Rigatoni with Pork Rib Sunday Gravy!

Rigatoni with a pork rib Sunday gravy

This rigatoni dish is made with a Sunday gravy and pork ribs. It’s an absolutely “old school” and a delicious way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Typically this would cook for 5-6 hours on a low flame as it slowly develops more and more flavor. However, if you are pressed for time you can let it cook for 2-3 hours, but NOT less. Your gravy will not have the same depth of flavor but it will suffice for your hungry family waiting to enjoy a traditional Sunday meal.

In this recipe, the addition of red wine works exceptionally well and adds a delectable depth of flavor to the tomatoes and pork as they cook together. Try using a Chianti, Merlot, or a Sangiovese wine. As the gravy slowly cooks the pork ribs will become so tender, juicy, and flavorful it just might bring a tear to your eyes. They’re irresistibly good! Now that your Sunday gravy is ready you can begin to make the recipe below.

Sunday Gravy!

Sunday Gravy
Just look at that delicious pork gravy!


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Buon Appetito!