Ingredients

How to make it

  • After roasting the squash, scoop out the flesh and purée until smooth with the remaining ingredients. Set aside.
  • Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Lay out three of the pasta sheets and begin placing approximately two tablespoons of the filling about two inches from each other. Place a second sheet over the first and use a ravioli cutter to form squares, making sure that all of the edges are sealed. Cook ravioli iin the boiling water, about 3-5 minutes, until al dente.
  • Place the cold butter in a medium skillet preheated over medium heat. Do not swirl or move around. Once the butter has melted and has begun to turn brown around the edges, add the sage and salt and pepper to taste.
  • To serve, add the ravioli into the hot skillet with the brown butter mixture. When the pasta becomes brown and slightly crispy, remove and serve on a warm platter topped with more thinly sliced sage and freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano.
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  • jgnat 5 years ago
    Here's a link for pasta makers.
    http://www.creativecookware.com/pasta_maker.htm
    Making pasta is like making bread. Plan an afternoon around it. I found it even more handy to do when my son was visiting and I could put him on the crank. I've laid out the drying pasta on a clean sheet but I think I might try draping it over a clean dowel as my MIL used to do.
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    californiacook ate it and said...
    Like the addition of mascarpone. Lovely, as always. Flagged & 5!
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    " It was excellent "
    lasaf ate it and said...
    I have always wanted to get a pasta roller. After reading this recipe I believe the time is now. Should I get a hand crank one. Where do I get a good one?-Lori
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  • conner909 5 years ago
    Well I'm gonna have to rest up for this one...lol!
    Looks fabulous but I haven't made ravioli before...so have to look at the recipe. Will let you know when I make it!
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    juels ate it and said...
    Yummers! Love everything here! The filling and sage butter sound amazing! Very nice step-by-step pictures!
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    trigger ate it and said...
    What timing Luisa,I love making ravioli and I just picked up a new ravioli stamp and now I can make this wonderful recipe with it.

    Your step by step photos are perfect and your plated results look amazing.
    Five forks and a big smile :)
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    lacrenshaw ate it and said...
    I have been making "ravies" for a long time now and it is such an easy process once you get the hang of it, Luisa. Good for you discovering the process and your favorite filling to boot. Enjoy them in great health and with unbounded happiness, my friend.
    Lorraine
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    meals4abby ate it and said...
    This is my favorite kind of ravioli. I just love this flavor combination. I've never tried my hand at homemade pasta before but this recipe sure makes me want to give it a go! Great Post, Luisa!
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