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To get started with this recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can have simple bolognese using 17 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook it.
The ingredients needed to make Simple Bolognese:
Make ready beef mince
Get carrots (depending on size)
Get large onion
Take celery stick
Make ready large cloves of garlic
Get mushrooms (optional)
Make ready red wine (or cooking red wine)
Get beef stock cube
Take finely chopped Thyme & Rosemary
Make ready Worcestershire sauce
Take chopped tomatoes
Take Drizzle of olive oil
Take tomato paste
Take Salt & pepper (to taste)
Take double cream (or milk)
Steps to make Simple Bolognese:
Prepare all your veggies by peeling and grating the carrots on a fine grate so it's like a mooshy paste. Finely chop onion, garlic, celery and mushrooms.
Prepare a saucepan filling up with water and adding a tbsp of olive oil and a sprinkle of salt and placing on a medium heat with lid on for the spaghetti later on.
Heat up a large saucepan (one with a high width) on high heat and add a drizzle of olive oil, once heated add the finely grated carrot and sweat off the carrot for a minute, when done add in all the beef and break the mince with a wooden spoon until almost fully cooked.
Once the mince is nearly all turned brown add in the onion and garlic and sweat off for a further 2 minutes, then add the celery and sweat for another minute or two and again with the mushrooms. Once the mushrooms are half cooked through (about 4-5 minutes cooking) add in the red wine and cook till it's reduced by 2/3.
Once the red wine has reduced add in the tin of tomatoes and Worcestershire sauce, cook this for a further 3 minutes and then add the tomato paste and beef stock cube to the remaining watery part the vegetables and meat have left behind (this should give it more flavour and thicken to your preferred thickness, if I want a thick sauce I tend to use gravy as it keeps flavour rather than cornflour) let this then simmer on medium heat for 10-15 minutes to reduce a little.
While letting the Bolognese reduce you can now add in the spaghetti turning on the heat from medium to high and cooking for 3-4 minutes until al-dente.
Once the mince has reduced add in the hurbs (rosemary and thyme) and salt and pepper with the cream or milk and stir together turning the heat off. Once the spaghetti is al-dente add it to the Bolognese and mix together with tongs and then serve garnshing with basil and adding parmesan if prefured.
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