pappardelle

[pap-er-del-ee, ‐del-ey]
noun
flat pasta cut in wide strips.

Origin:
< It

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pappardelle (ˌpæpɑːˈdɛlɪ)
 
n
a type of pasta in the form of broad ribbons
 
[C20: Italian, from pappare to devour]

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Main Entry:  pappardelle
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a type of wide flat ribbon pasta, often served with game or other meat sauce
Etymology:  Italian 'long rambling speech', from pappare 'to stuff oneself'
Usage:  cooking
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Example sentences
The best right now is the pappardelle with a wild boar sauce that has a hint of chocolate.
The entree menu includes dishes such as linguini with lobster and homemade pappardelle with wild boar.
Broccoli rabe with sausage and pappardelle is a popular pasta dish.
Pappardelle pasta with white asparagus sauce, toasted peanuts and grilled asparagus.
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