you want. Regarding the thickness – around 3 mm is ok.

  7. Such a great and easy recipe. Turned out amazing, and I’m not even vegan…yet lol thank you so much, this pasta is italiano approved.

    1. Hi, Heather! So happy to hear you liked it! 😀 If you’re not vegan you can add some parmesan on top and make it even better, hehe! 😀

    1. Yes! I used Schar gluten-free flour to make pasta before and it turned out great – MixIt Universal or Mix B for bread are the best. I think Farina would be ok as well. You can try other GF flour mixes but use a GF flour mix not simply a naturally GF flour, like rice or chickpea.

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