First, I discovered some hamburger patty meat in the back of our freezer. It was really old, and a bit freezer burnt.
Wonton skins are quite versatile, so the plan was to make ravioli with them. Of course, I have no idea how to make ravioli, so I instead folded them up like wontons.
Bit of meat and cheese.
I have fond memories making wontons, though I think this is the first time I've ever made them myself. Usually my grandmother would sit us grandkids down with a giant bowl of wonton filling and have us go to town. I'm still not very good at making them look nice.
Then simply boil them in a pot of water for a few minutes.
They definitely exceeded my expectation (old, sad looking meat = low expectation), and I would definitely make these again. They were much heartier than the ravioli I've bought before in the store, probably due to the freshness (of everything except the meat, ha!).
However, if you are a firm believer that Italian noodles should be al dente, don't use wonton wrappers. Wontons are really soft and "soggy", since they are meant to be eaten in soup. I guess you could try and steam your ravioli instead of boil it, that might give it a little more of a chewy texture? Or you could just use the proper ravioli skin?
What filling do you like in your ravioli?