3 Reviews

This was really delicious. The browned butter really DOES make the dish! The only thing I changed is I used fresh basil instead of mint (hate mint for some reason, and basil is in the mint family). Just be sure to serve it right away since leftovers aren't nearly as good because the pasta seems to absorb the brown butter and you are left with boring, ordinary pasta with no sauce.

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threeovens November 20, 2009

This was absolutely, without a doubt, a fantastic 5. I served it to dinner guests and they agreed...definitely a keeper. I did play with the recipe some to suit what I had on hand and the scene in which I was making it. I skipped the lemon zest and mint but did use fresh lemon juice, which I believe was essential. I also used Smart Balance for the butter (it's what I keep on hand) and macadamia nuts (needed to get rid of them). Also, this was a meal with three adults and five toddlers, so there really wasn't time/energy to serve the garnishes carefully measured and we all voted to just mix it all together in the pot (off the heat). I'm glad we did; I think mixing the ricotta and brown butter into the whole dish made it so much more flavorful. Thanks for posting...I know I will make it again and again while there are snap peas at the farmer's market!

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smellyvegetarian June 03, 2009

Great pasta dish with one of my favorite veggies. The browned butter is delicious! Made for ZWT4 Family Picks for the Tastebud Tickling Travellers.

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Lainey6605 July 08, 2008
Pasta With Sugar Snap Peas, Asparagus, Ricotta and Brown Butter