Whichever direction you choose to go, this dish will become your family staples on busy school nights.
You can substitute the spinach with the kale, which you will have chopped fine prior to adding it to the skillet.
Asparagus sliced in third and cooked the last minute in the pasta boiling water, make a great variation.
Nothing like fresh tomatoes if you have those on hand and not the sun-dried tomatoes. cook them a bit longer and check for the seasoning as you go along.
Easy to assemble as all the vegetables are sauteed in oil while very quickly, as soon as the ravioli are done, they are added to the vegetables. Make sure you are using a large skillet to fit them with ease.
This recipe takes less than 30 minutes from beginning to end.
I used frozen artichokes, and if they do not defrost completely prior to cooking, it is ok. Want to add some peas too if your heart desires. Have fun with this dish.
Do not forget to shred lots of parmesan cheese over it. A great adults and kids recipe.