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SHELBSYD
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11/10/10 7:29 A

I made it with a low fat Alfredo sauce recipe that I found on Sparks. it was so dam good! The Sage Butter Sauce sounds good, but it wouldn't be heart enough for my husband. Thank you so much!!!



15THC_ODETTE
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11/9/10 11:29 P

I was going to suggest a sage brown butter sauce, but it seems that SNOOPY1960 beat me to it.



RICCILYNN
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11/9/10 12:33 P

They would be fantastic with an alfredo type sauce as well...



SHELBSYD
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11/8/10 9:43 P

Thanks Snoopy! That sounds really good! I think I'll stop off and buy some sage tomorrow!!!



SNOOPY1960
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11/8/10 9:40 P

I found this on the Food Network website. They said it is perfect with butternut squash ravioli !

Sage Butter Sauce

1/2 stick butter
8 fresh sage leaves
2 tablespoons minced shallot
1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice

Heat butter in a 1 1/2-quart heavy saucepan over moderately high heat until foam subsides, then fry sage leaves until crisp, about 3 minutes. Transfer leaves with slotted spoon to paper towels to drain. Season with salt. Add shallot to butter and cook, stirring, until shallot is golden and butter is deep golden, 1 to 2 minutes. Add lemon juice (butter will foam), then remove from heat. Season brown butter with salt and pepper if needed.




SHELBSYD
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11/8/10 10:58 A

Hi,

I bought 2 packages of the Trader Joe's Butternut Squash Raviloi and I am not sure what to cook with it. I am sure it would be good plain with a little butter, but my family wouldn't like that. I need a sauce to go over it. Do I make a red maranara sauce or do I use a low-fat alfredo type sauce? Or do you have any other suggestions on how I should cook it?

Or I could make some kind of soup, and use it in that?



 
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