When it comes to bolognese, meat is king.
This classic Italian dish is so well known that you could almost get lost in its flavors, flavors that have only been achieved with the addition of tomatoes and other vegetables.
But there are many more things that you can do to enjoy this classic dish.
Read More to make it a bit easier.
To start, the classic tomato sauce (basil sauce) is the key to the bologneese.
It’s the same sauce you’d use to make tomato sauce at home, except this time, you can make it from tomatoes instead of other types of vegetables.
This makes it a great accompaniment to meat, and a great way to add a touch of complexity to your meat-centric dinner.
You’ll need a saucepan and a cheese grater to grind your tomatoes.
And, because it’s made from tomatoes, you’re guaranteed to find it in any grocery store or deli that sells Italian food.
To make the sauce, add about 1 cup (about 2 ounces) of tomato juice to 1 cup of water.
Then add the tomato paste, garlic, oregano, salt, and pepper to the water and bring to a boil.
Let it simmer for about 10 minutes, or until it’s reduced to a smooth consistency.
When the tomato sauce is finished, add in the bierlione, which is the base of the sauce.
Add a few spoonfuls of chopped red pepper flakes to the tomato mixture and mix well.
Then, add the cooked pasta, basil, and some grated Parmesan cheese, and stir until everything is coated in the sauce and the sauce is evenly distributed.
The result is a bolognian sauce that tastes exactly like the classic Italian bier.
Try adding a dollop of extra Parmesan to this recipe if you prefer a bit more flavor.