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Artichoke spinach ravioli- what sauce?

I have some artichoke spinach ravioli I bought at a local pasta shop. Any suggestions for a sauce?

asked by enbe about 7 years ago

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sdebrango
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added about 7 years ago

Brown butter and sage would be good, if you are looking for a tomato base sauce Marcella Hazans tomato sauce is amazing and I think the tomato would be great with the artichoke and spinach combo,

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lorigoldsby
added about 7 years ago

I was curious what the first posted answer would be, because my first thought was brown butter and sage. I agree with Sde because the artichoke and spinach filling can be very earthy, esp depending on the size of the ravioli...

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ATG117
added about 7 years ago

I'd might go with butter too, skipping the sage and finishing with grated parm, some lemon zest, and sea or gray salt.

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enbe
added about 7 years ago

I was thinking sage & brown butter as well- that's my usual pairing but I didn't have any sage on hand. I think butter, parm & lemon a la ATG117 would have been the solution. My homemade tomato sauce I found in the freezer was a bit overpowering.

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