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  • Serves 4
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 6 Ingredients

26 Comments

Great flavour combination. It is indulgent and filling.


Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 1 pack Fresh pumpkin filled pasta
  • 10 Fresh Sage leaves
  • 50ml Olive oil
  • 50g Butter
  • Pinch Of cracked salt and pepper
  • Spinkle Of Parmesan cheese (optional)

Method

  1. You will need: Frypan Saucepan Strainer Wooden spoon
  2. Bring a Saucepan of water to the boil. While the water is heating start the Sage butter.
  3. In the frypan, add the oil, butter and Sage. Cook on medium - high until safe is crispy. Add salt and pepper, turn off the heat, and using the spoon break up the Sage into small pieces.
  4. Cook pasta following packet directions, once cooked, drain. Add the cooked pasta to the frypan and gently stir through the Sage butter to coat. Serve as is, or top with a sprinkle of Parmesan. Enjoy.

  • My friend made me a similar recipe and it was absolutely amazing! So simple but bursting with flavour

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  • Simple yet delicious, my style of cooking

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  • Sage sauce is one of the “lazy” days dished. I love it..

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  • Yum! Looks like a great weekday meal.

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  • Yummmm! This is my type of dish. Simple and delicious.

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  • My kids usually enjoy pasta and eat it without complaint, so I should try and make this for them.

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  • Thanks for sharing, personally I’m not keen on sage

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  • What a lovely recipe for autumn.

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  • Sounds delicious! Will be trying

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  • Yum this looks so tasty. Cant wait to give it a try.

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  • Lovely recipe. Thank you for sharing it. Easy to make too.

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  • Seems like I was trying to fry my sage incorrectly by cutting up finely first and ended up with burnt sage. I shall try your recipe as I have sage growing beautifully this year. Thanks so much for sharing.


    • Thank you everyone. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

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  • They look quite delicious, fluffy and the butter comes through prominently it seems.

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  • So, so easy. I can do this. We often have the Lattina tortellini, agnolotti or ravioli in the fridge for a quick and easy dinner.

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  • Have never tried any pasta with filling except Canelloni. Will have to check out where can i get egg free pasta with filling. Looks simple.and tasty.

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