Maggiano's rigatoni d is delicious and a total nostalgic comfort food that I have been eating since I was a kid and Maggiano's first came around.
A creamy pasta dish with mushrooms, wine, caramelized onions and cream, rigatoni d is not only delicious, but with this copycat recipe, something you can totally make at home.
It is one of the most popular and famous dishes at Maggiano’s Little Italy It has a rich and complex flavor, with a hint of sweetness from the marsala wine and balsamic vinegar It is a creamy and comforting pasta dish
Why you'll love this recipe
Get a good and deep caramelization on the onions and mushrooms Don't skip the balsamic vinegar, it makes a difference Use real marsala wine (not cooking wine which is seasoned with salt). It has a sweet and fruity flavor that complements the dish. You can also use sherry, vermouth, or white wine if you do not have marsala.
– 1 lb. rigatoni pasta cooked al dente – 2 tbsp. olive oil – 16 oz mushrooms – 1 onion chopped – 3 tablespoon balsamic vinegar – 2 tsp. garlic smashed and minced – 2 cups cooked chicken – ½ cup chicken stock – 1 bottle marsala wine – 1 ½ cup heavy cream – 3 tablespoon parmesan cheese use the good stuff NOT the Kraft green can – 2 tablespoon butter – Salt and pepper to taste – 2 tbsp. fresh basil chopped
– Use different pasta shape. I said earlier, I think a tubular pasta works best for this, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't try it if you don't have tubular pasta like rigatoni. Use what you have! Shells or rotini would be totally fine. – Make it vegetarian. Not a meat eater? No problem, use extra mushrooms, and a variety of mushrooms, sub chicken stock for vegetable stock and you're in for a treat.