The secret ingredient for a good ragù is time. Taking a few hours out of your schedule to tend to a lovely meat sauce is hugely rewarding. So are Ragù Pasties.
Mob's Best Ragù Recipes
Chorizo takes this ragù to the next level. With piping hot gnocchi stirred through at the end - it is a phenomenal dish. A real show-stopper.
Mushroom Ragù & Polenta
This rich mushroom ragù is super meaty and satisfying, served on a bed of creamy polenta.
Pulled Mushroom Ragù
The richest, umami-est mushroom ragu you could dream of. Pulled oyster mushrooms replace meat here, and they do it well. Delightful.
Spicy Ragù Pasties
The handheld golden pasties are filled with a spicy southern Italian style ragu made with delicious Cirio tomatoes. Perfect for a picnic!
Pulled Pork Shoulder Ragu
This pork shoulder ragu recipe can be used with gnocchi or any type of pasta. Using the parmesan rind is key. It's out of this world.
Smoky Pulled Aubergine Ragu
A smoky ragu is a beautiful thing, and not something you come across often. The flavour is pretty incredible and if you leave out the parm it’s totally vegan.
Sausage and Chorizo Ragù
Smoky chorizo and crispy sausage all cooked down in a rich tomato stew with chunky rigatoni. Why didn’t we think of this before?
Lamb Ragù By Thomas Straker
A beautiful take on the Italian ragu. The whole dish made completely from scratch.
Duck Ragu with Zesty Breadcrumbs
This recipe is inspired by an old Venetian style duck ragu, flavoured with cinnamon and topped with crunchy orange breadcrumbs.
Sausage and Sticky Onion Ragù
This ragù ticks all the boxes. Rich, meaty and warming using delicious Jolly Hog Proper Porker Sausages with plenty of sticky onions.
Hearty Mushroom and Lentil Ragù
This ragù is super satisfying and rich, but completely vegan! Plus, the lentils mean is has some good protein in there too. Winner winner.
Smoky Roasted Pepper Lasagne
The best veggie lasagne in town. Roasted peppers and chipotle flakes lend ridiculous depth and smokiness to the Quorn Mince ragù.
The Ultimate Lasagne
We have perfected the lasagne. The secret ingredient? Milk. It tenderises the meat, to leave you with the most tender ragù. Use a deep dish and find out how to layer a lasagne.
Smoky Sausage Ragù with Cheesy Spuds
Stuffed skins normally take hours to do, but not today. You blast these tatties in the microwave to get them done quickly, then finish them under the grill.