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MALLOREDDUS CON LE COZZE

From Chef Rosario:

Sardegna (Sardinia in English) is a captivating island in the course of the Mediterranean. Italians love Sardegna for its crystal-clear waters, mozzafiato (breathtaking) seascapes, and its distinctive mouthwatering delicacies.

After I was rising up, I used to be lucky sufficient to spend a number of summers in Sardegna as a result of my father labored there for a time. I discovered to like the island’s many culinary delicacies, and above all, its distinctive pasta shapes like MALLOREDDUS (Sardinian semolina gnocchi) and FRÈGULA (Sardinian couscous—in present Italian, it is called “fregola”). Thankfully, each unique pasta shapes can be found within the pasta part of most specialty meals shops.

The next recipe is my interpretation of a basic Sardinian match: shellfish and pasta. Malloreddus are quintessentially Sardinian, and mussels are available in Sardegna and all around the Mediterranean. We’re blessed with scrumptious mussels within the North Atlantic and in different coastal areas of america as effectively, making them a favourite and beloved seafood alternative. The flavors of this dish will tempt and delight you and your company: ASSAGGIATE!

Tagliatelle with Ragù alla Bolognese

Substances

  • 1
    lb
    tagliatelle (or fettuccine)
    recent or dry
  • 2
    tbs
    butter
  • 4
    oz
    pancetta
    finely chopped
  • 1/2
    cup
    onions
    ¼” diced
  • 1/2
    cup
    carrots
    ¼” diced
  • 1/2
    cup
    celery
    ¼” diced
  • 12
    oz
    lean floor beef sirloin
  • 1/2
    cup
    dry pink wine
  • 14
    oz
    can San Marzano tomatoes
    crushed
  • 1
    cup
    vegetable broth (or beef broth)
  • 1
    cup
    complete milk
  • salt and cracked black pepper
    to style
  • loads of Parmigiano Reggiano for sprinkling over the pasta earlier than serving

Directions

  1. Place a heavy pot (similar to a Le Creuset) on reasonable warmth. Add butter and pancetta.

  2. Prepare dinner till pancetta is golden. Then add greens (onions, carrots, celery) andcook until tender and aromatic. Do NOT brown.

  3. Add floor beef and prepare dinner totally.

  4. Add wine and prepare dinner to evaporate alcohol.

  5. Add crushed tomatoes and preserve cooking for not less than one hour, stirring typically andadding broth as wanted to maintain the sauce moist

  6. Lastly, add milk and prepare dinner for an additional hour or till the sauce has reached an ideal ‎consistency—not too brothy and never too dry‎

  7. Season with salt and pepper as wanted.

  8. Prepare dinner tagliatelle (or fettuccine) in keeping with package deal instructions. (Normally much less than5 minutes). As soon as cooked, drain and gently toss with the ragù.

  9. A beneficiant sprinkle of Parmigiano Reggiano ismandatory!

  10. Buon appetito and SHARE THE PASTA!