Quick Pasta Bolognese

January/February 2013

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Who doesn’t love pasta with a quick meat sauce? This crowd-pleasing healthy spaghetti Bolognese recipe is a boon for busy cooks—it’s ready and on the table in just 40 minutes.

Quick Pasta Bolognese Recipe

4 Reviews for Quick Pasta Bolognese

Tihs recipe was delicious!!

This was very easy to make with all fresh ingredients I already had on hand. I had some fresh mushrooms I wanted to use and we are cutting back on meat, so I substituted the mushrooms for meat and I think tasted even better as I have made this before without changing anything. I did cut the garlic in half too as we have large garlic bulbs so was too garlicky last time. Definitely a keeper and hubby loved it too :-).

Lots of veggies and low in fat
Rich, Flavorful Pasta!

This recipe was SO easy and the ingredients are basics in my pantry! I used my chopper to dice the veggies really small - pencil eraser size. I sauteed without the olive oil (although olive oil is a heart healthy oil!), such a small amount anyway. I don't eat red meat so I used ground turkey breast instead; this would also be good with ground chicken or chicken sausage. Last, I served my family's on whole wheat pasta and for me, to cut out all calories possible, I served mine on Shirataki fettuccini noodles I had dry-fried (the key to eating these noodles!). Holy was really good!!

Full of veggies, easy to make, quick, even better the second day
Great pasta dish

Was very good. Didn't use as much meat but it looked like it had a lot of meat in it because of the vegetables. Tasted really good and husband loved it too. It's a keeper.

Didn't use as much meat
Pasta lovers rejoice

This is a wonderful dinner with lots of flavor, yet it doesn't feel like your eating well. I will make this again and again. My new favorite pasta dish.

Tastes like I just ate at an Itailian resaurant,

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