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Butternut Squash Ravioli in Thyme Brown Butter Sauce

Butternut Squash Ravioli in Thyme Brown Butter Sauce



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Ingredients

  • Salt
  • 1 16-ounce bag fresh butternut squash ravioli
  • 2 sticks unsalted butter
  • 2 sprigs fresh thyme, plus some leaves for garnish
  • Freshly ground black pepper

Directions

Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil.

In a large sauté pan set over medium-low heat, add the butter, thyme, and some black pepper, and cook to slowly melt the butter. Rotate the pan to move the butter around. Once the butter melts, continue heating until small brown specks appear at the bottom of the pan and it smells nutty, 5 to 10 minutes. Then turn off the heat.

While the butter melts, cook the pasta according to package directions; for fresh pasta it should only take 2 to 3 minutes.

Drain the pasta thoroughly and toss in the butter sauce. Plate the ravioli and garnish with some thyme leaves before serving.

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving755

Folate equivalent (total)134µg34%

Riboflavin (B2)0.4mg21.9%


Butternut Squash Ravioli & Brown Butter Sauce

It’s already well into October. Can you believe it? I feel as though I must have been asleep for half the year because these months flew by, especially summer. Not that I am complaining, I LOVE fall.

Another great thing about fall are the cozy comforting recipes that I get to make. I really want to try to tailor my recipes to seasonal ingredients when I can. So, what is a seasonal ingredient that is popular in the fall and winter months? That’s right, Butternut Squash! You can do so much with a butternut squash, and they really are quite easy to work with. You really can’t go wrong with that gorgeous orange color they have. What a way to brighten up a dish!

For this butternut squash recipe, I decided I wanted to do a Butternut Squash Ravioli, and I wanted to make my own pasta. There is nothing wrong with store bought, or frozen ravioli’s, I just really really enjoy making my own pasta. It is easy to do, and if you make your own ravioli, you can put almost anything you want in them. Plus, I can think of no better dish to make with your loved ones for a fun family dinner.

What really makes this meal shine is the paring of the butternut squash with sage. What a beautiful flavor combination! I had never used sage until I started looking at flavor profiles and I saw that it was a highly recommended herb to pair with butternut squash. One thing I will say about sage is that it needs to be cooked. Do not use it as a garnish. It is very bitter and can ruin your food if you don’t cook it into the meal. Watching those cooking shows really does pay off folks.


Butternut Squash Ravioli & Brown Butter Sauce

It’s already well into October. Can you believe it? I feel as though I must have been asleep for half the year because these months flew by, especially summer. Not that I am complaining, I LOVE fall.

Another great thing about fall are the cozy comforting recipes that I get to make. I really want to try to tailor my recipes to seasonal ingredients when I can. So, what is a seasonal ingredient that is popular in the fall and winter months? That’s right, Butternut Squash! You can do so much with a butternut squash, and they really are quite easy to work with. You really can’t go wrong with that gorgeous orange color they have. What a way to brighten up a dish!

For this butternut squash recipe, I decided I wanted to do a Butternut Squash Ravioli, and I wanted to make my own pasta. There is nothing wrong with store bought, or frozen ravioli’s, I just really really enjoy making my own pasta. It is easy to do, and if you make your own ravioli, you can put almost anything you want in them. Plus, I can think of no better dish to make with your loved ones for a fun family dinner.

What really makes this meal shine is the paring of the butternut squash with sage. What a beautiful flavor combination! I had never used sage until I started looking at flavor profiles and I saw that it was a highly recommended herb to pair with butternut squash. One thing I will say about sage is that it needs to be cooked. Do not use it as a garnish. It is very bitter and can ruin your food if you don’t cook it into the meal. Watching those cooking shows really does pay off folks.


Butternut Squash Ravioli & Brown Butter Sauce

It’s already well into October. Can you believe it? I feel as though I must have been asleep for half the year because these months flew by, especially summer. Not that I am complaining, I LOVE fall.

Another great thing about fall are the cozy comforting recipes that I get to make. I really want to try to tailor my recipes to seasonal ingredients when I can. So, what is a seasonal ingredient that is popular in the fall and winter months? That’s right, Butternut Squash! You can do so much with a butternut squash, and they really are quite easy to work with. You really can’t go wrong with that gorgeous orange color they have. What a way to brighten up a dish!

For this butternut squash recipe, I decided I wanted to do a Butternut Squash Ravioli, and I wanted to make my own pasta. There is nothing wrong with store bought, or frozen ravioli’s, I just really really enjoy making my own pasta. It is easy to do, and if you make your own ravioli, you can put almost anything you want in them. Plus, I can think of no better dish to make with your loved ones for a fun family dinner.

