These beautiful and incredibly delicious pappardelle pasta are the best way to enjoy the delights of Tuscan cuisine.
They’re thin, tender, and made from just about any kind of pasta you can think of.
So if you’re in the mood for something light, squishy, and delicious, this is definitely the list for you.
Pappardelle are a particular type of penne all Tuscan cuisine is known for.
So I figured it was only fitting that I start with them!
But there are so many more tasty pappardelle out there than just these three,
There’s a variety of sauces and ingredients for every taste.
And I have just the recipes for you to try.
From hearty ragù to creamy carbonara, there’s something here for everyone.
So what are you waiting for?
Get cooking and put those legs to good use!
Chicken pasta dishes can be a bit of a hit-or-miss affair.
But this Tuscan chicken pasta is something special.
It’s light, fresh, and full of flavors.
Plus, it’s easy to make and comes together in just 20 minutes!
The sauce is made with lots of spinach and artichokes that are so good they taste like pesto.
Serve it over a bed of velvety spaghetti for the ultimate meal.
This Italian comfort food recipe is a welcome pick when you’re feeling under the weather.
Between the rich beef, creamy sauce, and robust herbs, it makes for an excellent cold remedy.
Plus, with its simplicity and flavor combinations, you can make this dish on a busy weeknight or even on game day!
Pappardelle is the kind of pasta you make with a long, thin noodle.
The thick, chewy strands are perfect for soaking up creamy sauces.
But don’t forget the pancetta and tomatoes!
Trust me; these ingredients will only enhance the delicate pasta and make it even more delicious.
Plus, this dish comes together quickly; all you have to do is add the pasta to boiling water and cook for 3 minutes.
If you’re looking for an elegant, easy-to-make pasta dish, look no further.
The sauce is made with white wine and butter.
The result is a creamy, rich sauce that will leave you quite satisfied.
This recipe also calls for Parmesan cheese which adds the perfect amount of zing to the dish.
Pair this seafood pasta with some crusty bread to soak up all those fabulous flavors.
This recipe is a big hit with vegetarians and meat eaters alike.
The mushrooms are soft and tender, while the pasta cooks in a rich red wine sauce.
It’s what happens when you put together two of my favorite things, mushrooms and pasta!
You can add some of that awesome leftover portobello mushroom broth to the ravioli for an extra boost of flavor.
It’ll pair perfectly with the fresh herbs and garlic.
Pappardelle is the classic pasta dish we all know and love.
It’s a simple combination of short-nosed macaroni and typically served with meat, sauce, or cheese.
But this spicy sausage pappardelle takes it to another level!
This recipe features hot Italian sausage spiked with fresh parsley and garlic.
The result is a rich, savory dish that is the perfect addition to your favorite meal.
(You can find more recipes like this at our Recipes page.)
This recipe has the absolute perfect texture that allows the sauce to soak into your noodles.
Plus, it’s a more health-conscious version since you aren’t using butter, cream, or cheese.
Serve with grilled chicken for an extra-special treat!
If you’re craving a hearty pasta dish, this tomato, basil, and bacon pappardelle is the one for you.
It has a rich tomato flavor from the marinara sauce and fresh basil.
And with just a few simple ingredients and 10 minutes of prep time, it’s ready to eat.
This recipe is gluten-free; however, the use of brown sugar gives it some sweetness that’s not too overpowering.
This is another sauce that needs to be spooned over pasta.
It’s creamy, garlicky, and full of mushrooms.
It’s also a five-ingredient meal that takes just 15 minutes to prepare.
Don’t be put off by the name!
This dish is so good, you won’t even see it as cheesy and meaty.
You’ll want this shredded beef ragu pasta in your life.
It’s hearty, thick, and is full of beefy flavor.
This recipe calls for ground beef, tomato sauce, fresh mushrooms, and leafy greens.
If you like them more acidic with added tanginess, add a squeeze of lemon juice.
This dish can be served with a side salad or roasted veggies to go along with it.
Vegetarian mushroom pappardelle is a savory pasta noodle dish with mushrooms and spinach.
The mushrooms are simmered in a rich tomato-based sauce, while the spinach adds color and flavor.
This recipe is vegetarian, but it can easily be served as a vegan dish if you leave out the cheese.
You’ll love how this quick recipe takes your kitchen to another level!
Take your pasta to a whole new level with this recipe.
Fresh corn kernels, blistered cherry tomatoes, and fresh basil are combined to create an explosion of flavor on your tongue.
It’s so good you won’t even need a side dish.
Every bite is tangy and savory paired with the intense creaminess from the sauce.
It’s gorgeous, it’s delicious, and it only takes 30 minutes to make!
Take your carb addiction under control with this carbonara recipe.
It’s super indulgent and packed with flavor.
Beef, bacon, egg yolk, and cheese are all piled on top of a succulent pappardelle pasta.
Add arugula to the mix for a refreshing crunch.
It’s the perfect way to enjoy this hearty pasta dish without guilt!
This seafood pasta recipe is the perfect dish for a summer picnic or evening at home.
The startling combination of seafood, garlic, and parsley create a rich flavor profile that’s sure to please even the pickiest eaters.
