Of course, I didn't think of sharing until after tasting it. So I had to go dig the package out of the trashcan! Yes, I sacrificed for all of you.
You're welcome. :)
So this is fresh ravioli, found in the meat section of the grocery. I found it near where I get my Bob Evans Mashed Potatoes. :)
The top is ripped off the bag, so it's hard to read. If you're interested, click here for the the company website where you can see a whole bag.
I chose the spinach and ricotta ravioli.
To prepare it, I boiled water and dropped in the pasta.
While it cooked, I melted about 2 tablespoons of butter in a skillet. I let it brown a little, then drizzled in some olive oil. I really wanted to add some fresh sage, but had none. I couldn't even find dried sage in my spice cabinet. So I went ahead and added fresh greens (a baby spinach, kale and chard mix) and stirred. Once wilted, I added in a little of the starchy pasta water, salt and pepper.
I also would have loved to have added pine nuts, but didn't have any on hand. Maybe next time! Walnuts might be good as well, especially if you have the sage.
Once the pasta finished cooking, I strained it and added it to the butter and greens. Toss to coat.
Top with parmesan, and you have a quick, tasty, fresh-pasta meal! (Please ignore the couple of bites that are missing.) :)