Top Rated Sage Butter Sauce Recipes

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Christmas with Southern Living 2001, Oxmoor House 2001
This recipe goes with Butternut Squash Ravioli with Sage Butter Sauce
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Marco Canora
Try this Gnocchi with Sage-Butter Sauce recipe or find other Potato recipes and Italian recipes .
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Gina S.
A delicious sage, butter, garlic and cheese sauce makes a delicious side dish or complete meal!
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ratherbeswimmin'
The Ski House Cookbook
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favrelvr04
This rich and creamy white sauce is best served over angel hair pasta.
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tinaki99
Very quick and easy to make to accompany my (homemade) gnocchi recipe. To serve, divide gnocchi among bowls, spooning over burnt butter sauce. Sprinkle with 1 cup (80g) grated/shaved parmesan cheese (optional).
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Quick From Scratch Pasta, Food & Wine JANUARY 1997
Leaves of fresh sage sauteéd in golden-brown butter form a classic Italian pasta sauce (see last Variation below). Our version uses ground sage, and so you can make it any time of the year. We've added a generous amount of garlic, too. Slowly cooking it in the butter mellows its pungency, but you can also use fewer cloves if you prefer.
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Chef mariajane
Traditionally, Gnocchi are made with potato, but here is a recipe that is made with a special touch, made with pumpkin - hope you enjoy
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Leaves of fresh sage sautéed in golden-brown butter form a classic Italian pasta sauce. Our version uses ground sage, and so you can make it any time of the year. We've added a generous amount of garlic, too. Slowly cooking it in the butter mellows its pungency, but you can also use fewer cloves if you prefer.
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Kozmic Blues
My girlfriend Lauren LOVES this recipe so much that I simply HAD to add it to my ever-growing list of recipes! I saw this on "Everyday Italian" and just had to try it! I made a few adjustments for what was available at the nearby market, but overall, I think this came out amazingly!
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Cookgirl
From Bon Appetit January 2006. Jerusalem artichokes are related to the sunflower and are native to North America. Lucky you if you have access to fresh Jerusalem artichokes! If not available, frozen ones can be substituted. How would one describe the taste? Nutty, sweet, potato-like.... I really don't know.
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40 West, Rhinebeck, NY
An exceptional ravioli dish whose fresh and hearty ingredients are perfect for either the first or main course of an unforgettable dinner.
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