This lamb bolognese from Michael Romano and Karen Sabiner's Family Table doesn't use the traditional shortcut of pre-ground beef, or a quartet of beef-veal-pork-chicken livers. This bolognese calls for ground lamb., which adds a rich, slightly gamey flavor that would be impossible to achieve using any other single meat. The king of meat sauces meets the king of spring meats!
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We've written several recipes for bolognese sauce over the years here at Serious Eats, and these recipes usually fall in two camps: the traditional slow-cooked multiple-meat bolognese camp or the easier, lighter, faster meat-sauce-maybe-known-as-bolognese camp. This lamb bolognese from Michael Romano and Karen Stabiner's Family Table falls squarely in the middle. Instead of using the traditional shortcut of pre-ground beef (or a quartet of beef-veal-pork-chicken livers), this bolognese calls for simply ground lamb. This single step adds rich, slightly gamey flavor that would be impossible to achieve using any other single meat.
This pasta dish is sort of a giant mushroom duxelles piled on top of fettuccine. I always write that crème fraîche is a magic ingredient (and it's even more magic when you can make it in one easy step!), because it just refuses to separate. You can do anything to it, and it's completely resilient.
These Egg Noodles with Fava Beans, Leeks, and Morels from Edible: A Celebration of Local Foods by Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian is a fresh take on pasta primavera for all of us who have relegated the 1980s-popular dish to the dusty halls of dishes that have gone out of fashion. It's a plate of pasta that brings together all of the wonderful vegetal elements of spring and pairs them with just the right amount of butter, cream, and pasta.
Editor's note: SE intern Kerry Saretsky is so considerate. Not only does she provide us all with some great New Year's Eve Champagne cocktails, she takes care of us for the morning after with some brunch recipes As I said...
Editor's Note: Our intern Kerry checks in with another black and orange recipe. She said this one is her favorite yet! To give credit where credit is due, this dish is the scion of Giada de Laurentiis's Spaghetti with Eggplant,...
Wait! Don't reach for that frozen dinner that is sure to be soggy, flavorless, and dull. And don't order a pizza, either. Just because you're dining alone doesn’t mean you have to settle for anything less than absolutely delicious. Today's...
So many Italian chefs both here in the U.S. and in Italy consider it culinary heresy to put grated cheese on seafood pasta. Why is this? Robert Trachtenberg explored the topic this weekend, and he uncovered many theories, but not the definitive answer. What's your stance on cheesing seafood pasta dishes?