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This is great! I subbed 3T of the butter with olive oil because I felt too guilty. It was mild flavored but subtle and yummy! I bet if you wanted to add another layer of flavor you could throw in some gorgonzola too! Thanks for the great recipe!
I made this recipe for a date nearly 6 months ago, using 1 lb each of crab and cheese ravioli. Well, that date is now my boyfriend and he tells me all the time that this meal was how I won him over. :) Super tasty and easy to throw together. Thanks!!
Fantastic! I used light cream and it wasn't such a heavy meal.
I have a garden full of Sage and I have been trying to find dishes to make so I can use it up. When I came across this one I thought it sounded good. I made it for dinner last night and it was fantastic! I did add a clove of garlic to the panchetta and tomatoes but otherwise wouldn't change a thing! It tasted like something Olive Garden would have on their menu! Thanks :)
So good, I did add some crab and served with Crab Stuffed Mushrooms.
This was excellent! tried it last night for a friend's visit since i had so much fresh sage in the garden. i just used tagliatelle pasta, but did everything else according to the recipe. wow! very tasty, served With garlic bread and a green salad. my son said "you can make this again" after helping himself to two servings, high praise indeed! definitely a keeper.
very yummy, will make again!
OMG! This is a fabulous recipe! I made it for an Italian Gourmet Club dinner and everyone was using the bread to soak up every last drop of sauce. Thanks!
Wonderful! I made this for a party and it was a HIT! It's a "keeper"!
The sauce was excellent. The only note I would make for others is to double the recipe for the sauce or cut the amount of ravioli in half. I followed the recipe exactly and I did not have enough sauce for the ravioli. However, the sauce was amazingly good, me and my fiance absolutely loved it. Next time I am going to take my own advice, and also make homemade ravioli (which is always better than store bought anyways...)