The times are getting shorter and the climate is getting cooler—autumn is sort of upon us! We love the early fall days as we transition out of summer season and into the season of coziness.
When you’re able to rejoice these fall flavors, that is the proper pairing to whip up—what extra may you need than a scrumptious, selfmade pasta paired with a refreshing Pinot Noir sangria?
Fall Vegetarian Ragu with Home made Tagliatelle
This vegetarian-friendly ragu boasts a wealthy and creamy tomato base paired with a gorgeous selfmade tagliatelle. Notes of eggplant, recent thyme, rosemary, and garlic are complemented by a strong and full-bodied wine—like our Pinot Noir. Bursting with taste, this crowd-pleasing recipe is ideal for these cool autumn nights.
Pair With: ONEHOPE Monterey County Reserve Pinot Noir
Serves: 10 parts
Time: 2 hours
Yields 550-600 grams of dough
- 300 grams 00 Flour
- 11 egg yolks + 1 complete egg
Yield: 1 qt
- 1 eggplant
- 12 oz mushrooms
- 1 yellow onion
- 2 tbsp. tomato paste
- 4 oz sun-dried tomatoes: sliced skinny
- 2 qts bone broth
- 1 bundle thyme
- 4 sprigs of rosemary
- 6 cloves garlic, minced
- 16 oz pink wine
- To make the pasta, place flour in bowl, create nicely in the midst of the flour, and add eggs contained in the nicely. Take a fork and whisk eggs into flour. As soon as it comes collectively, pour onto clear work floor and knead by hand for five minutes. Wrap and relaxation for half-hour.
- In the meantime, in a medium-sized pot, warmth oil over medium warmth and add garlic, thyme, rosemary, and onions to start out the ragu. Stir to mix, then add sun-dried tomatoes.
- Add tomato paste, combine nicely, and brown tomato paste for about 5 minutes. Add mushrooms, and eggplant. As soon as mushy, add pink wine and cut back. Add bone broth and prepare dinner on low for about an hour.
- As soon as the pasta has rested for half-hour, roll out and reduce into strips. Be sure that to flour the reduce dough nicely in order that the pasta doesn’t stick to one another.
- Boil pasta for 2-3 minutes, checking the pasta at 1-minute intervals till you attain desired consistency. Bear in mind, recent pasta cooks a lot faster than dried pasta!
- Gently take away the pasta from the water with tongs and toss together with your ragu.
Ruby Pink Sangria
This attractive, deep jewel-toned sangria recipe is bursting with juicy pomegranate, recent berries, and citrus for a mouthwatering cocktail that can preserve you coming again for extra.
Blackberry season can final into early October, so collect them up when you can, and cheers to the autumn season.
- 1 bottle ONEHOPE Monterey County Reserve Pinot Noir
- 2 cups pomegranate juice
- 16 oz citrus (orange or grapefruit)
- Glowing water
- Pomegranate seeds
- Orange slices
- Add all elements in a pitcher and stir to mix.
- High with glowing water (or Glowing Brut!) if desired.
We hope you’re keen on making—and having fun with!—these pleasant fall recipes. Be sure that to share your creations with us on Instagram and tag us at @onehopewine.
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