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Trish Rosenquist

Trish Rosenquist
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Chicken and Spinach Ravioli

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Trish Rosenquist is the mom behind the popular food and craft blog Mom On Timeout. Her blog has been featured on the sites of Cosmopolitan, Woman's Day, Self, Country Living, Good Housekeeping and more. She lives with her husband and two little boys in Sacramento, California.

Latest Recipes

Curried Chicken Salad

My mom loved a good curried chicken salad. We used to go to this little deli off of the highway for lunch, and every time we went, my mom would order the curried chicken salad. I remember thinking that it didnt look all that appetizing, but years later, Im a curry nut. I wish my mom was still around to enjoy this delicious salad with me. I make mine just as I remember hers, with cashews and golden raisins.You might think curry is a bit grown up, but the sweetness of the raisins ensures that kids of all ages enjoy this salad. My boys and I enjoy it best on buttery crackerssooo good!

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Spicy Mango Chicken

Sometimes I go a little crazy at the grocery store when mangoes are in season. They are just so pretty, and I love having a big bowl of them sitting on the counterit makes me happy. While eating fresh mangoes is definitely one of my favorite ways to enjoy this tropical fruit, theyre also a lot of fun to include in our dinner.Mangoes are so sweet that they pair beautifully with spicy foods, like habaneros and other chilies. This particular recipe is a perfect example of just how amazing that sweet and spicy combination can be. We enjoy this chicken served over rice or alongside noodles.

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Chicken and Spinach Ravioli

Homemade ravioli is nothing short of heaven. In a perfect world, I would lovingly make my pasta dough from scratch while listening to Italian music and drinking a glass of wine. My reality, however, is quite a bit differentand thats totally okay. Why? I can still make homemade ravioli and look like the superstar that I am by using a shortcut that no one needs to know about. . . wonton wrappers!Perfectly suited for ravioli, wonton wrappers are sold in both squares and rounds. Use whichever shape you prefer. The filling is creamy, cheesy and packed with spinach and chicken, making it a hearty meal. Top them with a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese or, as my kids prefer, with your favorite pasta sauce. Mangiamo!

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