Wonderful recipe! I used white beans and regular spaghetti (instead of whole wheat). It filled my husband and me up with out being heavy. Very easy to make and I had everything in my pantry! I'm going to vary this with different beans and such. Black beans and cilantro maybe instead of white beans and parsley, for example.
From EatingWell: December 2006
Fiber-rich beans stand in for the beef and pork in this surprisingly rich-tasting vegetarian take on pasta Bolognese. Without the meat, the dish has only a third of the fat and 80 percent less saturated fat. To make the perfect meal, serve with a peppery arugula salad and warm, crusty Italian bread.
29 Reviews for Bean Bolognese
This is one of my favorites! I made it quite often. Even my meat and potatoes husband likes it!
I love this this dish! It satisfies my meaty-pasta craving like no other healthy meal can.
As a pasta-loving vegetarian, this is the perfect meal for me. Came out great with white and pink kidney beans.
I would like to note, though, that it's difficult to find canned diced tomatoes without tons of added salt, which is gross. I left out the salt called for in the recipe, and the dish did not suffer for it.