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How to make it

  • Using an immersion blender or food processor or perhaps just a blender, puree leftovers until smooth or at least uniform smallness.
  • Wet two sides of won ton wrapper
  • Place teaspoon or scantly larger amount of puree in center of won ton. (This is a great opportunity to use that won ton press you were given at some point in time.) See Photo
  • Seal won ton wrapper and repeat until done.
  • Boil four to eight quarts of salted water to rolling boil status.
  • Heat sauce in large saute` pan or similar.
  • Boil in batches leftover raviolis. We usually do four to six at time so as not to crowd them causing the ravioli to stick to each other.
  • Drain with spider tool and simmer in sauce until ready to serve.
  • Top with parmesan.
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    " It was good "
    StillSmokin ate it and said...
    Like leftovers.
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  • chummers 5 years ago
    The last time I did this I used a gumbo of two sausages, beans and rice. But I have done this with other hot dishes ..
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  • luisascatering 5 years ago
    really cool idea - just curious what you used for filling
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