Add the ravioli and cook for 7 to 9 minutes until tender. 5 things to do with that leftover ricotta cheese sitting in your fridge. In a food processor, chop the leftover meatloaf into a coarse meal. Try our twist, using zesty marmalade and a dash of whisky, for a grown-up comfort food treat. Fill with the filling then top with another crescent roll and crimp the edges, sealing tight.

but two cans of crescent roll dough. I have a ton of leftover filling and don't want to roll out much more pasta dough, though. I developed this tonight using the leftovers of the wonderful recipe #30505 and the leftover sautéed portobello mushrooms called for in recipe #239635.

Unroll and place 1 crescent roll dough on a cookie sheet. Fill with the filling then top with another crescent roll and crimp the edges, sealing tight. Ah, the good old bolognese sauce – SO well loved in families across the universe. Unroll and place 1 crescent roll dough on a cookie sheet. Ever (for the next couple of days anyway). I love making pasta and don't do it nearly enough.

Yesterday I left a little bit of a cliffhanger at the end of my post (oh how dramatic of me) and promised that I'd show you a little trick for what you can do with leftover pierogi dough. I love making pasta and don't do it nearly enough. Wonton skins 1 c. leftover meatloaf (baked chicken, baked salmon, ground sausage, just about any precooked meat will work) 1 sm. I like the ricotta gnocchi idea - they're super easy and so so tasty.

Leftover bread really does make the best pudding and it's perfect if you've got a hankering for something sweet and need to feed a crowd. Leftover Ravioli. We'll start with the classic. Simple hand-cranked pasta machines (the kind you attach to your counter) are not crazy expensive, and if you're lucky, you can find one at a tag sale for cheap, like I did. Leftover bread recipes 1. 4 Responses to “What to do with leftover ravioli filling?” Jen-Jen Says: May 27th, 2010 at 9:22 pm. Posted by: LucyS; June 12, 2011; 25659 views; 6 Comments; Leftovers; ravioli filling; waste management; 6 Comments mrslarkin June 13, 2011 Wow, that's quite a challenge, LucyS! Wow, that's quite a challenge, LucyS! container Ricotta cheese 1 jar of your favorite prepared spaghetti sauce. Boil in batches leftover raviolis.

(Correct seasoning if necessary). Fill with the filling then top with another crescent roll and crimp the edges, sealing tight. The precise answer to that question depends to a large extent on storage conditions - refrigerate ravioli within two hours of cooking. Drain. In a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat, add the pancetta and cook stirring frequently, until crispy, about 8 minutes. Drain. but two cans of crescent roll dough. Bread and butter pudding. Leftover Pâté Pasta. One of my favorite restaurants in Sacramento, Paesano’s, makes an appetizer of fried cheese and spinach ravioli with a spicy arrabiata dipping sauce. Stir in the Ricotta cheese.

Top with parmesan. Unroll and place 1 crescent roll dough on a cookie sheet. I’m turning yesterday’s yummy ravioli into a healthier vegan version of an old restaurant favorite: fried ravioli. Add the ravioli and cook for 7 to 9 minutes until tender. The ravioli were delicious, especially the rabe ones. Drain with spider tool and simmer in sauce until ready to serve. Upload Photo or cancel. Bake according to the crescent roll dough directions. To maximize the shelf life of cooked ravioli for safety and quality, refrigerate the ravioli in shallow … but two cans of crescent roll dough. A lovely, tasty little savoury pick me up is a thick smear of pâtés on a thin and crispy cracker; perfect as a little morsel to be enjoyed before supper.

Because "leftover cheese" is a really special thing. but two cans of crescent roll dough. However, yes, there comes a point when not even the kids want to see another Spag Bol. Because they wont let us use recipes as ingredients i will post the info to do it from scratch, but it was made with left overs. I made ravioli this weekend and have leftover filling. Drain. I was thinking of making miniature lasagnas or other baked pasta dish with the remainders and some boxed pasta. Bake according to the crescent roll dough directions. It is ricotta, spices, and egg in it - what can I do with it? Fill with the filling then top with another crescent roll and crimp the edges, sealing tight. What to do with leftover pasta filling?

You could use any combination of cherry tomato recipes and mushrooms, i found the above two perfect! 4 Responses to “What to do with leftover ravioli filling?” Jen-Jen Says: May 27th, 2010 at 9:22 pm.