Recipe: Perfect Italiano’s Wonton Ravioli with Soya Marinated Prawns & Parmesan Fondue

I was invited to Perfect Italiano’s Masterclass yesterday at Palate Sensations. Conducted by Chef Lino Sauro of Gattopardo, we learnt how to make 3 dishes using Perfect Italiano’s cheese.

Read on to find out how you can get a trial pack of Perfect Italiano Parmesan Grated Cheese to use at home.

My favourite dish was the Wonton Ravioli with Soya Marinated Prawns & Parmesan Fondue. It’s simple to execute and tastes great. Here’s the recipe so you can cook for your loved ones and good friends:

Wonton Ravioli with Soya Marinated Prawns & Perfect Italiano's Parmesan Fondue

Wonton Ravioli with Soya Marinated Prawns & Parmesan Fondue
(recipe reproduced with permission from Perfect Italiano)
Serves: 4 
Preparation time: 20 mins
Cooking time: 10 mins
100 g Perfect Italiano Parmesan Grated Cheese
100 g Anchor unsalted butter
20 pieces of wonton skin (square shaped)
20 g light soya sauce
30 g olive oil
2 cloves of garlic (minced)
110 g full cream milk
1 stalk of spring onion
20 g white wine
10 pcs of tiger prawns
1) Peel & marinate prawns with soya, garlic, olive oil & spring onion.
2) Make Parmesan fondue by mixing Perfect Italiano Parmesan Grated Cheese, milk, butter and white wine.
3) Warm up mixture in a bain-marie till creamy and season with white pepper.
4) Fill wonton with marinated prawn. Seal the sides (I used a beaten egg as “glue”).
5) Cook in boiling water for 3 minutes. Drain when done.
6) Pour fondue onto serving plate & arrange ravioli on it.
7) Season with Perfect Italiano Parmesan Grated Cheese and spring onion. Serve immediately.
SFF’s Difficulty Rating: 2 out of 5 (stir the cheese fondue constantly to prevent clumping) 

Mise en Place: Wonton Ravioli with Soya Marinated Prawns & #PerfectItaliano Parmesan Fondue

I hope you’ll try the recipe as it’s easy to replicate at home. It was even easier for us as everything was already laid out for us at the cooking school. If you’d like to find out more information on Perfect Italiano’s range of products, visit


Perfect Italiano Trial Pack Promotion (3 to 21 March 2013)

The first 25 readers of my blog to submit the following details will receive a packet of Perfect Italiano Parmesan Grated Cheese (100g) to try out at home, just the right amount for this recipe.

Send the following information to “” for your chance to win a trial pack:

Name of blog that you heard about the promotion from: “Gastronomic Ruminations” / “superfinefeline”
Email address:
Contact number:
Terms & Conditions
– Limited to the first 25 readers of my blog, Gastronomic Ruminations aka
– Successful winners will be notified by email.
– Winners will need to collect the trial pack (guess this means you should be a resident of Singapore).
– Redemption date and venue will be advised via email.
– Only one entry per participant.
– Management’s decision is final and no correspondences will be entertained.

Happy cooking! 🙂


Thank you, Perfect Italiano and Tribal DDB Singapore, for hosting me at this cooking class. I had loads of fun cooking with fellow bloggers and learning from Chef Lino.

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