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    This might sound really weird but when watching my weight i used to have it over a bowl of finely shredded iceberg lettuce. Topped with cheese and Mashed avo. Sometimes i would add beans to make it more mexican style. Hope that doesn't gross anyone out!!!!!

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    Could you make some Bolognease scrolls?

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    Boil some potato gnocchi until they start to rise to the surface, drain. Put the bolognese sauce in a baking dish & top with the gnocchi and lots of grated cheese.

    It's so easy and it's the only way I enjoy potato gnocchi!

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    Quote Originally Posted by acerbaby View Post
    This might sound really weird but when watching my weight i used to have it over a bowl of finely shredded iceberg lettuce. Topped with cheese and Mashed avo. Sometimes i would add beans to make it more mexican style. Hope that doesn't gross anyone out!!!!!
    Sounds yum!

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    Default Bolognaise sauce

    Can anyone give me a tasty bolognaise recipe? I'm over tinned stuff lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2mj View Post
    Can anyone give me a tasty bolognaise recipe? I'm over tinned stuff lol.
    Thing of mince (depends how much you want, we use a small one)
    an onion
    2 garlic cloves
    jar of tomato pasta sauce
    teaspoon of tomato sauce ( like ketchup)
    teaspoon of sugar
    teaspoon of vegetta ( could use salt)
    table spoon tomato paste

    fry it all off and te. simmer honestly for up to 2 hours ( tastes better the longer )

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2mj View Post
    Can anyone give me a tasty bolognaise recipe? I'm over tinned stuff lol.
    1 onion, chopped
    500g mince
    800g can tinned chopped tomatoes
    1/3 cup tomato paste
    Oregano
    Basil
    1 tsp sugar
    I also add grated carrot and some chopped red capsicum for extra veggies

    Cook the onion until soft, add mince and cook until browned. Add remaining ingredients and simmer with the lid on for 20 minutes. I also simmer with the lid off for a little while if it needs thickening.

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    Fry chopped onion and garlic and chopped carrot and celery in olive oil for ten mins - add the best quality mince you can afford and fry until brown , add cup red wine and season well with sea salt and black pepper, once wine is reduced add 2 cans chopped Italian tomatoes , fresh thyme and loads of fresh basil and simmer for 2 hours until you have a thick glossy meat sauce !

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    Default Bolognaise sauce

    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post
    Boil some potato gnocchi until they start to rise to the surface, drain. Put the bolognese sauce in a baking dish & top with the gnocchi and lots of grated cheese.

    It's so easy and it's the only way I enjoy potato gnocchi!
    Yum I'm trying this one with the leftover sauce I've got in the freezer


 

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