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Lobster Ravioli

Welcome, Fam! We’ve been dreaming of this day since, well, around 365 days ago! This dish is a Valentine’s Day classic. It’s been living rent free in our heads and we couldn’t be more excited to share our ever-so-loved lobster ravioli with you tonight. Thanks to our friends at Deano’s Pasta for the fresh lobster ravioli—we’re serving them in a creamy, lobster-packed uni cream sauce with roasted corn and blistered tomatoes. You can’t forget your savory sprinkles on top, AKA the nori crumbs, (think: an umami-packed crispy panko topping) they take your dinna to the next level. Sending you all the love today, Fam, we hope you enjoy! <3

What’s in your bag:

  • Deano’s lobster ravioli 
  • Lobster claw + knuckle meat
  • Roasted corn and blistered tomatoes in uni cream sauce
  • Nori crumbs
  • Champagne vinaigrette 
  • Little Leaf greens with shaved fennel + radish
  • Pistachios
  • Rosemary focaccia 

What you’ll need from home:

  • Pot
  • Saucepan
  • Bowl 

Total prep time: 15 minutes

The Ravioli + Sauce

  1. Put a large pot of salted water on to boil.
  2. Once your water is boiling, cook those ravs for about two minutes only! When they rise to the top, they’re done!
  3. While you wait for them to cook, pour the cream sauce into a saucepan and warm it over medium until it simmers. 
    1. Once your cream sauce is simmering, reduce heat to low and add your lobster claw + knuckle meat. Warm for 1-2 minutes and then turn off the heat.
  4. When the raviolis are floating happily at the top of the pot, strain them and add them to the warmed cream sauce + lobster. 
  5. Stir to make sure all those raviolis are sauced up.

The Salad

  1. Grab a mixing bowl and add the Little Leaf greens with shaved fennel + radish.
  2. Sprinkle in the pistachios.
  3. Drizzle it with the Champagne vinaigrette and toss, toss, toss!
  4. Add S+P to taste.

The Focaccia 

  1. Just toast it up in the toaster oven! 

Ladle your ravs into a shallow bowl. Top with your nori crumbs. Salad goes on the side, and focaccia can be used to lap up that extra creamy, dreamy sauce.

That’s it! #Dinnersolved, dinner served.

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