Ready in 1 hour
From Gourmet magazine, Jan 1997, via Epicurious.com
"This went over extremely well for company. Everyone enjoyed the flavor combination of the squash with the hazelnut brown butter. Personally I liked this even more the the Giada recipe I'd trieda couple of weeks ago! I am delighted to have found such a great recipe!"- MauraSpeckt
Top-ranked recipe named "Butternut Squash, Sage, and Goat Cheese Ravioli with Hazelnut Brown-Butter"
Preheat oven to 425°F. and lightly grease a baking sheet.
Put squash halves, flesh sides down, an baking sheet and roast in middle of oven 30 minutes, or until flesh is very tender. When squash is cool enough to handle, scoop out flesh into a bowl and discard skin. Mash squash with a fork until smooth.
While squash is roasting, in a skillet cook onion and sage in butter with salt and pepper to taste over moderate heat, stirring, 5 minutes, or until onion is golden brown. Stir in garlic and cook, stirring, 1 minute.
Cool onion mixture slightly and add to squash. Add goat cheese and stir to combine well.
In a 6-quart kettle bring 5 quarts salted water to a gentle boil for ravioli.
Put 1 won ton wrapper on a lightly floured surface, keeping remaining wrappers in plastic wrap, and mound 1 tablespoon filling in center. Lightly brush edges of wrapper with water and put a second wrapper over first, pressing down around filling to force out air and seal edges well. If desired, trim excess dough with a round cutter or sharp knife. Transfer ravioli to a dry kitchen towel. Make more ravioli with remaining wrappers and filling in same manner, transferring as formed to towel and turning occasionally to dry slightly.
In skillet cook butter with hazelnuts over moderate heat until butter begins to brown, about 3 minutes, and immediately remove from heat (nuts will continue to cook). Season hazelnut butter with salt and pepper and keep warm, covered.
Cook ravioli in 3 batches in gently boiling eater 6 minutes, or until they rise to surface and are tender (do not let water boil vigorously once ravioli have been added). Carefully transfer ravioli as cooked with a slotted spoon to a large shallow baking pan and add enough cooking water to reach 1/2 inch up side of pan. Keep ravioli warm, covered.
Transfer ravioli with a slotted spoon ) letting excess cooking liquid drip off) to 6 plates and top with hazelnut brown-butter sauce.
MauraSpeckt 11 month agoThis went over extremely well for company. Everyone enjoyed the flavor combination of the squash with the hazelnut brown butter. Personally I liked this even more the the Giada recipe I'd trieda couple of weeks ago! I am delighted to have found such a great recipe!
matchj1 2 years agoI made this last night but made my own pasta also for a true ravioli. The flavours in this were wonderful and my husband hasnt stopped praising the dish. Thanks for the great recipe.
ladyithis 3 years agoLove this! Really easy to make. Added some fresh sage leaves to the browned butter too.