Plated Beef and Pork Ragout over Pappardelle

My husband and I found this meal quite delicious.  The flavors and textures were fanstastic and I really appreciated that there wasn’t too much prep.  I also liked that I could leave the ragout simmering for up to 45 minutes, which allowed me to wash dishes and spend some quality time with my husband.  Overall, from start to finish it took over an hour (Plated said 40-50) minutes, but 30 of those minutes were not active time.  I’m pretty sure that pappardelle is my new favorite pasta.  It’s very similar to fettuccine, but I have yet to see it in the grocery store.  It’s just something different that I think could enhance a basic spaghetti sauce and meatballs.

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