Daniel Mancini of Mama Mancini’s Authentic Pork Ragu

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Daniel Mancini of Mama Mancini’s Authentic Pork Ragu

Did you know September 15th is National Linguine Day? Well it is! Check out these delicious recipes that will be the perfect for celebrating National Linguine Day! Thank you to Daniel Mancini of Mama Mancini’s for this delicious recipe.

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Daniel Mancini of Mama Mancini's Authentic Pork Ragu
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Italian
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Italian
  1. Season the ribs with salt n pepper.
  2. Heat the oil in an oven proof Dutch oven or heavy pot.
  3. Add the ribs and just brown on all sides over a high heat. Remove to a plate.
  4. Add the onion, red pepper and garlic, sauté for 5 minutes.
  5. Now add the wine and deglaze the pot with a wooden spoon scraping all the brown bits into the liquid. Allow this to reduce by half
  6. Add tomatoes and all the juice, rosemary, bay leaves and chicken stock. Stir and bring to a boil.
  7. Add the ribs and any juice that is on the plate.
  8. Using a tong push the ribs in the sauce.
  9. Season with some salt n pepper.
  10. Cover and place in a 300 degree pre heated oven for 3-4 hours
  11. Stir a couple times an hour. After 2 hours check for salt n pepper and adjust if needed. The meat will be falling off the bones.
  12. Remove the ribs from the sauce and shred the meat with a forks and add back to the sauce, remove all the bone.
  13. Remove the bay leaves and any rosemary and serve over any pasta you like... especially linguine! Top with grated cheese if desired.
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7 Replies to “Daniel Mancini of Mama Mancini’s Authentic Pork Ragu”

  1. Looks sooo good. I am going to make this soon!

  2. This looks absolutely amazing and not too difficult to make. I hope mine will look as yummy as this!

  3. Now this looks really good. I definitely want to try this one.

  4. I’d love to tackle this recipe! Looks good!

  5. Wow – that looks delicious! I only have half the ingredients or I’d make it now LOL

  6. Yum. This looks do good. Prok is my favorite.

  7. Phyllis Huebbe says: Reply

    I’ve never had pork ragu before. But I’m going to try this with beef ribs.

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