Place butternut squash on a pan with a lip and drizzle with olive oil.
Cook for 20 minutes, flip, then cook for another 20 minutes, or until tender.
Meanwhile, mix all pasta dough ingredients in a bowl.
Knead for several minutes on a well-floured surface, adding more water as needed. The dough should be smooth and elastic. Wrap the dough ball with plastic and let sit for 30 minutes.
Once butternut squash is tender, scoop out the flesh and stir in nutmeg, cinnamon, brown sugar, salt and pepper.
Let cool to room temperature (or place in the refrigerator), then add ricotta.
Once pasta dough has rested, cut ball in half.
Cover one half with plastic and roll out the other half with a rolling pin or in a pasta machine. If you don’t have a pasta machine, I hope you have some amount of patience as you’ll be rolling out dough for a while. I don’t have a pasta machine, so I just kept rolling out the dough until it was “thin enough.”
Cut flattened pasta dough into 2-by 2-inch squares.
Place a teaspoon of filling in the center of the square, then fold pasta over to form a triangle. Seal the dough around the edges with your fingers. Have a bowl of water nearby to moisten your fingers as the dough dries out. Set uncooked ravioli aside. Repeat process with other dough ball.
Boil a pot of water while preparing the butter sage sauce.
Add ravioli to pot of boiling water and cook for about 5 minutes, or until soft.
Place the flour inside a food processor, add the salt and olive oil.
While keeping the machine on, add the eggs one at a time through the chute.Stop food processor when it forms into dough.
REMOVE BLADE BEFORE SCRAPING THE DOUGH WITH YOUR HANDS. Using your hands knead out the dough into a 8 inch roll.
Cover it with plastic wrap.
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