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Carol66

Welcome! And again, THANK YOU! :)

photogent

thank you carol.

Carol66

Just threw a tantrum (well, not really) in Safeway......they had no spinach ravioli.......settled for cheese but it won't be the same. :( When I make it I will make a puzzle and dedicate it to you! :)

pkin38

Giggles--giggles

photogent

Nothing less pumpkin.

pkin38

You will never change PG but of course I wouldn't want you too either.

pumpkinhead

Were there whips involved as well?

photogent

When you make the pasta you can opt out of the calories and send them to a friend who can use them.
Chickster depends on who or whom.
Hope you enjoy this Carol and YG.
Sticks and stones may break my bones but whips and chains excite me pkin.

Carol66

Thank you PG.........I am definitely going to try it! My kind of food!

Muchas gracias for the recipe, ingredients are going on my list for tonight; I sure wish someone would take the calories out of pasta . . . a basic pyramid food. :))

chickiemama

Being tied up is knot good.

pkin38

OH my Did they use chains too???

photogent

Sorry I was tied up this past evening. Foxy stop thinking like that.

This is very easy to make since I can do it anyone can do it.
If you can find extra virgins place about four tablespoons in the frying pan.
Slice a few cloves of garlic and add them to the oil. brown the garlic but do not let it burn.
Put the Fresh spinach Ravioli in the pan and fry until they are browned on both sides.
Add the sun dried tomatoes, fresh peas and a little splash of chicken broth to the pot.
Let it all cook down the broth and serve.
One pan no mess no fuss. I hope you enjoy this as we did.

foxymoron

Save some for us! Looks tasty, but also looks too fiddly for me to make :-) Thanks, PG.

laurajane

I would have to solve this when I'm hungry. This would certainly hit the spot....

Carol66

Ok, Photogent.....I'm telling Walter.... :))))))))))

PLG1958

It looks delicious, but it doesn't look so easy!

Robbiel

I agree with everyone mate, that is a tasty looking dish!

Yes, recipe please!

Carol66

Photogent......come out, come out, from wherever you are......we CRAVE the recipe or a little hint?

pkin38

Yummy ....!!!!!!!!!

shirley68

If it tastes like it looks, it will be very good, Thanks PG.

For shame, me finding this deeeelish dish right before time-to-start-dinner prep . . . recipe please, I'm guessing you make the pasta, as well? Seriously, this looks like something even I could manage !! Thanks for sharing.

chickiemama

Mmmmmmm mmmmm mm! It's lookin' mighty fine young man.

pumpkinhead

Looks quite fine! Are the peas frozen from your spring planting?

puzzeljac

Yummy, I like pasta.

Carol66

Yum! Let's see, sundried tomatoes, peas, spinach ravioli or pot stickers???
Please share (unless, of course, it is a secret family recipe that cannot be passed on under threat of death?) :)

gabecyr

Going to post the recipe for us? Looks like it might have the potential to be pretty tasty.....just sayin.....

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