Pappardelle is a flat, long ribbon shaped pasta. It is wider than tagliatelle but not quite as wide as lasagna. The name pappardelle comes from “pappare,” which means “to gobble up.” The noodles are typically served with a hearty sauces and ingredients, such as a meat/ragu sauce, or with meatloaf or eggplant.
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When is pappardelle popular?
Answer: During the winter months.