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Spaghetti Bolognese

Spaghetti Bolognese

Update: This was first posted in Jun 2008, now updated with new photos and improved recipe.

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Spaghetti Bolognese is a popular Italian pasta dish served with a tomato-based meat sauce. This is the fondest childhood pasta memory of mine, and also the earliest pastas I know of & enjoyed when I was a kid. Ordering a plate from anyplace was such a treat back then. Now, I get to enjoy this dish with a yummy home-made bolognese sauce.

See Also: Baked Cheesy Bolognese Pasta Recipe

The meat sauce can be prepared in advanced – warm the sauce and combine it with the cooked pasta just before serving. In fact, I made a huge batch of sauce over the weekend, freeze the extras in individual serving bags and thaw them when needed. In this way, we can have delicious bolognese pasta dinners anytime, even on busy weekday nights.

Spaghetti Bolognese

24 comments on “Spaghetti Bolognese”

  1. Let so-called “pro cooks” laugh, Wiffy. It matters nothing in the scheme of things. If you are happy with your repast, that it all that counts. I am arch w/ suspicion by those who choose to judge others by so quibbling details.

    As usual, your photos rock. The exposures are first rate, but I don’t have to tell you that. And your recipe rocks, too. :D

  2. I just posted a spag bol recipe too, what a coincidence! :D Sometimes I use prepared tomato sauce as well (especially if it’s on offer), although a can of chopped tomatoes doesn’t differ very much in terms of preparation. As long as it tastes good and healthy and is quick to prepare, who cares! :up:

  3. Cheating? That’s not cheating! Using a jar is cheating. =)

  4. i like my spaghetti mixed with all ingriedients so that the noodles are also soaked with the other engriedients;it’s more tastier!!!

  5. i also add suchinni in my mixture coz this vegetable makes it more tastier…

    it’s not as dry as what you have shown on the photo!

  6. hi, would like to know is it a must to add veg stock?

  7. This is my husband’s favourite dinner. Yours looks great!
    Happy Holidays!


  8. Just had this for dinner last night! Happy Holidays and may your cooking adventures continue to rock in 2013!

  9. It’s amazing that you continue finding ways to improve your already great recipes! I very much like the blue striped fabric you chose as the table cloth in the photo. Quite striking!

    Hope you had happy holidays. :)

  10. add honey and belacan chilli into the sauce! my two secret ingredients

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