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A question about a recipe: Sunday Pork Ragu

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Is this 3/4 lb of pork bones, or 3-to-4 lb pork bones? The former seems low, and the latter seems high.

asked by mscheevel about 7 years ago

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Sarah Shatz
added about 7 years ago

Three-quarters of a pound. A little pork bone goes a long way. Hope you like the recipe!

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cookinginvictoria
added about 7 years ago

Yes, 3/4 pounds of small pork bones (about 8-10 bones) is how the recipe should read. You want just enough so that they will impart their unique flavor to the sauce, but adding too many bones will make the sausage too crowded in the pan. Also, while the pork in this ragu is incredibly yummy, it's not the main event. This dish is really all about the tomato sauce, and you want it to have enough room to simmer without being overwhelmed by the other ingredients. Hope that all makes sense!

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cookinginvictoria
added about 7 years ago

Thank you, Sarah, for spelling out the measurement. That makes it much clearer. Also, in my answer, I should have said 3/4 pound, not pounds. Sorry for the typo.

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mscheevel
added about 7 years ago

Thanks for the help, everybody! I picked up some bones from the butcher this morning, and I'm looking forward to giving this a try tomorrow.

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cookinginvictoria
added about 7 years ago

Glad to hear that you are going to make the ragu! After you have tried it, do let me know what you think..

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