Kosher Tagliatelle Bolognese
1 hours 6 minutes total
If you're in the mood for a hearty, traditional Italian dish, then this Kosher tagliatelle recipe is just what you need. Made with a combination of ground veal and beef, along with a variety of vegetables and seasonings, this ragù is bursting with flavor and texture. In this rewritten recipe, we'll show you how to make a delicious Kosher meat ragù that's perfect for any occasion. Let's get started!
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|250g (8,8oz)||Barilla® Tagliatelle|
|150g||Kosher ground veal|
|150g||Kosher ground beef|
|40g||carrot, peeled and minced|
|40g||yellow onion, peeled and minced|
|100ml||extra-virgin olive oil|
|100ml||Kosher red wine|
|2||fresh bay leaves, coarsely chopped|
|to taste||Salt and black pepper|
Individuals with allergies or specific dietary concerns should verify that the ingredients they utilize for the recipes comply with their restrictions.
Here are 4 easy steps to cook the perfect kosher ragù pasta:
Heat the extra-virgin olive oil in a saucepan over medium heat. Sauté the minced carrot, celery, yellow onion, and bay leaves until fragrant.
- yellow onion
- bay leaves
- extra-virgin olive oil
Add the Kosher ground veal and beef to the saucepan and raise the heat to medium-high. Brown the meat well, then pour in the Kosher red wine and let it evaporate completely. Reduce the heat to low and add the tomato purée. Season with salt and black pepper, add the water, and cook over low heat for about 45 minutes.
- kosher ground veal
- kosher ground beef
- kosher red wine
- tomato purée
- black pepper
Bring a pot of salted water to a boil and cook the tagliatelle until it is al dente. Drain the pasta.
- barilla tagliatelle
- salted water
Transfer the pasta to the meat sauce and toss to combine. Serve hot.
- cooked tagliatelle
- meat sauce
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