Ravioli With Brown Butter and Sage Sauce

Ravioli With Brown Butter and Sage Sauce created by alligirl

I got this out of a magazine many years ago. Very easy. If you have fresh sage, use 1 tablespoon of that

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  • Cook ravioli as directed, drain and set aside.
  • In medium frying pan over medium high heat, melt the butter.
  • Cook until it becomes golden brown, about 2 - 3 minutes. Do not let it scorch.
  • Add the sage, salt and pepper and mix for a few seconds.
  • Add cooked ravioli, toss to coat.
  • Serve hot.
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  1. vrwaterman01
    Added in about 1/3 cup heavy cream to dilute the saltiness. Next time I will not add salt, as butter is already salty.
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  2. vrwaterman01
    Very Tasty! However, definitely Does Not need additional salt if you are using salted butter...not sure about unsalted butter. I added in some heavy cream to dilute the saltiness. I put it on butternut squash ravioli, which are very sweet. Next time I will omit the salt and try it on cheese ravioli.
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  3. darienflowers
    I don't have fresh sage, does this recipe work with the spice sage? If so, how much do I use?
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  4. alligirl
    Ravioli With Brown Butter and Sage Sauce Created by alligirl
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  5. alligirl
    I did have some fresh sage, and was pleased to find this recipe! It was simple to make, and soooo tasty! I used regular frozen cheese ravioli, and reduced this recipe, to serve 2! I will make this a good-to recipe for a simple supper, with ingredients I always have on hand! Thanks for sharing, Cookie16.
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