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December 18, 2006


spaghetti.jpgI listened to Jamie Oliver's Podcasts yesterday and notably found an original Italian recipe for SpagBol (Spaghetti Bolognese) by Jamie's friend Gennaro Contaldo. I haven't tried it yet, but my own recipe goes a lot differently - I like it with Carrots and a lot of chopped tomatoes. But here it goes, transcribed by me from the Podcast:


  • extra virgin Olive Oil
  • finely sliced Onions
  • Celery
  • Half Pork & Beef minced Meat
  • 1 Glass of Red Wine
  • Couple of Spoons Tomato Puree, concentrated
  • 1/2-1 l of Stock
  • Bunch Rosemary
Sweat Onions and Celery in Oil. Add Minced Meat and loosen it up.
When the meat is browned add a glass of vine and let evaporate for a bit. Then add Tomato Puree, and fill up with Stock.
Add whole Rosemary and season (with Salt and Pepper).
Slowly simmer over very little heat for about an hour. Take out the Rosemary and serve (with Spaghetti cooked al dente and sprinkle with freshly grated Parmigiano Reggiano).

Listen to the Podcast yourself and see if I forgot anything - the annotations in the (round brackets) are my assumptions. Also check Wikipedia on Bolognese Sauce.

Posted by marco at December 18, 2006 2:00 PM in Category Recipes

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Mmh. Keine Karotten?
Aber was absolut fantastisch in einer Bolognese-Soße ist: gewürfelter Parma- oder Serranoschinken. Wird mit dem Fleisch zusammen angebraten und gibt eine lustige Konsistenz.

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