Tagliatelle pasta with chanterelle mushrooms and apples

Taglietelle With Chanterelles and Apples

If you’ve never had tagliatelle, you need to try it. Tagliatelle is long, flat ribbon pasta that looks like fettuccine but has a chewier texture. It can be served with a variety of sauces. This recipe is for Tagliatelle with Chanterelles and Apples has a splash of red wine, and a touch of butter and garlic. It’s rich, but because there’s no heavy sauce, it’s light at the same time.

The apples in this pasta add a little sweetness and the chanterelles add earthiness. Chanterelle mushrooms are a yellow cap mushroom with very mild apricot undertones. If you’re unable to find them, you can use any mushroom, but you won’t get that same hint of fruitiness.

This pasta is quite simple to prepare. First, boil your pasta. For your sauce, saute garlic in olive oil and add speck (or prosciutto), melt your butter in the same pan and cook your apples until fragrant, pour in red wine, season, and toss with the cooked pasta!

This pasta is different than what you’re used to. It’s a truly authentic Italian pasta dish. If you’re looking for something more original and creative than your typical noodles and sauce, this recipe is it.

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