16 Reviews

This is just super - and it just doesn't get any more simple! DH & I LOVED the wonderful tart tang of the artichokes, the fresh Roma's, green onions and the garlic. Although I halved the ravioli for two, I kept the sauce the same. I thought I could simmer down the sauce and use it for a bruschetta the next day - didn't happen, we scarfed it all down. Yes, yes, I doubled the garlic, that's a given! I was concerned as to whether or not I should drain the artichokes, I did NOT, and I'm glad I didn't, made a nice sauce. Served with some fresh chives and basil on top. Five star review for ease of preparation and fantastic taste! BTW, this is also a recipe that gives you room to play. Have a few button mushrooms left over - chop 'em up and throw them in, wan't some heat; dice up a jalepeno!

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Crabzilla August 30, 2006

We loved this. It made an easy and delicious dinner for us. It was great having it use ingredients we had on hand. Made after Culinary Quest 2014.

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Lavender Lynn October 07, 2014

Very easy and very good. I loved that it used pantry ingredients. Had a simple supper on the table in minutes that everyone enjoyed, and that is no bad thing. Thanks!!!

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evelyn/athens August 19, 2014

Holy cow, Lor, this sauce is TDF! It was absolutely wonderful over the ravioli, but I could honestly eat just the sauce and be perfectly satisfied. It does, however, make a beautiful presentation....good enough for company, too! Thnx for sharing, my friend. Made for KcK's Forum.

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Darkhunter December 17, 2010

Oh my wow this was delicious! :D I absolutely loved having the artichoke hearts and some homegrown tomatoes with our cheese ravioli. Made for veg*n swap and will be making again!

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Enjolinfam August 18, 2009

This was a nice light and fresh way to use up some of my summer tomatoes. It tasted great, was filling, and soooo fast to make.

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KillerTasteBuds August 14, 2009

Unfortunately I only had frozen ravioli, but even with that my boyfriend said eating this dish reminded him of eating in Italy. Super easy and delicious. Can't wait to try it with fresh ravioli. A winner!

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zaar junkie June 26, 2009

Very easy. Subbed a can diced tomatoes, omitted the scallion, and added mushrooms and red wine.

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Renegade Chef January 28, 2009

Great dish and so easy. These are items I always have on hand. Made for holiday tag. Another keeper, Lauralie. Next time I'll be careful not to over cook the 'matters.

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BakinBaby January 18, 2009

I used to make this all the time simply by "winging it". It really is delightful! I think I'll make it again tonight and follow your suggestions since I never wrote it down! So glad you did! ;^P Canned diced tomatoes can be substituted in a pinch.

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour December 09, 2008
Cheese Ravioli With Fresh Tomato and Artichoke Sauce