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Bolognese sauce is called Ragù alla bolognese in Italy. It’s a sauce with meat you mix with the pasta. The sauce came from Bologna in Italy. Bolognese sauce is a sauce with tomatoes. Most Italian people eat their Bolognese sauce with tagliatelle, a kind of pasta.
Spaghetti alla Bolognese [change]
In 1982, the Bolognese delegation, said that the recipe may only exist of beef, pancetta, onions, carrots, celery, tomato paste, meat broth, red wine and milk or cream. There are different recipes of Bolognese sauce. Some of the recipes contain chopped pork or pork sausage. You also can use some other ingredients like mushrooms.
Spaghetti Bolognese is popular outside of Italy. You serve the sauce on a bed of spaghetti with a little bit of grated cheese put on. The dish has never existed in Bologna, because there they always eat the Bolognese sauce with tagliatelle, penne, rigatoni, pappardelle or fettuccine. They also use it together with béchamel sauce to make lasagne. Spaghetti is popular in Sweden, Denmark, United Kingdom and the United States. In china they serve the bolognese sauce with noodles. Its called Chinese spaghetti.
References and further reading [change]
- Kaspar, Lynne Rossetto (1st Edition: September 21, 1992) The Splendid Table: Recipes from Emilia-Romagna, the Heartland of Northern Italian Food, Morrow Cookbooks. ISBN 0-688-08963-1.
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