World's best? Hard to say, but it's still very very good. I made a few minor alterations. I used ground turkey instead of beef and sausage. If you do this, make sure to cook the turkey, onion and garlic until it starts to sizzle, i.e. the water is cooked out. That takes a while, but adds a nice browning and flavor to the turkey. All of the tomato products I added had extremely low salt, so the tablespoon of salt was not excessive. I did the trick of submerging the noodles in hot tap water for about 20 minutes, instead of cooking them separately, worked like a dream. And I added some mace (you can use nutmeg too, about 1/8 tsp.) to the ricotta mixture.
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World's best? Hard to say, but it's still very very good. I made a few minor alterations. I...