Ravioli with Creamy Squash Sauce
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 20 min.
Really good. I used fresh squash. I’m working from home right now so I roasted the squash on my lunch break and refrigerated it. This recipe was very quick and easy. I did add 2 teaspoons of prepared basil pesto, seasoned salt and pepper to the sauce. I did not add the walnuts. I served it as a side dish. Baked cod was the main course. Everyone really liked it. Some reviewers mentioned it needed more seasoning. I used the basil pesto and it worked great but a little nutmeg and sage might be good too if you want to play with the recipe.
Its good, but not AS good as the other reviews make it out to be. It needs more seasoning. Salt and pepper made a world of difference, but there was still something missing--nutmeg maybe? Not sure. Also, 1 cup of walnuts was way too much. I stopped adding around 3/4 cup, will probably use a half cup next time. I'm looking forward to solving the missing seasoning mystery. Will make again.
This sauce was creamy, flavorful, and easy to make. I cut the heavy whipping cream in half so that I could really taste the squash! I skipped the nuts to make it more toddler-friendly for my daughter as well.
Delicious! I used spinach & ricotta cheese raviolis and skipped adding the baby spinach. I did add a handful of dehydrated spinach for color and 2 tablespoons dry sherry to the sauce. It's a keeper!
This recipe is delicious! I made it for my family on Christmas Eve night and they absolutely loved it! I used fresh winter squash because I could not find frozen winter squash. Absolutely awesome! !!!! I will make this again and again...
This is very delicious! It could easily be seen on a menu of a great Italian restaurant. Not every grocery store sells frozen winter squash (it is pureed)- I had to look around and finally found it at Schnucks, Birds Eye brand. This dish needs more salt for our taste- would probably add 1 tsp next time. I did not add the walnuts because it was served as a side dish but could easily be an entree with the nuts. I also purchased frozen cheese ravioli because it was so much cheaper than the refrigerated. I boiled it according to directions on package and then added to the squash sauce. Also used fat-free skim milk instead of heavy cream to lighten it up and it was fine! Will make ove and over again!