Bolognese - Primal, Paleo, Kid Friendly and Clean Eating
Bolognese is one of those dishes that everyone knows and probably has their version of it. While traditionally Bolognese is used for dressing pasta, this meaty sauce is a perfect centrepiece to a meal instead of dressing.
This dish is full of flavour and tastes better the day after you make it.
Bolognese is an easy recipe to make, it is check and makes the perfect weeknight dinner.
500g beef mince
2 tins chopped tomatoes
2 onions, finely diced
2 garlic cloves, minced
2 tbsp. tomato puree
2 tbsp. olive oil
a handful of basil, plus extra for garnish.
1 tsp dried oregano.
Put a large stock pot over a medium heat.
Add the olive oil to the pan, when the oil is hot add the onions and stir the onions.
Reduce the onions when they start to colour.
Add the garlic, basil and oregano.
Add the mince to the pan with the onions, cook the meat off until it is browned.
Stir in the chopped tomatoes and puree, turn up the heat to bring the liquids up to a boil, when you have rolling bubbles reduce the heat and keep stirring everything.
When you get to a gentle simmer, put the lid on your pan and let everything cook down for a least an hour, stir the sauce now and then to make sure it doesn't stick or catch on the bottom.
Serve over some coodles with some grated parmesan cheese.