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Mom’s Quick Bolognese And Sloppy Joe Sauce

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Adjust Servings:
1 Lb / 1/2 Kg Ground Beef
1 Onions Big onion
1 red bell pepper
1 Carrot
1 Small Can Tomato paste About 3 Table Spoons
2 Cups chicken stock
1 Tsp Crushed Red Pepper
1 Tsp Black Pepper
3 Tsp Salt
1 Tsp Sugar Optional
1.5 Tbsp oil Vegetable oil

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Mom’s Quick Bolognese And Sloppy Joe Sauce

  • Gluten Free
  • 40 Minutes
  • Serves 6
  • Easy




Yes, It’s 2 For 1 and You’ll Love it!

I can’t even count the number of times I’ve had mom’s quick bolognese. In just over half an hour you get a whole rich meal that we loved eating with spaghetti, was perfect the next day and so yummy just eaten in a sandwich!!

There’s exactly 5 minutes of preparation for this dish. Chopping the onion, carrot and bell pepper and that’s it! Then it’s basic sautéing the onion, frying the meat and adding tomato paste and chicken stock.

I love eating it with any type of pasta. It survives for days in the fridge (assuming you dont eat it) and it is seriously amazing in a bun or a pita bread!

Check the Farfalle with Ragu Bolognese If you’d like a more comprehensive recipe for Bolognese Sauce. It is really worth the effort!

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10 Minutes

Prepping the Onion and carrot

Chop the onion and saute in the pan with 1.5 table spoons of vegetable oil on a medium heat. After 5 minutes add the carrot and saute them both for 5 more minutes or till lightly brown.

12 Minutes

Fry the Beef

Add the beef to the pan and start to break it quickly. Don't jut let it sit there or it will combine to big chunks and that's not the texture we want. Let it cook for 10 minutes while stirring it occasionally. After all the liquids evaporated the ground beef is ready. Just add the pepper and 2 teaspoons of salt!

15-25 Minutes

Making The Sauce

Move all the beef to a small pot on medium heat. Add the tomato paste one spoon at a time while slowly adding the chicken stock and mixing it all together. Bring to a boil and turn the heat to low. Add the carrot, crushed red pepper and salt and cook for 10 more minutes. The sauce is ready although often if I have time I'd let it simmer for 20 more minutes to add more richness!


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