- Italian ragù (Wiktionary)
“Like the meatballs this ragu is a blend of pork, beef and veal.”
“So here is the meat sauce I know as ragu alla Bolognese.”
“According to Diner’s Journal the meatballs are “slow braised in ragu, smothered in caciocavallo cheese, garnished with arugula and sandwiched between two squares of homemade potato-ricotta foccacia.””
“I liked it but wish it had more ragu, which is usually my favorite part of lasagne.”
“But it bears no resemblance to a traditional Italian 'bolognese', known as a ragu, which has no garlic whatsoever, nor a single herb.”
“Scott said absolutely not, because on search, someone is searching on "ragu" not on "sauce".”
“I also get to try typical English dishes like shepherd's pie which is a kind of ragu with potatoes, "Capello said.”
“Thick papardelle tossed with a hearty rabbit ragu can take the chill off the frostiest of November nights, while chilli-spiked spaghetti studded with plump briney clams is the very essence of an Italian summer's evening.”
“So I bet if you know me well you never thought I would be making lasagne completely from scratch, long simmering ragu, bechamel, and homemade spinach pasta included.”
“Great job on your challenge and I too like ragu sauce.”
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