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5 Ingredient Pappardelle with Spicy Arrabbiata Meat Sauce

November 23, 2020



Pappardelle with spicy arrabbiata meat sauce on a white plate next to tomatoes and Primal Kitchen Arrabbiata Sauce

When the sun sets in the late afternoon, the temperature chills, the winds bluster, and icy rain or snowflakes drip outside, our pappardelle with spicy arrabbiata meat sauce is a one-pot meal that spooks the winter blues. We trimmed ready-made lasagna noodles into thick strips that resemble long, wide pappardelle pasta noodles, stirred our spicy arrabbiata sauce into browned ground beef, piled this classic meat sauce and pasta dish on plates and topped with freshly grated parmesan. You get slow-simmered flavor that comes together in 15 minutes, which is exactly what you need when the season begs for cozy clothes, warm food, and snoozing early.

What Is Arrabbiata Sauce?

Arrabbiata sauce is a spicy marinara sauce made with tomatoes and crushed chiles or red pepper flakes. Primal Kitchen Arrabbiata Sauce uses two types of tomatoes—organic tomato puree made from tomato paste and water plus organic diced tomatoes. This spicy arrabbiata sauce gets its heat from organic crushed red chiles; classic Italian flavor comes from organic garlic and onions, and organic basil and oregano. This ready-made Keto Certified, Paleo Certified, Whole30 Approved, unsweetened pasta sauce made with avocado oil clings well to any pasta noodle—particularly ones with grooves like penne—and pairs perfectly with shrimp, fish, and seafood. 

We love the kick it adds to a simple meat sauce made with grass-fed ground beef. This robust, rustic spicy marinara sauce brings a medium-heat kick to any dish.

Pappardelle pasta noodles with meat and arrabbiata sauce on a white plate

5 Ingredient Pappardelle with Spicy Arrabbiata Meat Sauce Recipe

Time: 13 minutes

Servings: 3

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Rinse and drain the lasagna noodles in a colander in the sink. Place on clean kitchen towels to dry.
  • Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat. Brown the ground beef, breaking up any large clumps. Once the meat is browned, add the Arrabbiata Sauce, and stir well.
  • Stack the dried lasagna noodles on a cutting board in one block. Cut the lasagna sheets in half or thirds, depending on how thick you like your noodles. Add the noodles to the meat sauce, and heat for 2–3 minutes. 
  • Divide the pappardelle and meat sauce onto 3 plates. Sprinkle each plate with 1 Tbsp. each parmesan cheese and parsley.

Close up shot of a white plate with pappardelle pasta with spicy meat sauce, parmesan cheese and parsley

Nutrition info (per serving):

Calories: 258

Carbs: 15 grams

Fat: 12 grams

Protein: 20 grams

Nutrition info calculated using Cronometer.

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