Servings: two as main course; four as an appetizer.
Cream sauces go well with all kinds of pasta shapes, but I especially like how this sauce holds up to a hearty flat ribbon pasta. Ricotta salata is a smooth, firm, pure-white Italian sheep’s milk cheese. Ricotta affumicata is a lightly smoked version of the same cheese. Both are available at specialty grocery stores, cheese shops, and Italian groceries. If you can’t find them, increase the amount of parmigiano reggiano.
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