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What do do when ravioli gets Mushy in Crockpot?

wahine88 | Apr 8, 2013 03:54 PM

For an emergency potluck dinner, turned to my new eLume Crock-Pot for what seemed like the most impossibly easy recipe ever - ravioli. Impossible b/c it's likely not possible for ravioli to not get mushy...

After consulting several recipes online, I used 4 packages frozen ravioli and 3 jars high-quality Sonoma Valley pasta sauce, but with an hour to go (4 hours, low) the ravioli are mushy. HELP! Any rescues you could recommend at this time? Thank you!!

(Btw, don't trust Crock-Pot. I went with the eLume b/c Cooks Illustrated had recommended it as its highest rated crockpot, but was suspicious when Crock-Pot lowered its price. I double checked and asked them more than once if they weren't going to come out with a new Crock-Pot in the coming months. They said no, but today I found out they did come out with a new one that allows for programmable starts. =( )

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