One thing I changed a little is that I just used my Cajun seasoning that I had rather than mix it myself per the recipe (it pretty much had all the same ingredients, may as well use something I bought). Thumbs up on this sandwich! Now what am I going to do with these extra buns?
Rice, black eyed peas (or are they beans? I’ve actually never had these before this recipe), peppers, and onions. That is basically the entire consistency for this recipe therefore making it super simple and therefore super bland. Yes, I liked it: peppers, onions, and rice, can’t go wrong there. But it was pretty plain. I’m not sure it was the best choice to eat alongside the Cajun Catfish Sandwich, but it probably wasn’t the worst choice either. Next time perhaps I could pair it with some grilled chicken or something. I’m still giving it a thumbs up, but it definitely needs some spice to it.
I couldn't find the recipe on the Taste of Home website so here goes for the ravioli (the others are linked at the bottom of this post):
9oz package of refrigerated ravioli
½ cup canola oil
1. Cook ravioli according to package instructions.
2. Beat eggs in a small bowl. In separate bowl mix breadcrumbs, cheese, and basil to a consistency of your liking.
3. Dip ravioli in egg and then in breadcrumbs to coat. Fry in ¼ cup canola oil in skillet for 60 seconds on each side. Replace the oil halfway through.
4. Sprinkle with more cheese (optional) and serve with warm red sauce (also optional)
Dinner & a Movie
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"Food is essential for life; therefore make it good"
Shannon does it Julie & Julia style as she cooks through a cookbook and shares thoughts and recipes along the way.