As the name implies, this dish is bursting to the brim with mushrooms. eval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],'freezermealfrenzy_com-box-3','ezslot_10',103,'0','0']));Today we’re making one such exception. It just wasn’t that great in terms of balance or taste. Creamy Chicken & Poblano Ravioli. I want to try it out but I always get overwhelmed! Like the pumpkin ravioli, I think these pockets would shine in a brown butter sage sauce. Honestly, though, if you wanted to fully commit to dessert, I could foresee this drizzled with a cinnamon-spiced glaze. Moving on. Recommended sauce pairing: Brown butter and sage sauce with toasted breadcrumbs. Especially if you come from an Italian family like mine, spaghetti is one of the first words you learn, or see as a dinner option. A bit of olive oil or butter can carry it because the filling is already so flavorful and reminiscent of the classic cacio e pepe we all know and love. The cons: An underwhelming filling in terms of quantity and quality. Well here are 72 new pumpkin-flavored products. Is it fall? The pasta is covered in a thick, flavorful mushroom broth, and within that broth, you’ll find big juicy chunks of both Porcini and Champignon mushrooms. Recommended sauce pairing: Arrabiata or a meat sauce. In fact, there’s almost a sweetness to it—likely from the generous amount of ricotta. Want a 19-cent single banana? That’s not a bad thing—the filling is smooth and well-seasoned, thanks to the addition of garlic, chives, and the unmistakable and salty flavor of Old Bay. What’s in it: Ground beef, mirepoix, ricotta cheese, breadcrumbs, parmesan, tomato paste, carrots Recommended sauce pairing: Arrabiata or a meat sauce Price: $3.69 Thoughts: Beef bolognese is a winner! If you really want to take that peppery taste to the extremity, I suppose it wouldn’t hurt to shower these in additional parmesan cheese and black pepper. I imagine it’d pair well with a brown butter sage sauce and some toasted nuts to bring more textural elements to the table. The frozen Organic Pesto Tortellini is a vast improvement on the Spinach Tortellini. Recommended sauce pairing: Tomato and basil sauce or balsamic vinaigrette. Otherwise I’d skip this one entirely—one bite was one bite too many. The One for When You’re Feeling Extra Hungry: Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Butter and Sage, $2.99 for 16 ounces. Sign up here for our daily Thrillist email and subscribe here for our YouTube channel to get your fix of the best in food/drink/fun. Meat-filled ravioli is incredibly popular, but vegetarian ravioli options aren’t at all unusual. The porcini mushrooms that make up the majority of the filling are sauteed and pureed before added to their ravioli pockets, resulting in a creamy and savory stuffing. You’ll find them in our refrigerators every day, with the rest of our fresh pastas. Perhaps a verde sauce blended with jalapenos, or even an arrabiata sprinkled with spicy, caramelized chorizo. I don't know  about you, but I'm not exactly the biggest fan of my pasta sitting in a pool of water. > Otherwise I’d skip this one entirely—one bite was one bite too many. Other than that, this ravioli definitely delivers on that distinctive truffle flavor. I STOCK UP on these whenever I go to Trader Joe's. With butter and sage. If you love butternut squash, and you’re not completely turned off by the idea of a sweet ravioli, Trader Joe’s Butternut Squash Ravioli is absolutely worth trying. Now you can, with a package of Trader Joe’s Creamy Chicken & Poblano Ravioli from our deli section. We're a gnocchi family. Is it fall? Inside Trader Joe's - a Podcast - episode 30 available, Home You tryna be tricky? If you want to enjoy this pasta, I’d recommend having a saltier sauce—like a lemon butter and caper sauce with fresh lemon zest to finish—to balance out of off-putting sweetness. If you have black truffles on hand, shaving those to finish would really be the cherry on top. While Trader Joe’s says that there are three servings here, the portion size is small enough that a single person can easily polish off a bowl. We use cookies on our website to improve the customer experience. Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours. This is a ravioli that actually feels like it can be a meal. This is a definite must buy at Trader Joes if you like beef ravioli. It tastes like a blend of butternut squash and brown sugar, but according to the packaging, it’s actually butternut squash, regular sugar, whey powder, and sea salt. What’s in it: Lobster, chives, garlic, mozzarella, ricotta, white wine, lemon juice, Old Bay seasoning Recommended sauce pairing: Tomato cream sauce Price: $4.49 Thoughts: If you’re expecting succulent chunks of lobster stuffed between a delicate pasta dough, this isn’t the ravioli for you. Prosciutto di Parma is one of my favorite thinly-sliced meats. A Guide to Trader Joe’s’ Many Varieties of Ravioli Honey Roasted Pumpkin. Trader Joe’s suggest that you make their Lobster Ravioli drizzled with just a bit of Organic Garlic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and a toss of Shaved Parmesan, Romano & Asiago Blend . You might enjoy downing a decadent bowl of ravioli in the moment, but if you’re like us, you and your stomach will regret that choice later. Looking for cheap but good booze? The taste of the cheese is much more pronounced, probably thanks to the pesto. I imagine it’d pair well with a brown butter sage sauce and some toasted nuts to bring more textural elements to the table. Perhaps a verde sauce blended with jalapenos, or even an arrabiata sprinkled with spicy, caramelized chorizo. Copyright © 2019 Her Campus Media LLC. Follow her on Twitter @katthompsonn. Here are my findings: What’s in it: Pumpkin, ricotta cheese, cinnamon, cloves, allspice, honey, sweet potato flakes, brown sugar, and molasses Recommended sauce pairing: Brown butter and sage with toasted walnuts or pecans Price: $3.69 Thoughts: This honey roasted pumpkin ravioli is really, really sweet. The ravioli is cloyingly sweet when my tastebuds were expecting bright and somewhat savory. Recommended sauce pairing: Olive oil, red wine or balsamic vinegar, sea salt flakes.