This past weekend, we decided to break in our new outdoor "living room" fire pit. So just as sun was setting and the air had that crisp cool fall feeling to it, we lit the fire. (hint: you can click on any picture to enlarge, and then click on the picture again to make it even bigger)
We sat outside by the fire enjoying a glass of wine and the setting sun. Then I headed inside to make a tasty fall dinner.
This dinner is soooooo super easy, but definitely has a big Ta Da factor.
Take one package of fresh Reserva Buitoni Quattro Formaggi Agnolotti.
Some fresh sage.
Some Butternut Squash Soup.
Heat soup in one pan, keep warm. In a small saute pan, melt butter until brown, being careful not to burn. You do want it brown though to give it that nutty flavor.
When butter is brown, toss in 3-4 chopped sage leaves and saute on low 2 minutes.
Cook the pasta according to package directions, then toss the pasta in the browned butter and sage to coat.
To serve, spoon some butternut squash soup into bottom of bowl - this will be your "sauce", so just cover the bottom of the bowl.
Add the pasta, drizzle the leftover brown butter on top. Top with cracked fresh pepper and grated Parmesan cheese.
Pretty fancy for package food, huh? And boy does it taste great!!
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