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Brown Butter Sage Ravioli

January 10, 2010
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The meal for the lazy gourmand.

Well, I made this meal awhile ago, so I don’t remember the precise recipe. However, a general method would be to take a few tablespoons of butter, a tablespoon of olive oil, and a few leaves of fresh sage and saute. Then add peas and green beans. Saute until they are crispy good. Meanwhile, boil water, add in raviolis. In my opinion, the ravioli at the Italian Store is worth the trip. However, if you are too lazy to have quality Italian handmade raviolis, you can buy the Harris Teeter brand, which I find to be yummy as well. The key is not overcook the ravioli, it is always a beginner mistake. Combine your sauteed sage/butter/veggie mix with the drained ravioli. Sprinkle with Romano cheese, salt and pepper, to taste, but of course.

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