The 99 th edition of Weekend Herb Blogging27.04.2021 ** is hosted by Katie from Thyme For Cooking. So guess what I used to flavour my pumpkin sauce?
I grow two types of thyme in my garden and both survive the slug attacks. Thyme has not only a culinary use, but also a medical use. So thyme honey could be spread on a buttered slice of bread to enjoy, it is also helpful against cough.
I am a fan of the ‚cook once, eat twice‘ technique. Yesterday I ‚ve flavoured my ravioli filling with thyme and had some purée left. So I decided to serve the leftover ravioli in a thyme flavoured pumpkin sauce.
Homemade Ravioli with Thyme Pumpkin Sauce
For the sauce I sauteed one chopped onion and one garlic clove in a little white wine until tender. I added the pumpkin purée, some single cream and seasoned to taste with thyme, nutmeg, salt and pepper. In that sauce I warmed the ravioli for lunch. Quick, easy and tasty…
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Der Beweis, dass es gut ist! Hier nochmals leckre Raviolis….
Thyme for cooking
Oooh, Ulrike, that looks wonderful! And I bet it tasted fabulous! Such a luscious, creamy sauce… When my pumpkin is ready…
Good to know thyme helps ward off coughs! Pumpkins have just started arriving at the market and I can’t wait to try this combination!
I’m totally in agreement with the „cook once, eat twice“ philosophy. This sounds just yummy, and I love seeing the thyme WHB header with it, just perfect.
What a great idea to make a pumpkin puree sauce. That looks and sounds incredible!
It does look spectacular. I love the combination of pumpkin and thyme and what could possibly be bad about ravioli?! Thanks for sharing.
Delicious! For sure.
Excellent use for the leftover pumpkin. Your photo is wonderful!
This looks fabulous. I love making ravioli, and the combination of pumpkin and thyme is one of my favorites (although not very common). Thanks for this great idea!
It just so happens I have a beautiful pumpkin sitting on my counter that I’ve been searching for just the perfect recipe for. Voila! This is the one. Thanks so much!