If you’re looking to indulge on a fanciful pasta dish, take a chance on our ravioli recipe! We use a cheesy ravioli to compliment well with the prosciutto. Our secret (or not-so secret) ingredient is the burst of flavor that comes from the herbes de provence. It is a blend of marjoram, oregano, rosemary, thyme, savory, and sometimes, lavender. Not to be mistaken from the usual Italian seasoning, though they have their similarities. Mix that in with some cheesy ravioli and salty meat, and you’ve got an inviting meal for dinner.
The best thing about our recipe is that it’s so easy to make! It’s different from a normal alfredo pasta, as ours come with the herbes de provence to add a new layer to it. It’s also effortless to customize, especially for the ravioli you intend to use. If you also have a ton of spices on hand, you don’t even need to run to the grocery to get a herbes de provence shaker. You can create the mix yourself, and add a touch more to your liking. Plus, the whole cooking process takes only 10 minutes. A great ravioli recipe to cook when you don’t have time after a long day’s work! This recipe is also part of our 20 easy culinary recipes that you can master!
Ravioli is so easy to make in a hurry, especially as the pasta itself comes in a package. If you’re interested in creating another ravioli recipe like this, we have plenty to offer. Try out our Gorgonzola Walnut Ravioli with Sage Butter for another creamy but more earthy ravioli dish. And if you think there’s something missing with it? Go and pair your ravioli plate with our Low-Calorie Italian Bread recipe. Smear it with butter and toast it to golden brown perfection for a lovely side! Serve it quick on your romantic dinner for two or make enough to have leftovers for tomorrow.
How To Make Ravioli Alfredo with Herbes de Provence
A ravioli recipe made easy for those busy nights! This ravioli alfredo plate is smothered in aromatic herbs. It’s served with a savory prosciutto and toasted garlic for a tasty meal.
Cook the pasta according to its package directions.
Five minutes before the pasta finishes cooking, melt the butter in a medium-sized skillet.
Add the herbes de provence to the melting butter. Once the butter is completely melted, add the cream and the sliced prosciutto.
Slowly bring the contents of the skillet to a simmer, then thicken the sauce to your desired consistency.
Next, drain the pasta and add it to the sauce, stirring gently for 2 minutes.
Once the pasta is coated in the sauce, serve it on a plate with some toasted garlic for added flavor. Bon Apetit!
- Sugar: 2g
- Calcium: 71mg
- Calories: 715kcal
- Carbohydrates: 49g
- Cholesterol: 161mg
- Fat: 48g
- Fiber: 3g
- Iron: 13mg
- Potassium: 101mg
- Protein: 21g
- Saturated Fat: 22g
- Sodium: 927mg
- Vitamin A: 956IU
- Vitamin C: 1mg
Commonly Asked Questions
What other raviolis can I use for this recipe?
Our ravioli recipe calls for a cheese ravioli that compliments the prosciutto. However, you are free to use any other type of ravioli you have on hand or prefer. Some examples that would work wonderfully with our recipe are mushroom, chicken, spinach and cream, and ricotta ravioli. The mushroom ravioli also works as a great alternative for vegans to use!
How do I make my own herbes de provence blend?
Herbes de provence is generally a blend of marjoram, oregano, rosemary, thyme, savory, and lavender. If you’re the kind of home cook that has a ton of herbs on hand, you probably already have these on hand. You can just toss those six herbs together and it should work just fine. But there are a lot more spices that you can add in, so feel free to customize it to your desire.
ConclusionYou never have to worry about laboring over pasta again with our ravioli recipe. This dish comes with only a few ingredients. It’s your ultimate go-to for a quick dinner after a tiring day at work. Serve it with some toasted, buttered bread, or toasted garlic to complete your meal!
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