corn, caramelized onion & thyme ravioli corn, caramelized onion & thyme ravioli

We’re crazy for corn; we admit it. But we’re far from alone. We spot it served on the cob at clambakes and cookouts, cut into kernels and cooked into chowders and gumbos, but have you tried it in a ravioli? We take this ultra-sweet veggie and slice it raw right off the cob. Then we promptly sauté it with sweet caramelized onions and thyme to add a crisp, sweet bite to a deliciously cheesy ravioli.

Try It With

freshly chopped grape tomatoes

corn, caramelized onion & thyme

Suggested Pairing: Wine

Domestic Chardonnay

Robust, fleshy, sweet and buttery; just like corn. Richness from the oak & malolactic fermentation gives the wine a rich, creamy mouthfeel. Perfect with sweet onion & corn. This will be the butter for your corn.

Suggested Pairing: Beer

Ale (Aged in Bourbon barrels)

Bourbon is made from corn. Tastes like a caramelized onion.

corn, caramelized onion & thyme

Ingredients

Ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan, corn, red onion, garlic, thyme, butter, salt, pepper

corn, caramelized onion & thyme

Cooking Instructions

  1. bring a large pot of salted water to a boil
  2. add ravioli and stir gently
  3. boil for 3-4 minutes or until ravioli begin to float
  4. strain and serve with a bit of extra virgin olive oil or butter
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