ta·​glia·​tel·​le | \ ˌtäl-yä-ˈte-(ˌ)lā How to pronounce tagliatelle (audio) \

Definition of tagliatelle

: pasta in the form of narrow ribbons : fettuccine The tagliatelle with roasted sweet corn and jalapeno had a spicy kick and nice crunch from the seasonal vegetables.— Bruce Sanderson

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The other standout pasta, among a half-dozen options, is tagliatelle sharp with pecorino and showered with black truffle; no whiff of noxious truffle oil. Los Angeles Times, "Review: The surprise at Santa Monica’s hot spot Élephante? The carb situation is on point.," 15 Aug. 2019 My brother grills steak, my mom makes gnocchi and tagliatelle, my niece does dessert, my nephew makes and serves the cappuccino. Alix Strauss, New York Times, "How the Founder of Clark’s Botanicals Spends His Sundays," 19 July 2019 Specialties include spicy shrimp bucatini, whole loup de mer, Petaluma chicken liver pate, fisherman stew and vegetarian tagliatelle. Pam Kragen, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Now open: 15 new restaurants and bars from Coronado to Carlsbad," 8 Aug. 2019 Strands of tagliatelle are so light and lovely, twined together with a wild-boar Bolognese that introduces just an edge of funk. Globe Staff, BostonGlobe.com, "Celebrating simple pleasures at Karen Akunowicz’s restaurant Fox & the Knife," 23 July 2019 Among the offerings are such diverse dishes as burgers and steak frites, salads, cheese dumplings, fried chicken marinated in Tikka Masala curry, lobster tagliatelle, seared salmon and halibut, and chateaubriand. Joan Wilder, BostonGlobe.com, "Salt Raw Bar offers flavors from around the world," 24 July 2019 At dinner, simple plates: tagliatelle and clams with chili oil; tomato salad with breadcrumbs and balsamic; hake in olive butter, with herbs, corn, and tomatoes. Kara Baskin, BostonGlobe.com, "Peregrine in Beacon Hill is several cuts above a traditional hotel restaurant," 11 July 2019 The house special, a tagliatelle made with black pepper, Parmigiana, crab and uni cream, is umami magic, while the Impossible Bolognese satisfies vegetarians and carnivores alike. Jessica Yadegaran, The Mercury News, "Saratoga’s Mountain Winery: 3 great restaurants before the show," 3 July 2019 There are very tender potato gnocchi, super-saturated in a thin, bracingly fresh basil pesto; a bowl of spaghettini in a brilliant lemon-butter sauce; and tagliatelle, smooth and wide as a belt, lathered in a basic yet satisfying red-sauce sugo. Patricia Escárcega, latimes.com, "Review: At Bulgarini in Altadena, a gelato master tries his hand at pasta," 12 June 2019

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First Known Use of tagliatelle

1899, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for tagliatelle

Italian, from tagliare to cut, from Late Latin taliare — more at tailor

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