Spaghetti Bolognaise. Voeg je ingrediënten direct toe aan je boodschappenlijst. Met de instructievideo's en de Allerhandigste kooktips van AH lukt je recept altijd. In a large pot, heat the oil over medium-high heat.
Top with the Bolognese sauce to serve. We Aussies have a thing about shortening words. Pavlova is Pav, afternoon is arvo, mosquitos are mozzies. You can cook Spaghetti Bolognaise using 8 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Spaghetti Bolognaise
- You need of Chopped Onion (and garlic which I forgot tonight).
- You need of Minced beef.
- It’s Jar of pasta sauce (or tin of tomatoes).
- You need of Extra tin of tomatoes (if you like a tomato-ey sauce).
- You need Dash of Worcester sauce.
- It’s cube of Stock.
- Prepare of Pasta.
- Prepare of Grated cheese.
Sharon is Shazz, Nagisa is Nagi (that's yours truly). So it is thoroughly Aussie to shorten Spaghetti Bolognese to Spag Bol! Taste the spaghetti to check it has softened to your personal taste and, once it has, turn off the heat for both the spaghetti and ragu & plate up. Spaghetti Bolognese is one of the most classic dishes which originated in the region of Emilia Romagna.
Spaghetti Bolognaise instructions
- Chop the onion (and garlic) and soften in a little oil in the pan.
- Add the mince and stir until browned.
- Add the pasta sauce. If you use another tin of tomatoes then you can drain the liquid so the sauce is not too runny.
- Add a dash of Worcestershire sauce and a stock cube… I found this 😁.
- Stir and simmer for 15-20 mins. Whilst it's simmering, cook a pasta of your choice… We had this (nice looking but not very easy to slurp up!!).
- When it's all cooked, chuck it into a big bowl and mix together.
- Serve with some grated cheese over the top (see main pic) 😋.
It is made up of bold veal and pork mince sauce which simmers for hours in sweet tomato paste and best served with egg pasta cooked al dente. It really is, the taste of Italy. Spaghetti Bolognese is a classic everywhere in the world except for Italy, where it doesn't exist. Don't get me wrong the Bolognese sauce is as traditional as they get. It does comes from the city of Bologna.