Now, I know this pasta doesn’t sound like something fit for a casual evening with your significant other.
But trust me; it is!
It has all the decadent flavors you love in pastas but without having to cook extra dishes.
Pancetta is a perfect addition to this creamy leek and pancetta pasta.
It adds a smoky, meaty flavor that’s both salty and savory.
Plus, the stringy texture of pancetta paired with the tender noodles makes it practically addictive!
This recipe is best served with a simple side salad or roasted veggies on the side.
But if you want some extra immersion, try adding some tomato paste to your sauce.
This dish is a little bit of everything.
For one thing, it’s salty and savory with just a hint of creaminess.
Pancetta adds a nice smoky flavor to the sauce, and the burrata cheese adds a lovely crunch.
It’s also got a lot going on in terms of colors, textures, and flavors.
The pasta itself is light, buttery, and perfectly al dente.
The pancetta adds another layer of saltiness that’ll please your palate.
The Burrata adds some mozzarella cheese goodness as well.
With all this going on, you could easily make this recipe into an elegant meal for any occasion.
Bolognese is an Italian stew made with meat and vegetables, typically sauteed in a tomato-based sauce.
You’ll find it around Christmas and Thanksgiving.
Some people even enjoy it at Easter!
Regardless of the holiday, bolognese is always a great dish to make because it tastes amazing.
This recipe has more flavor than you think.
The beef and tomatoes are infused with so much goodness that the sauce has such depth and texture.
Plus, this recipe uses canned tomatoes which means there’s no need to fuss over getting your jars open, right?
Sun-dried tomatoes and mushrooms are a match made in heaven.
They’re wonderfully earthy, meaty, and have that rich, earthy flavor.
This pasta is full of all those wonderful flavors, too.
It has sun-dried tomatoes and mushrooms in every bite.
That’s why you’ll want to serve it immediately after taking this picture.
This pasta is incredibly tender and has a bright, fresh flavor that’ll make you want to eat it right out of the pot.
The sweet peas add the perfect amount of color, while the perfectly chewy pasta makes this dish feel like a complete meal.
It’s also super easy to make.
Just throw everything in your blender until it forms a creamy sauce, then cook up some good-old comfort food!
Our search for a new pasta sauce has just taken a big leap into the unknown.
This creamy truffle oil and shrimp pasta is the perfect way to amp up your classic dish.
It’s bursting with rich earthy flavors, making it perfectly satisfying and tasty.
The best part about this recipe is that it only takes 30 minutes to make!
This sauce is so delicious, you’ll want it on everything!
The mushrooms are sauteed until they become tender, then simmered in a velvety wine and broth base.
Then all that’s left to do is add the meat on top.
First and foremost, this sauce is incredible.
Every bite of this dish is bursting with wonderful flavors.
It’s not just good, but amazing.
And if you love mushroom-flavored sauces and pasta dishes, I highly recommend giving this recipe a try.
Use this recipe to whip up a creamy lemon pappardelle pasta that’s the perfect side to your favorite meaty entree.
I love how the lemon shines through in this dish.
The bright flavors elevate each bite perfectly.
This recipe is also great for a one-pot meal, making it easy and delicious.
Steamed, garlic-flavored pasta with seafood is one of the easiest recipes to make.
You’ll just need a few pantry staples and some olive oil.
Shrimp, garlic, and olive oil are all you need for this dish.
It’s light with salty and umami flavors that pair perfectly with fresh herbs.
The best part?
It only takes 20 minutes to make!
Lemon and asparagus are a match made in heaven.
This sweet, fresh and zesty pairing is delicious on its own or paired with pasta.
If you’re looking for something new to try this week, I highly recommend giving lemon pappardelle pasta a try.
It’s the perfect light yet filling meal that will leave you craving more.
Plus, it’s even better when you pair it with a hearty sauce!
This recipe is for the pasta lover in your life.
It’s so simple and yet it tastes like you spent hours on a romantic date.
The creamy ricotta adds a rich, creamy taste to the pesto sauce while the parmesan cheese provides some tanginess.
I love how the flavors meld together to create a decadent and dreamy dish.
Lemon Alfredo Pappardelle
- 8 oz. pappardelle
- 6 oz. English peas
- 4 tbsp butter
- 2 cloves garlic
- salt and pepper
- 1 1/2 cups heavy cream
- 1 cup grated parmesan
- 1 lemon
- 4 oz. chopped pancetta
- 2 tbsp fresh parsley
- According to the directions on the package, boil the pappardelle in salted water. Add the peas to the pappardelle during the final 3 minutes of boiling. Pasta and peas should be drained and washed in cold water. Set aside.
- Melt the butter over medium heat in a stockpot or big pan.
- Salt, pepper, and garlic are added. Stirring constantly, let the food cook for one minute.
- Add the heavy cream by whisking. The grated parmesan is then added. Creamy and smooth after whisking. Turn down the heat to medium-low and whisk occasionally for about 5 minutes while the mixture thickens.
- Add lemon zest and juice.
- Add the cooked pancetta, peas, pappardelle, and chopped parsley. Remove from heat after tossing to coat.
- Enjoy the dish and top with additional grated parmesan.