Ravioli with Spinach, Artichokes, Capers, Sun-Dried Tomatoes


Ravioli with Spinach, Artichokes, Capers, Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Ravioli with Spinach, Artichokes, Capers, Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Ingredients needed for this Italian ravioli recipe:

store-bought ravioli (cheese ravioli, or pesto ravioli)
olive oil
sun-dried tomatoes
artichoke hearts
Italian seasoning
spinach, fresh
Parmesan cheese, shredded

How to make Italian ravioli:

1) Cook store-purchased ravioli until al dente. Drain.

2) Heat 2 tablespoons olive oil on medium heat in a large skillet. Add chopped sun-dried tomatoes, chopped artichokes, capers, Italian seasoning and cook for 2 minutes. Add fresh spinach, and continue cooking and stirring until the spinach wilts.

3) To the skillet with sautéed vegetables, on medium-low heat, add cooked ravioli, 1 tablespoon of olive oil, and stir. The dish should be salty enough from capers. Sprinkle with shredded Parmesan cheese when serving.

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I love spinach and artichokes, and I knew they would make a great combination with ravioli.  And, capers and sun-dried tomatoes always make pasta recipes even more delicious.

It’s such an easy recipe, especially if you buy high quality, pre-made ravioli in the store – and there are plenty of choices these days.  Just dress them up with these sautéed vegetables, and you have a delicious dinner that everybody will enjoy.  This Italian ravioli recipe tastes like something from the Mediterranean restaurant: pasta, veggies, olive oil, and garlic.  What’s not to like?

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While store-bought ravioli work great in this recipe, you can always make your own ravioli and use your own homemade ravioli with this recipe as well.



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