This is our recipe for neapolitan ragù (considering the fact that we are in Romania, we couldn't find ALL the ingredients necessary to make a 'traditional' recipe).
Neapolitan ragù is one of the two most famous varieties of meat sauces called ragù. It is a speciality of Naples, as its name indicates (the other variety originated in Bologna and is known in Italian as ragù bolognese or ragù alla bolognese).
The Neapolitan type is made from three main parts: a soffritto, meat, and tomato sauce. However, a major difference is how the meat is used, as well as the amount of tomato in the sauce. Bolognese versions use very finely chopped meat, while Neapolitan versions use whole meat, taking it from the casserole when cooked and serving it as a second course or with pasta. Also, the Neapolitan soffritto contains much more onion compared to the Bolognese. Preferences for ingredients also differ. In Naples, white wine is replaced by red wine, butter by lard or olive oil, and lots of basil leaves are used where Bolognese ragù has no herbs. In the Neapolitan recipe, the content may well be enriched by adding raisins, pine nuts, and involtini with different fillings. Milk or cream is not used, and a relative abundance of tomato sauce in flavour, in contrast to Bolognese use of a minimal amount, is preferred.