Pasta “Bolognese” with wine

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Preparation description:
To make pasta “Bolognese” at home, you can use both fresh tomatoes and in juice. In summer, you can add fresh basil and oregano to the sauce, with them the sauce will become even tastier and more aromatic.

Prepare all ingredients. Peel the onion, wash with the tomatoes, pat dry.

Fry the onion cut into small cubes in vegetable oil.

Add mince to skillet. Break the lumps with a wooden spatula, simmer the minced meat for 10 minutes.

Cut the tomatoes into quarters, grate the pulp, discard the peel. Transfer the tomato puree to the pan, pour in the wine, simmer over low heat for another 10 minutes. Often, tomatoes in juice are used instead of fresh tomatoes.

Add dried herbs, salt and pepper to taste.

In the meantime, cook the spaghetti according to the instructions.

Transfer the spaghetti to the bolognese sauce, mix everything gently.

Arrange the finished dish on plates, generously sprinkle with grated parmesan and serve immediately. Bon appetit!

Pasta “Bolognese” with wine

Preparation description:

To make pasta “Bolognese” at home, you can use both fresh tomatoes and in juice. In summer, you can add fresh basil and oregano to the sauce, with them the sauce will become even tastier and more aromatic.

Prepare all ingredients. Peel the onion, wash with the tomatoes, pat dry.

Fry the onion cut into small cubes in vegetable oil.

Add mince to skillet. Break the lumps with a wooden spatula, simmer the minced meat for 10 minutes.

Cut the tomatoes into quarters, grate the pulp, discard the peel. Transfer the tomato puree to the pan, pour in the wine, simmer over low heat for another 10 minutes. Often, tomatoes in juice are used instead of fresh tomatoes.

Add dried herbs, salt and pepper to taste.

In the meantime, cook the spaghetti according to the instructions.

Transfer the spaghetti to the bolognese sauce, mix everything gently.

Arrange the finished dish on plates, generously sprinkle with grated parmesan and serve immediately. Bon appetit!

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