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Greek Bolognese Sauce Recipe with no Tomato

Hey there!!! How is everyone?  Things are good over on this side of the world..My friend arrived on Saturday and I have to admit she is in that Culture Shock stage at the moment.  It does happen to everyone when we travel to new countries, seeing so many different things that it has to offer.  I am truly happy that she is here so that she can experience what the Netherlands has to offer. 🙂

We returned from the airport a bit later in the day and to be honest I did not have the time to prepare anything for dinner, so I went straight for the easiest recipe that I could think of  that everyone loves..PASTAAAA!!!  but not just plain pasta, but Pasta Bolognese. 🙂  Since I had no tomatoes and it was already quite late I took out a few carrots that I had in the fridge and shredded them, poured in a few tablespoons of Worcestershire Sauce and poooofff I was done, a much better option for late night dinner eating. 🙂



This week I have much to saw her so we are off to the Van Gogh Museum, 🙂  (Personally, I am more of a Claude Monet fan) 🙂 but I do know that there are some of his painting in the Museum. Since I haven’t been there in over two years, I will absolutely enjoy the day at the museum and Amsterdam along with my friend. 🙂

 

 

 

Would love to hear feedback if  you do make this recipe 🙂

Have a good week everyone 🙂

Ingredients:

2 Carrots (shredded)

1 kilo Ground Beef

1 onion ( chopped)

4 tablespoons of Soy Sauce or Worcestershire Sauce

1/2 cup Olive Oil

1 Cinnamon Stick

Salt & Pepper

Preparation:

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Add Olive Oil into pot along with the shredded carrots.  Sauté until carrots are slightly golden brown.

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Continue by adding in the ground beef…along with the rest of the ingredients.  Now I like to change the taste so this time around I used Worcestershire Sauce, to give it a smokier taste since there were no added tomatoes.  

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Simmer for about 1 hour on low heat.    Top on Pasta with Cheese and just enjoy.

Kali Orexi!!! 🙂

 

Comments (13)

  • It looks delicious. I am going to try it next weekend 😊

    foodzesty 5 days ago Reply

    Thank you so much Lisa…..you already know why I responded late 🙂 spent most of my time with my friend… so sorry huge hugs

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    foodzesty 5 days ago Reply

    Thank you very much for the re blog 🙂

  • Diana Tyler (la muse excentrique) ☕ 1 week ago Reply

    Sounds nice and simple! I, too, love Claude Monet! 😄Do have a blessed week. 💙

    foodzesty 5 days ago Reply

    Huggeee hugssss….and thank you so sorry for my late response….spend time with my friend

    Diana Tyler (la muse excentrique) ☕ 3 days ago

    No need to apologize at all! I’m happy that you got to spend time with your friend. 😄

    foodzesty 3 days ago

    Thank you 🙂

    Diana Tyler (la muse excentrique) ☕ 2 days ago

    You’re welcome!

  • Jyo 1 week ago Reply

    Your dishes are always interesting Sophie 👍

    foodzesty 5 days ago Reply

    Thank you Jyooo very grateful for your kind comment. 🙂

  • dtills 1 week ago Reply

    Have a wonderful time with your buddy😊💕

    foodzesty 5 days ago Reply

    I did Dee 🙂

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