Ragu al tonno refers to a rich an Italian Tuna and tomato sauce, instead of the usual ragu of ground meat and tomato sauce. This is usually used as a pasta sauce for people who prefer eating fish than pork or beef

Ragu al tonno is pronounced "rah-goo ahl tohn-noh"

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