Spaghetti Bolognese


For the first time Konjac Spaghetti eaten. Taste was tasty the sauce should really do it. Would certainly try some other recipes of it. Here I explain the recipe how I made it.

Ingredients:

1 onion

150 gr carrot

500 gr ground beef

1 beef broth cube

600 ml tomato cubes

1 small can of tomato paste

1 tsp oregano

Konjac Spaghetti

pepper and salt

Extra: Parmesan


Chop the onion and chop the carrots into cubes. Then put them with some oil in a snack pan and fruit everything on. Add the minced meat and fry this rul. Then add the tomato paste and fry with it for 2 minutes.

Dissolve the broth cube in 100 ml of boiling water. Add the broth together with the tomato cubes to the pan. Season the sauce with oregano and possibly a pinch of pepper and salt.

Then put the konjac spaghetti together with the fork and stir well by stirring through the spaghetti sauce and let the bolognese sauce simmer together with the konjac spaghetti for 30 minutes until it is thickened.

Tip: If you want extra vegetables, add some mushrooms, celery or paprika. Or serve the pasta with a tasty salad.

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