OB Cuisine: This Bolognese Sauce Recipe By The Kitchen Organizer Is The Real Deal

Bolognese Sauce Recipe OnoBello

The Kitchen Organizer is back with a new food vlog, and on this episode, she is showing us how she makes this yummy Bolognese Sauce.

She says, “this easy Bolognese sauce recipe is such a hit! It’s sweet, spicy, flavorful and easy to re-create.

TIPS: The longer you cook the sauce, the more the flavor evolves and taste matures. Make sure to cook down the sauce on the lowest heat and cover for proper heat redistribution. I used a Dutch oven because it keeps and redistributes heat best. For this sauce, less seasoning powder and more herbs, salt and pepper will draw you closer to Bologna.

Feel free to process your carrots to a smoother consistency if you don’t like the texture or look of it chopped. I like it for disparity. I used sweet red wine and I loved the outcome.

Finally, the thin line between minced meat stew and BOLOGNESE SAUCE is in the presence of cooking down and absence of frying. I made sure to incorporate tomatoes and I time when it could absolutely not fry. If you fry your tomatoes and tin paste for any reason, you have made stew be that oo.

Slow cooking the sauce in wine and broth gives it a fresh, Italian vibe and is the separating factor from stew. Feel free to cook your pasta into the sauce once it’s done or store in the freezer for various dishes and uses.

Bolognese is also a good and exciting way to have the family eating tons of veggies. You can process various veggies from Celery, to Brocolli, Cauliflower, Bell Peppers etc and incorporate into the dish. As long as the consistency is like the minced meat, people will eat it all along side without turning up their nose to so much veggies.”


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BOLOGNESE SAUCE This easy Bolognese sauce recipe is such a hit! It’s sweet, spicy, flavorful and easy to re-create. TIPS The longer you cook the sauce, the more the flavor evolves and taste matures. Make sure to cook down the sauce on the lowest heat and cover for proper heat redistribution. I used a Dutch oven because it keeps and redistributes heat best. For this sauce, less seasoning powder and more herbs, salt and pepper will draw you closer to Bologna 😁. Feel free to process your carrots to a smoother consistency if you don’t like the texture or look of it chopped. I like it for disparity. I used sweet red wine and I loved the outcome. Finally, the thin line between minced meat stew and BOLOGNESE SAUCE is in the presence of cooking down and absence of frying. I made sure to incorporate tomatoes and I time when it could absolutely not fry. If you fry your tomatoes and tin paste for any reason, you have made stew be that oo 🤷🏾‍♀️ Slow cooking the sauce in wine and broth gives it a fresh, Italian vibe and is the separating factor from stew. Feel free to cook your pasta into the sauce once it’s done or store in the freezer for various dishes and uses. Bolognese is also a good and exciting way to have the family eating tons of veggies. You can process various veggies from Celery, to Brocolli, Cauliflower, Bell Peppers etc and incorporate into the dish. As long as the consistency is like the minced meat, people will eat it all along side without turning up their nose to so much veggies. Who is trying this soon? PS: LIKING IS FREE, INDULGE ME 😁 #food #foodporn #beef #foodphotography #yummy #delicious #foodstagram #bolognese #foodblogger #foodlover #foodgasm #pastalover #mincedmeat #foodblog #TKOshoots #cnnfood #foodblogfeed #foodstyling #spaghettibolognese #sidedish #explorepage #pasta #homemade #picoftheday #pineapples #sauce #bologna #groundbeef #spaghetti #spaghettisauce

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