How to Make Yummy My Family's Bolognese-style Meat Sauce

My Family's Bolognese-style Meat Sauce. My quick bolognese inspired pasta sauce, that my kids makes most of the time. According to them, making meatballs is time consuming, the Bolognese style is. Here's my homemade family Bolognese recipe!

My Family's Bolognese-style Meat Sauce My family didn't care for the nutmeg flavor. This recipe is really easy to put together and great for family gatherings (one pot of sauce for all!). The lemon zest adds a little zing to the bolognese sauce and the cream just makes it so yummy (I put in two tablespoons of cream). You can cook My Family's Bolognese-style Meat Sauce using 14 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of My Family's Bolognese-style Meat Sauce

  1. You need 600 grams of Spaghetti.
  2. It's 2 can of Canned crushed tomatoes.
  3. It's 200 grams of Ground pork.
  4. Prepare 1 tbsp of Garlic (finely chopped).
  5. It's 1/3 of of a carrot Carrot.
  6. You need 1 of Green pepper.
  7. It's 1 of Onion.
  8. You need of [For Flavoring].
  9. You need 1 dash of Salt and pepper.
  10. You need 180 grams of Ketchup.
  11. It's 1/2 of tablesppon Consomme stock granules.
  12. Prepare 1 tbsp of Sugar.
  13. You need 2 tbsp of Japanese Worcestershire-style sauce.
  14. You need 50 ml of Red wine.

This hearty meat sauce is inspired by the classic ragù alla bolognese, which is a thick, meaty sauce that is simmered for hours with milk, red wine, and a couple of tablespoons or so of tomato paste—a surprisingly small amount of tomato by North America standards. We've written several recipes for bolognese sauce over the years here at Serious Eats, and these recipes usually fall in two camps: the traditional slow-cooked multiple-meat bolognese camp or This lamb bolognese from Michael Romano and Karen Stabiner's Family Table falls squarely in the middle. Its the traditional recipe for Bolognese sauce which can be served with Tagliatelle, rigatoni, conchiglie or fusilli but is never served with Spagetti in Italy! My daughter was suffering from the side effects of chemo and I needed something that was very tasty without being spicy to tempt her.

My Family's Bolognese-style Meat Sauce step by step

  1. Mince the garlic, carrots,bBell peppers and onions. It makes it easier to get children to eat, if you grate the bell peppers..
  2. Add a small amount of oil (preferably olive oil) to the pan. Add the minced garlic and saute over low heat..
  3. Add the minced carrots, bell peppers, onions and cook over high heat..
  4. Once the vegetables are coated in oil, add the meat and continue cooking on high heat..
  5. Lightly flavor with salt and pepper..
  6. Add ketchup and continue cooking..
  7. Stir in the canned tomatoes with the pan is on low heat. When using raw tomatoes, first boil and cut the tomatoes..
  8. Add the remaining flavorings (consomme, sugar, worcestershire sauce, red wine) and cook over low heat fo 10-20 minutes..
  9. After boiling the pasta and draining it, add to a pan. Add 1/3 of the meat sauce. Its okay to dish this up to serve at this point..
  10. Cook the pasta on high heat until the meat sauce has coated all the noodles..
  11. Dish the pasta on a plate and top with the remaining meat sauce. Freeze leftovers. Add powdered cheese or Tabasco to liking..
  12. I've used this sauce in the recipe "Fancy Rice Omlette with Basil Rice".

A classic Bolognese Sauce should be in every home cook's repertoire! My version is smooth, rich, hearty and slow cooked to perfection. It's very different from your usual American meat sauce, often a tomato-based sauce simmered with ground beef. Bolognese is much thicker, creamier (milk is one. This recipe came from the well known Simili sisters of Bologna.