"This homemade ravioli is actually vegetarian, although no one who tries it can tell! The savory filling contains three different cheeses, mushrooms, and spinach. Although it's a rather time-consuming recipe to prepare, the results are well worth it!" — larkspur
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1 1/2 tablespoons
water, or more if needed
all-purpose flour, or more if needed
1 (8 ounce) package
fresh mushrooms, coarsely chopped
cream cheese, softened
grated Parmesan cheese
frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained
chopped fresh chives
chopped fresh parsley
ground cayenne pepper
salt and ground black pepper to taste
egg white, beaten
1 1/2 teaspoons
chopped fresh chives
Very yummy! I was already pressed for time not having a ravioli maker and I really didn't feel like making homemade dough so I bought lasagna noodles (the dough kind in the refrigerated section) cut them into squares and stuffed them and it turned out great!
This just didn't meet my expectations. This could have been better if I had pasta roller to make the dough thinner. I might try it again, using similiar ingredients, but it def. not in my top 10 fav. list.
Absolutely love it! I skipped the mushrooms (hubby won't eat them) and I added chardonnay and lemon juice to the sauce. Came out perfect. I'm making more this weekend.
Excellent recipe! Incredible flavor! My wife and I still talk about how good the raviolis were. With a pasta roller and a ravioli mold, it didn't even take that long. The only thing I added was I blended some spinach to the egg before adding to the flour, which gave the ravioli's a really nice gren color. Next time (and there will definitely be a next time), I think I'll cut back on the cayenne pepper, so I can enjoy the flavor of the filling more. Anyway, kudos on a great recipe!
This is terrific! It is important t get the pasta very thin, and even, but done the way the author instructs, is no fail! The brown butter compliments this superbly -- I would not be tempted to make the sauce any 'fancier' or different -- it is perfect.
Thank you Larkspur for sharing this! I have received many compliments when serving this dish. I don't always serve it with the Chive Butter Sauce, trying to spare my waistline the extra calories occasionally, but no worries the Mushroom and Spinach Ravioli are win, win with lightly saute'd fresh garden veggies and other light sauces too.
This deserves way more than 5 stars! I made this with my dad and it was fairly easy too. The only problem we had was that the pasta dough kept falling apart, but we refrigerated it for about 1/2 an hour and it was perfect. I made a white sauce instead of a butter sauce with my left over parsley and chives, and it was delicious! Even my sister who hates mushrooms loved it! Great recipe, keep up the good work!
I wanted to follow the recipe exactly but had to adjust the filling with what I had on hand: frozen wild mushrooms, leek, red & green bell peppers, feta, mozzarella, garlic and parsley. The pasta was perfect. However, I need practice making the raviolis because I couldn´t get as much filling inside without them exploding. The ones that stayed whole after boiling, I tossed them with red sauce and topped with freshly shredded Parmesan. I just love these forgiving recipes. Thanks for sharing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mushroom and Spinach Ravioli with Chive Butter Sauce
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 171
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