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    What can I make with bolognaise sauce that isn't spaghetti or lasagne? I need some new ideas!!

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    Shephards pie
    Bolognese sauce on baked spuds

    Thats all i got this early in the day lol

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    not at all healthy but so yum- the sauce inside puff pastry with melted cheese and chuck in oven- so yum haha

    - tacos/ burritoes
    - sheperds pie
    - toasted sandwiches with mince sauce

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    Default Bolognaise sauce

    Baked potato? Moussaka which is like lasagna but slices of eggplant instead of pasta (that's how I make it anyway, I'm not Greek so I may be wrong!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louy View Post
    What can I make with bolognaise sauce that isn't spaghetti or lasagne? I need some new ideas!!
    Add some kidney beans and chilli and serve with rice and you have a makeshift chilli con carne.

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    Use it as a home made pizza topping, use it on baked spuds. I serve it poured over steamed veg (broccoli, carrot, sweet potato, pumpkin etc) with cheese on top, mix with veg and use to make pies in a pie maker, cook arborio rice in it to make a risotto, use to top spinach and ricotta cannelloni, use as a toasted sandwich filling.

    Versatile stuff, bolognese

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    Mini pies using puff pastry and a muffin pan or a little pie machine if you have one

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    I make dumplings in it. Mix self-raising flour with enough milk or water to make a thick paste and add herbs of your choice. You can also add grated Parmesan or your fave cheese. Have the bol sauce simmering in a big frypan and put big dollops of dumpling in, say 6 in a pan. Then cover with a lid, foil or baking tray and simmer on low. In about 13 minutes you should have nice fluffy dumplings - cut into one to check. Serve with lots of veg to make it healthier.

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    You guys are making me hungry!!!

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    Oh I also make cheats lasange.... Just cook some macaroni and mix it through the Bol and then top with a white sauce and cheese alot quickers then all the layering and todder friendly

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