Stop. Go slow with these ragù recipes

Relax. A good ragù takes time. You'll be rewarded for your patience.

Massi's pappardelle with osso buco ragù
Relax. A good ragù takes time, with the reward being fall-apart protein and a rich sauce to toss through your favourite pasta. Melbourne favourites Tipo 00 have shared some of their favourite ragù recipes, including gnocchi with duck ragù and porcini mushrooms and casarecce with pork and fennel sausage ragù; while Massi's osso buco ragù will become a firm favourite in your house. And our recipe for pappardelle with mushroom ragù show that a good pasta sauce doesn't have to be all about the meat.