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23 Feb 11 at 1 am
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Snooki Ravioli

Source: http://www.cooking4carnivores.com/2010/10/snooki.html

"As I have told you, I recently discovered my slow cooker. This whole set it and forget it world is a very new and exciting thing for me. With just a bit of planning on days when I know I am going to have a crazy afternoon, I can come home to a ready made meal for me and the carnivore. Just the other day I made this real quick ravioli because I was taking our little guy to his check up late in the afternoon. I knew between the doctor visit and traffic I would be wiped out by the time we got home. So, I set up this simple meal and had it ready to go when we got back. I’m calling it Snooki because its easy and Italian…ha!


For this recipe you will need the following:1 bag of frozen cheese ravioli 1 16oz can of organic tomato sauce 1 16oz can of organic diced tomatoes2 tblsp of olive oil2 cloves of garlic, peeled and diced1/4 cup of grated parmesanItalian seasoning (basil, parsley, oregano) Kosher salt & freshly cracked pepper1 cup of grated mozzarella cheeseFresh basil (optional)

First, let me say I recommend going to your local Italian shop and getting the good stuff when it comes to the ravioli. It just tastes better. Plus, you get to support your local foodie establishments. Also, if you get a cheese and spinach variety you are sneaking one more veggie into your carnivore. 
So, to make this dish, start by turning your slow cooker on low. Add in the oil and garlic. Next add in the tomato sauce and the diced tomatoes. Season the mixture with Italian spices. I like to pick fresh herbs from my garden, but dried will do. Just remember you need less. We like a lot of basil in my house so I add a lot to my sauce but you can do whatever. Stir in the parmesan along with a bit of salt and pepper. Put in the ravioli and coat them thoroughly with the sauce. Let this cook for at least four hours. Then add in the mozzarella, because more cheese is always a plus in my book. Stir it in and continue to cook for another ten minutes or until it melts. Serve with a bit of freshly chopped basil if you have it on hand.

The results are fabulous saucy gooey good! And it takes hardly any time at all. Who doesn’t need that on a hectic day? So whether you live on the Jersey Shore or not, this easy Italian dish is sure to hit the spot.”

Snooki Ravioli
Source: http://www.cooking4carnivores.com/2010/10/snooki.html
"As I have told you, I recently discovered my slow cooker.  This whole set it and forget it world is a very new and exciting thing  for me. With just a bit of planning on days when I know I am going to  have a crazy afternoon, I can come home to a ready made meal for me and  the carnivore. Just the other day I made this real quick ravioli because  I was taking our little guy to his check up late in the afternoon. I  knew between the doctor visit and traffic I would be wiped out by the  time we got home. So, I set up this simple meal and had it ready to go  when we got back. I’m calling it Snooki because its easy and  Italian…ha!
 For this recipe you will need the following:1 bag of frozen cheese ravioli 1 16oz can of organic tomato sauce 1 16oz can of organic diced tomatoes2 tblsp of olive oil2 cloves of garlic, peeled and diced1/4 cup of grated parmesanItalian seasoning (basil, parsley, oregano) Kosher salt & freshly cracked pepper1 cup of grated mozzarella cheeseFresh basil (optional)  First, let me  say I recommend going to your local Italian shop and getting the good  stuff when it comes to the ravioli.  It just tastes better. Plus, you  get to support your local foodie  establishments. Also, if you get a  cheese and spinach variety you are sneaking one more veggie into your  carnivore.  So, to make  this dish, start by turning your slow cooker on low. Add in the oil and  garlic. Next add in the tomato sauce and the diced tomatoes. Season the  mixture with Italian spices. I like to pick fresh herbs from my garden,  but dried will do. Just remember you need less. We like a lot of basil  in my house so I add a lot to my sauce but you can do whatever. Stir in  the parmesan along with a bit of salt and pepper. Put in the ravioli and  coat them thoroughly with the sauce. Let this cook for at least four  hours. Then add in the mozzarella, because more cheese is always a plus  in my book. Stir it in and continue to cook for another ten minutes or  until it melts. Serve with a bit of freshly chopped basil if you have it  on hand. The  results are fabulous saucy gooey good! And it takes hardly any time at  all. Who doesn’t need that on a hectic day? So whether you live on the  Jersey Shore or not, this easy Italian dish is sure to hit the spot.”
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    yummm :)
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    I’ve got a bag of frozen ravioli I’ve been meaning to cook…
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