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Ramps are one of those items that seem so appealing at the market but can be a challenge to use when you get them home. This dish solves the problem. Because the recipe comes from Rachael Ray, who made her name teaching a generation to get dinner on the table in 30 minutes, it's quick to make once you have the ramps blanched. The pesto comes together fast, so you can make it while the pasta is boiling. The creaminess of the ricotta tempers the ramps, which can vary in their pungency. Pink peppercorns are berries, not true peppercorns. They add a lovely look to the finished pasta and bring a more delicate fruitiness and a quieter heat than black pepper; if you can't find them, black pepper will do just fine.

Provided by Kim Severson

Categories     pastas, main course, side dish

Time 30m

Yield 6 servings

Number Of Ingredients 9

1 large bunch of ramps (about 1/2 pound), cleaned, roots trimmed, bulbs and stems separated from leaves
Zest and juice of 1 lemon
1/4 cup shelled pistachios (preferably the bright green Sicilian variety), lightly toasted
1/2 cup grated Parmigiano-Reggiano
1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil
Kosher salt, to taste
3/4 cup bufala ricotta, fresh cow's milk ricotta or mascarpone (6 ounces)
1 pound fusilli lunghi or bucatini
Freshly ground pink peppercorns, for serving (or use ground black pepper)


  • Bring a large pot of water to a boil for pasta. Set aside an ice-water bath in a medium bowl.
  • Blanch the ramp leaves in boiling water for 15 seconds. Remove with a spider or slotted spoon and immediately plunge them into the ice bath. Drain the leaves and dry on a kitchen towel. Tops should be bright and vibrant green in color.
  • Add the blanched leaves to a food processor with 1/4 of the ramp bulbs and stems, plus the lemon zest and juice, the pistachios and the Parmigiano-Reggiano. Pulse to finely chop, and stream in the olive oil until the pesto comes together into a thick sauce. Taste and, if desired, add more bulbs and stems, a few at a time, then add salt to taste and pulse to combine. (Reserve the remaining bulbs and stems for use in dressings, sautéed vegetable dishes or eggs.)
  • Place the ricotta or mascarpone in large mixing bowl.
  • Salt the pasta water and cook pasta about 1 minute less than package directions for al dente. Just before draining, remove 1/2 cup of the pasta cooking water and add to the ricotta or mascarpone to soften and loosen the cheese. Add the ramp pesto and stir to combine. Drain pasta, add to sauce and toss to coat. Transfer pasta to a serving dish or individual bowls, and top with a generous amount of pink peppercorn.

Nutrition Facts : @context http, Calories 516, UnsaturatedFat 14 grams, Carbohydrate 63 grams, Fat 22 grams, Fiber 4 grams, Protein 18 grams, SaturatedFat 6 grams, Sodium 414 milligrams, Sugar 4 grams


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Ramps season is in early spring. The flavor is similar to onions, particularly like scallions, but wilder. They can be used just like scallions. In Appalachia, they are so popular that festivals are dedicated to them. They've been a staple of Southern Appalachian cooking for generations. If ramps are unavailable, feel free to sub regular leeks or scallions.

Provided by Molly53

Categories     Very Low Carbs

Time 15m

Yield 1/2 cup

Number Of Ingredients 7

1/2 lb ramps with greens, washed and patted dry, root ends trimmed
3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
3/4 teaspoon kosher salt (to taste)
1 pinch black pepper, freshly ground
1 tablespoon pine nuts, toasted
1 tablespoon parmesan cheese, grated
1/2 teaspoon fresh lemon juice (to taste)


  • Cut the greens off of the ramps.
  • Dice the bulbs into ¼-inch pieces.
  • Bring a medium pot of salted water to a boil. Have a bowl of ice water next to the stove. Drop the greens into the boiling water and cook for 2 minutes. Lift the greens out of the water with a strainer and plunge them immediately into the ice water. Drain and squeeze dry. If they are still moist, roll them up into a kitchen towel and twist the ends tightly to squeeze out all of the excess moisture.
  • Coarsely chop the greens and set aside.
  • Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a small sauté pan over medium heat.
  • Add the ramp bulbs, ¼ teaspoon of the salt and the pepper.
  • Stir together and cook until the bulbs are tender, about 5 minutes.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Cool to room temperature.
  • Place the ramp greens and bulbs in the bowl of a food processor.
  • Pulse a few times to chop them together, then process continuously for 1 minute.
  • Stop the machine and scrape down the sides of the bowl.
  • Process for 1 more minutes, or until the ramp mixture is very finely chopped.
  • Add the pine nuts, Parmesan, remaining 2 tablespoons of oil, remaining ½ teaspoon salt and lemon juice and process until smooth.
  • Taste for seasoning, adding more salt and/or lemon juice as needed.
  • Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 10 days or in the freezer for up to 1 month.


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Dollop this verdant sauce atop our Dyed Deviled Eggs or Ramp Farinata, or use it to flavor our Roasted Leg of Lamb with Asparagus and Herbs.

Provided by Martha Stewart

Categories     Food & Cooking     Healthy Recipes     Gluten-Free Recipes

Time 10m

Yield Makes 1 cup

Number Of Ingredients 3

2 bunches ramps (about 16), trimmed and chopped
3/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for storage
Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper


  • Pulse ramps in a food processor until finely chopped. With motor running, pour in oil. Season generously with salt and pepper. To store, transfer pesto to an airtight container, pour a thin layer of oil over top, and refrigerate for up to 1 week.


