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Butternut Squash & Amaretto Ravioli

Butternut Squash & Amaretto Ravioli

Prep time: 10 minutes

Rav night, best night. But shhh… Don’t tell the other pasta shapes. Even though it’s kinda obvious, right? That BUTTERNUT SQUASH-FILLED pasta takes the crown? Case closed. Tonight you’re gonna coat these Deano’s ravs in a squash brown butter sauce. YUM. You’ll taste notes of fresh thyme, rosemary and sage mixed together with a little maple syrup, too. This sauce is going to live rent free in your head from now on, we swear by it. 

In your bag

  • Butternut & amaretto ravioli (from our friends at Deano’s in Somerville, MA!)
  • Squash-brown butter sauce
  • Marcona almonds
  • Whipped ricotta
  • Fig-balsamic focaccia

At home

  • Large pot & strainer
  • Microwave-safe bowl (optional)

The Ravioli & Sauce:

  1. Bring a large pot of salted water to boil.
  2. Once the water’s rolling, drop in the ravs and cook for about 3-5 minutes. When they rise to the top, they’re done! Reserve a quarter cup of pasta water, then strain and set raviolis aside. Keep the pot!
  3. Add the squash-brown butter sauce to a microwave-safe bowl, plus a splash of pasta water. Microwave for 2-3 minutes until hot.
  4. Alternatively: Add the sauce to the emptied pot and heat over medium for 5-7 minutes until hot.
  5. Add the ravioli and warm sauce back into the pot and stir evenly to coat. Add a splash of your pasta water if the sauce seems a little thick. 
  6. Taste and season with S&P.

The Focaccia

  1. Just toast it up in the toaster oven, oven, or air fryer! 

Plate up the sauce-y ravioli and focaccia. Add a dollop of the whipped ricotta onto the ravs and sprinkle some Marcona almonds on there, too.

Freezing for later? No problem! Toss your containers of ravioli and sauce in the freezer. The ravs should be cooked from frozen, but pop the sauce into the fridge for 24 hours (or until thawed) and follow the steps above! Frozen ravs will take about 2-3 minutes longer to cook. They’re done when they float!

That’s it! #Dinnersolved, dinner served.

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