Stracotto

“A Tuscan family favourite: think the emotion of Bolognese on the familiarity scale, but with a whole new level of comfort. It’s inspired by Nonna Miriam from Panzano, and this simple cooking process gives you what she calls a ‘rich plate’ – she likened it to the moment you know you’ve got a winning hand in poker. To serve, it’s traditional to enjoy the rich sauce with freshly cooked tagliatelle as a primo, serving the rest of the sauce with the meat as a secondo, teamed with steamed greens, oozy polenta, mash or whatever you fancy! ”

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