What really makes this meal shine is the paring of the butternut squash with sage. What a beautiful flavor combination! I had never used sage until I started looking at flavor profiles and I saw that it was a highly recommended herb to pair with butternut squash. One thing I will say about sage is that it needs to be cooked. Do not use it as a garnish. It is very bitter and can ruin your food if you don’t cook it into the meal. Watching those cooking shows really does pay off folks.


Butternut Squash Ravioli & Brown Butter Sauce

It’s already well into October. Can you believe it? I feel as though I must have been asleep for half the year because these months flew by, especially summer. Not that I am complaining, I LOVE fall.

Another great thing about fall are the cozy comforting recipes that I get to make. I really want to try to tailor my recipes to seasonal ingredients when I can. So, what is a seasonal ingredient that is popular in the fall and winter months? That’s right, Butternut Squash! You can do so much with a butternut squash, and they really are quite easy to work with. You really can’t go wrong with that gorgeous orange color they have. What a way to brighten up a dish!

For this butternut squash recipe, I decided I wanted to do a Butternut Squash Ravioli, and I wanted to make my own pasta. There is nothing wrong with store bought, or frozen ravioli’s, I just really really enjoy making my own pasta. It is easy to do, and if you make your own ravioli, you can put almost anything you want in them. Plus, I can think of no better dish to make with your loved ones for a fun family dinner.

What really makes this meal shine is the paring of the butternut squash with sage. What a beautiful flavor combination! I had never used sage until I started looking at flavor profiles and I saw that it was a highly recommended herb to pair with butternut squash. One thing I will say about sage is that it needs to be cooked. Do not use it as a garnish. It is very bitter and can ruin your food if you don’t cook it into the meal. Watching those cooking shows really does pay off folks.


Butternut Squash Ravioli & Brown Butter Sauce

It’s already well into October. Can you believe it? I feel as though I must have been asleep for half the year because these months flew by, especially summer. Not that I am complaining, I LOVE fall.

Another great thing about fall are the cozy comforting recipes that I get to make. I really want to try to tailor my recipes to seasonal ingredients when I can. So, what is a seasonal ingredient that is popular in the fall and winter months? That’s right, Butternut Squash! You can do so much with a butternut squash, and they really are quite easy to work with. You really can’t go wrong with that gorgeous orange color they have. What a way to brighten up a dish!

For this butternut squash recipe, I decided I wanted to do a Butternut Squash Ravioli, and I wanted to make my own pasta. There is nothing wrong with store bought, or frozen ravioli’s, I just really really enjoy making my own pasta. It is easy to do, and if you make your own ravioli, you can put almost anything you want in them. Plus, I can think of no better dish to make with your loved ones for a fun family dinner.

What really makes this meal shine is the paring of the butternut squash with sage. What a beautiful flavor combination! I had never used sage until I started looking at flavor profiles and I saw that it was a highly recommended herb to pair with butternut squash. One thing I will say about sage is that it needs to be cooked. Do not use it as a garnish. It is very bitter and can ruin your food if you don’t cook it into the meal. Watching those cooking shows really does pay off folks.


Butternut Squash Ravioli & Brown Butter Sauce

It’s already well into October. Can you believe it? I feel as though I must have been asleep for half the year because these months flew by, especially summer. Not that I am complaining, I LOVE fall.

Another great thing about fall are the cozy comforting recipes that I get to make. I really want to try to tailor my recipes to seasonal ingredients when I can. So, what is a seasonal ingredient that is popular in the fall and winter months? That’s right, Butternut Squash! You can do so much with a butternut squash, and they really are quite easy to work with. You really can’t go wrong with that gorgeous orange color they have. What a way to brighten up a dish!

For this butternut squash recipe, I decided I wanted to do a Butternut Squash Ravioli, and I wanted to make my own pasta. There is nothing wrong with store bought, or frozen ravioli’s, I just really really enjoy making my own pasta. It is easy to do, and if you make your own ravioli, you can put almost anything you want in them. Plus, I can think of no better dish to make with your loved ones for a fun family dinner.

What really makes this meal shine is the paring of the butternut squash with sage. What a beautiful flavor combination! I had never used sage until I started looking at flavor profiles and I saw that it was a highly recommended herb to pair with butternut squash. One thing I will say about sage is that it needs to be cooked. Do not use it as a garnish. It is very bitter and can ruin your food if you don’t cook it into the meal. Watching those cooking shows really does pay off folks.


Butternut Squash Ravioli & Brown Butter Sauce

It’s already well into October. Can you believe it? I feel as though I must have been asleep for half the year because these months flew by, especially summer. Not that I am complaining, I LOVE fall.

Another great thing about fall are the cozy comforting recipes that I get to make. I really want to try to tailor my recipes to seasonal ingredients when I can. So, what is a seasonal ingredient that is popular in the fall and winter months? That’s right, Butternut Squash! You can do so much with a butternut squash, and they really are quite easy to work with. You really can’t go wrong with that gorgeous orange color they have. What a way to brighten up a dish!

