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Old 04-08-2014, 11:57 AM   #1
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Portobello Mushroom Ravioli with Garlic Cream and Mushroom Sauce

I had a hampering for some pasta yesterday. All I had laying around was some button mushrooms, and some portobellos.
So I figured why not some ravioli.

I got me a new pan the other day too and wanted to try it out.
So I diced me up some shallots, and some onions.


Added some butter to the onions, and shallots, then cooked until they were translucent.


I finely chopped up the mushrooms, and tossed them together.



I added the mushrooms to the cooking onions, and shallots.


And cooked them down.


After I cooked the mushrooms to a golden brown I removed them from the sauce pan,and placed in the freezer to cool rapidly.
I then returned the sauce pan back to the heat, to make the sauce.

I first add a half a stick of salted butter to the heat and scrapped all the fond from the pan. when the butter came to temp I added in minced garlic, and browned.


I deglased the pan with chicken stock, then once again with heavy cream.




Once the mushrooms had time to chill, it was time to start making the raviolis.
First I added some mozzarella, and romano cheeses to the mushrooms and mixed it in.



Making up some ravioli.





Cooking time.....


Sauced, and plated.


And here is alittle peak of the Portobello Mushroom Ravioli with Garlic Cream and Mushroom Sauce.
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Looks like a lot of work but so worth it, that looks fantastic!!! Nicely done Max!!!!
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Ditto Max, NICE JOB!
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Excellent!!!!
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I could eat a lot of those!
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You know how to make chubby folks hungry. Good job!
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Yeah, it was alot of work, but well worth it. Hell get this one, I have a buddy that lives with me, since his house got foreclosed. This guy is a damn picky eater, he was all like, "I like to eat meat! When you do not have meat with a meal, it is not a meal." That and all of a sudden he does not like Italian food. I just laughed, and politely said oh well more for me, and my mother. It's really funny since a good 80% of the food that I make is either Italian, or Mediterranean.
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I dont mind a little Eyetalian food myself. You ever had Pasta Putenesca? Lovely stuff. There is a killer no cook recipe for it in the recipe section I think. Came from our old palette named Wendy Hufnagle or ~W for short. Here ya go. Give it a try if you aint already.

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