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Spaghetti Bolognese

Not so long ago, I made my very first Spaghetti Bolognese ever.

Hell, I never even cooked anything with mince before.

I’ve been a fan of mince for a couple of years now and I had no idea how good it was ans what I was missing out on. Now it’s one of my favourites, along with a couple of other mince dishes.

I was a very fussy eater in my childhood. I would only eat certain foods. Didn’t eat all of my veggies. Never ate a lot of fruit either. I hated mince with a passion. Never liked the way it smelled when it was being cooked.

But now my favourite mince dishes are the Bolognese and beef tacos. I can eat about 6 tacos. They are so delicious.

The Bolognese sauce is a secret family recipe that I’m only just learning to make. But I can tell you that it is certainly easier than I thought it was. I did have some help, some verbal instructions. I didn’t have a written recipe at all.

Oh and cutting the onions for this sauce were a killer. I’ve become sensitive to the sulphur from the onion. Even eschalots can make me cry sometimes.

 

 

 

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And the best and only way to tell when I’m enjoying my spaghetti Bolognese is by getting the sauce all over my face.  (sorry, I have no photo of that – but that’s probably a good thing).

 

I hope I didn’t make you guys too hungry after that.

~ Wendy

 

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2 thoughts on “Spaghetti Bolognese

    1. There are a few different types of mince as in Beef, pork, lamb, chicken mince etc. Basically it’s meat that is ground up using a machine, and minced into tiny pieces. And you can use mince in a variety of dishes.

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