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When ramps are in reason, try making this tasty, easy ramp pesto. Tastes great with pasta or on bread.

Provided by Marianne

Categories     Main Dish Recipes     Pasta     Pesto Pasta Recipes

Time 10m

Yield 12

Number Of Ingredients 6

1 ¼ cups ramps leaves, rinsed and dried
2 tablespoons pine nuts
1 clove garlic, peeled and chopped
10 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1 ¼ cups finely grated Parmesan cheese
salt to taste


  • Combine ramp leaves, pine nuts, and garlic in a food processor. Process until finely chopped. With the food processor running, add olive oil and process everything until smooth. Transfer mixture to a bowl and mix in grated Parmesan cheese. Season with salt to taste.

Nutrition Facts : Calories 151.3 calories, Carbohydrate 1.9 g, Cholesterol 7.3 mg, Fat 14.4 g, Fiber 0.2 g, Protein 3.7 g, SaturatedFat 3.1 g, Sodium 129.4 mg, Sugar 0.5 g


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Categories     Pasta     Kid-Friendly     Quick & Easy     Dinner     Lunch     Parmesan     Leek     Pastry     Bon Appétit     Sugar Conscious     Vegetarian     Pescatarian     Peanut Free     Soy Free     No Sugar Added     Kosher     Small Plates

Yield 4 servings

Number Of Ingredients 11

4 ounces ramp greens (about a fistful)
Salted water
ice water
12 ounces spaghetti
1 cup reserved pasta cooking liquid
2 ramp bulbs and stalks (save or pickle the rest)
1/4 cup toasted walnuts
1/3 cup olive oil
2 tablespoons grated Pecorino
Pecorino and lemon wedges for garnish


  • Blanch greens from 4 ounces ramps (about a fistful) in a large pot of boiling salted water until wilted, about 10 seconds. Let cool in ice water; drain and squeeze out liquid. Return pot of water to a boil and cook 12 ounces spaghetti, stirring occasionally, until al dente; drain, reserving 1 cup cooking liquid.
  • Meanwhile, coarsely chop 2 ramp bulbs and stalks (save or pickle the rest) and 1/4 cup toasted walnuts in a food processor. Add ramp greens, 1/3 cup olive oil, and 2 tablespoons grated Pecorino; process to a coarse paste. Season with salt.
  • Toss spaghetti and 1/2 cup cooking liquid with pesto, adding more cooking liquid as needed until pesto coats pasta. Serve topped with more Pecorino and with lemon wedges.

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  • Grate the cheese. If buying a wedge of cheese and grating fresh, either grate by hand or place chunks of Pecorino into a food processor fitted with blade attachment. Pulse until very fine.
  • Clean and trim the ramps. Wash the ramps very well to remove any dirt. Trim the root ends off each bulb and discard, then cut just below the leafy greens. Reserve stems and bulbs for another recipe, such as pickled ramps. Meanwhile, chop the ramp leaves into pieces about 2" long.
  • Pulse ingredients. Place remaining ingredients (except for olive oil) in the food processor along with the cheese. Pulse until very finely chopped.
  • Blend in olive oil. With machine on, slowly drizzle in olive oil, using ½ cup to begin, until smooth and emulsified. If pesto is too chunky, add remaining olive oil. Serve immediately or store in an airtight container in refrigerator until needed.
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Meanwhile, coarsely chop ramp bulbs and stalks and walnuts in a food processor. Add ramp greens, olive oil, and the cheese; process to a coarse paste. Season with salt. Toss spaghetti and ½ cup cooking liquid with pesto, adding more cooking liquid as needed until pesto coats pasta. Serve topped with more grated cheese and with lemon wedges.
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2014-04-29  · Ramp Pesto. Getting excited about ramp season is soooo 2 years ago. But the fun thing about ramps is that they are gone before you get sick of them. Also their lightly garlicky flavor, their bright green color and general versatility are a bonus. Since they are available for a limited time, ramps tend to be pricier than your average allium. So we have to make them last …
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Jump to Recipe Almond Ramp Pesto and Pickled Ramps Recipes. Almond Ramp Pesto and Pickled Ramps are two quick recipes and great ways to preserve your wild Ramps. If you’re lucky enough to harvest wild ramps or come across some at your local farmers market congrats! You'll need to have a gameplan on how to prepare and preserve them for as long as possible. …
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2021-04-12  · Ramps are amazing in pasta! To make an easy spaghetti dish, just cook up the ramp bulbs (thinly sliced) in a skillet with a few teaspoons of butter and olive oil. Tear up a couple cups of ramp greens and add to the skillet. Then gently mix ramps into cooked pasta! Mix in grated Parmesan and serve. Wild Ramp Pesto Recipe
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2021-05-02  · If you've dried any ramp leaves, this is a great recipe that calls for dried ramps. However, if you've made ramp pesto from fresh leaves, you can do as recipe creator Olenka suggests and use that instead. Whichever way you make it, this is a delicious way to enjoy feta and an instant appetizer that's easy to make ahead.
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2020-05-03 · Ramp Pesto Recipe. This Ramp Pesto Recipe is made with ramps and pine nuts. Whether you know them by ramps, ramsons, wild leeks, or wild garlic, it is the same thing. The name of the plant is allium tricoccum. There aren’t a lot of ramp recipes out there that I’ve found. But, it’s easy to make pesto … From confessionsofanover-workedmom.com Reviews 2 Category Recipe ...
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