Cook the ravioli according to the package. Drain and pat dry.
Spray the air fryer lightly with spray oil.
In a small bowl, whisk together the egg and milk.
In a separate bowl, mix together the breadcrumbs, Parmesan cheese and garlic salt.
Dip the ravioli in the egg mixture to coat all sides.
Dip in the breadcrumb mixture and ensure it's fully coated.
Place the ravioli in the air fryer basket in a single layer. (You'll need to air fry in 2-3 batches). Spray lightly with spray oil.
Air fry at 375F degrees for 6-8 minutes. Flip them halfway through to ensure they cook evenly.
Start checking for doneness at 6 minutes (they'll be golden brown and crispy on the outside).
Repeat with remaining ravioli.
Serve hot with marinara sauce.
For even cooking, air fry the ravioli in a single layer. Depending on the size of your air fryer, this will require at least 2-3 batches.
Make sure you flip the ravioli over halfway through air frying so they brown evenly. (You’ll want to use tongs to do this!)
The ravioli get crispy quickly, so keep an eye on them so they don’t burn. Start checking for doneness at 6 minutes.
For maximum crispiness, press the breadcrumbs lightly into the ravioli so they stick to the egg coating and lightly spray them with oil before air frying.
You’ll want to keep your batches warming in the oven at about 200F degrees while you finish air frying. To do this, arrange the air fried ravioli in a single layer on a parchment paper lined baking sheet and they should stay warm and crispy in the oven!
Instead of PAM or store-bought cooking spray, use an oil sprayer and a good quality oil. Cooking sprays may damage your air fryer.
If your air fryer model requires preheating, you should preheat it before adding the ravioli.
Different air fryer brands and models will vary slightly, so you may need to adjust the temperature and air frying time slightly.