For this butternut squash recipe, I decided I wanted to do a Butternut Squash Ravioli, and I wanted to make my own pasta. There is nothing wrong with store bought, or frozen ravioli’s, I just really really enjoy making my own pasta. It is easy to do, and if you make your own ravioli, you can put almost anything you want in them. Plus, I can think of no better dish to make with your loved ones for a fun family dinner.

What really makes this meal shine is the paring of the butternut squash with sage. What a beautiful flavor combination! I had never used sage until I started looking at flavor profiles and I saw that it was a highly recommended herb to pair with butternut squash. One thing I will say about sage is that it needs to be cooked. Do not use it as a garnish. It is very bitter and can ruin your food if you don’t cook it into the meal. Watching those cooking shows really does pay off folks.


Butternut Squash Ravioli & Brown Butter Sauce

It’s already well into October. Can you believe it? I feel as though I must have been asleep for half the year because these months flew by, especially summer. Not that I am complaining, I LOVE fall.

Another great thing about fall are the cozy comforting recipes that I get to make. I really want to try to tailor my recipes to seasonal ingredients when I can. So, what is a seasonal ingredient that is popular in the fall and winter months? That’s right, Butternut Squash! You can do so much with a butternut squash, and they really are quite easy to work with. You really can’t go wrong with that gorgeous orange color they have. What a way to brighten up a dish!

For this butternut squash recipe, I decided I wanted to do a Butternut Squash Ravioli, and I wanted to make my own pasta. There is nothing wrong with store bought, or frozen ravioli’s, I just really really enjoy making my own pasta. It is easy to do, and if you make your own ravioli, you can put almost anything you want in them. Plus, I can think of no better dish to make with your loved ones for a fun family dinner.

What really makes this meal shine is the paring of the butternut squash with sage. What a beautiful flavor combination! I had never used sage until I started looking at flavor profiles and I saw that it was a highly recommended herb to pair with butternut squash. One thing I will say about sage is that it needs to be cooked. Do not use it as a garnish. It is very bitter and can ruin your food if you don’t cook it into the meal. Watching those cooking shows really does pay off folks.


Butternut Squash Ravioli & Brown Butter Sauce

It’s already well into October. Can you believe it? I feel as though I must have been asleep for half the year because these months flew by, especially summer. Not that I am complaining, I LOVE fall.

Another great thing about fall are the cozy comforting recipes that I get to make. I really want to try to tailor my recipes to seasonal ingredients when I can. So, what is a seasonal ingredient that is popular in the fall and winter months? That’s right, Butternut Squash! You can do so much with a butternut squash, and they really are quite easy to work with. You really can’t go wrong with that gorgeous orange color they have. What a way to brighten up a dish!

For this butternut squash recipe, I decided I wanted to do a Butternut Squash Ravioli, and I wanted to make my own pasta. There is nothing wrong with store bought, or frozen ravioli’s, I just really really enjoy making my own pasta. It is easy to do, and if you make your own ravioli, you can put almost anything you want in them. Plus, I can think of no better dish to make with your loved ones for a fun family dinner.

What really makes this meal shine is the paring of the butternut squash with sage. What a beautiful flavor combination! I had never used sage until I started looking at flavor profiles and I saw that it was a highly recommended herb to pair with butternut squash. One thing I will say about sage is that it needs to be cooked. Do not use it as a garnish. It is very bitter and can ruin your food if you don’t cook it into the meal. Watching those cooking shows really does pay off folks.


Butternut Squash Ravioli & Brown Butter Sauce

It’s already well into October. Can you believe it? I feel as though I must have been asleep for half the year because these months flew by, especially summer. Not that I am complaining, I LOVE fall.

Another great thing about fall are the cozy comforting recipes that I get to make. I really want to try to tailor my recipes to seasonal ingredients when I can. So, what is a seasonal ingredient that is popular in the fall and winter months? That’s right, Butternut Squash! You can do so much with a butternut squash, and they really are quite easy to work with. You really can’t go wrong with that gorgeous orange color they have. What a way to brighten up a dish!

For this butternut squash recipe, I decided I wanted to do a Butternut Squash Ravioli, and I wanted to make my own pasta. There is nothing wrong with store bought, or frozen ravioli’s, I just really really enjoy making my own pasta. It is easy to do, and if you make your own ravioli, you can put almost anything you want in them. Plus, I can think of no better dish to make with your loved ones for a fun family dinner.

What really makes this meal shine is the paring of the butternut squash with sage. What a beautiful flavor combination! I had never used sage until I started looking at flavor profiles and I saw that it was a highly recommended herb to pair with butternut squash. One thing I will say about sage is that it needs to be cooked. Do not use it as a garnish. It is very bitter and can ruin your food if you don’t cook it into the meal. Watching those cooking shows really does pay off folks.