I've always loved the idea of Sunday supper — a day each week to gather with family and eat delicious food that (presumably) someone's grandma has spent hours preparing — but with hectic schedules and busy lives, these gatherings seem more like sweet relics of the past.
Let's reclaim Sunday supper with this pappardelle with za'atar-spiced lamb and yogurt ricotta. It might take you all day to make, but that's kind of the point.
This dish is a creative twist on traditional pasta and meat sauce. From the ground lamb and za'atar spice, to the curry powder and Greek yogurt, this is not your average ragu.
You'll need to set aside a good chunk of time to make the pappardelle and simmer the sauce, but when the scent of lamb ragu on the stovetop perfumes your kitchen and you take your first bite of that homemade pasta, it will all be worth it.
→ Get the Recipe: Pappardelle with Za’atar Lamb Ragu and Yogurt Ricotta from For the Love of Lasagna