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Delicious Veal and Pork Bolognese Sauce

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Nutritional information

516.9
Calories
280 g
Calories From Fat
31.2 g
Total Fat
10.1 g
Saturated Fat
120.3 mg
Cholesterol
905.3 mg
Sodium
18.1 g
Carbs
4.2 g
Dietary Fiber
3.4 g
Sugars
32.9 g
Protein
544g
Serving Size

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Delicious Veal and Pork Bolognese Sauce

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Made this tonight to rave reviews from DH and DD. DH said it's the best meat sauce he's ever had! This has a lot of depth of flavor and the time put into making it was definitely worth it. I followed the recipe exactly except that I only had diced canned tomatoes, not crushed, and I don't eat veal on principle, so used regular ground beef instead. Don't know if it was one of those changes, but after the initial 2 hours simmering, there was still a lot of liquid to boil off. I increased the heat for the last hour, stirring frequently, and cooked off about 2 inches of liquid from the pot. This isn't a complaint by any means, I'm sure the extra cooking time allowed the flavors to meld into something wonderful. Just an observation. Thanks for another winner, Kittencal! My whole family knows that when I say it's a Kittencal recipe they should expect greatness!

  • 2hrs 30mins
  • Serves 6

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Prep Time: 20 m   |   Cook Time: 2hrs 30mins   |  Serves: 6

Delicious Veal and Pork Bolognese Sauce, This sauce must be cooked for 2 hours or even more is even better! the first hour covered then the last uncovered If possible prepare this sauce one day in advance and refrigerated, it will increase the flavor This is a very hearty sauce, you can also add in a can or plum tomatoes, chopped and drained if desired ”, Made this tonight to rave reviews from DH and DD DH said it’s the best meat sauce he’s ever had! This has a lot of depth of flavor and the time put into making it was definitely worth it I followed the recipe exactly except that I only had diced canned tomatoes, not crushed, and I don’t eat veal on principle, so used regular ground beef instead Don’t know if it was one of those changes, but after the initial 2 hours simmering, there was still a lot of liquid to boil off I increased the heat for the last hour, stirring frequently, and cooked off about 2 inches of liquid from the pot This isn’t a complaint by any means, I’m sure the extra cooking time allowed the flavors to meld into something wonderful Just an observation Thanks for another winner, Kittencal! My whole family knows that when I say it’s a Kittencal recipe they should expect greatness!, Made this tonight to rave reviews from DH and DD DH said it’s the best meat sauce he’s ever had! This has a lot of depth of flavor and the time put into making it was definitely worth it I followed the recipe exactly except that I only had diced canned tomatoes, not crushed, and I don’t eat veal on principle, so used regular ground beef instead Don’t know if it was one of those changes, but after the initial 2 hours simmering, there was still a lot of liquid to boil off I increased the heat for the last hour, stirring frequently, and cooked off about 2 inches of liquid from the pot This isn’t a complaint by any means, I’m sure the extra cooking time allowed the flavors to meld into something wonderful Just an observation Thanks for another winner, Kittencal! My whole family knows that when I say it’s a Kittencal recipe they should expect greatness!

 

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Steps

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Heat the oil in a large heavy-bottomed pot over medium heat.

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Add in the diced bacon and saute until beginning to brown (about 5 minutes).

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Add in the onion, celery, carrot, garlic, thyme, basil, dryed pepper flakes and bay leaves; saute for about 5-6 minutes.

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Add in tomato paste; cook stiring with a wooden spoon for 2 minutes.

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Then add in the ground veal and pork; cook until cooked through and well browned (about 12 minutes, the meat should be BROWNED well!).

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Add in the wine then simmer for about 8 minutes uncovered.

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Add in the broth and crushed tomatoes; reduce heat to low, cover and simmer for 1 hour, stirring often with a wooden spoon.

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Uncover and season with salt and pepper; simmer for another hour or more (uncovered).

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If you prefer a creamy sauce, add in about 1/4 cup whipping cream towards the end of cooking.

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Serve over cooked pasta and top with parmesan cheese.

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Bobby Ryan

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