The sauce and the meat however remain delicious. If you cook some pasta, (preferably spaghetti or linguini) al dente, drain it and then add it to the original pan of meat and yummy sauce, give it a good mix, you will get a whole new dish and it’s absolutely fantastic!!! I really recommend doing this.
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