Bolognese
NOTE:
You can change up the Bolognese sauce by
putting a serving size into a saute pan and
adding a spalsh of HEAVY Whipping Cream and
heating up so it now becomes CREAMY
Bolognese Sauce. (this tastes great as one of
the layers in Lasagna)
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INGREDIENTS:

About 1 lb. Ground Beef
2 Cups Parmesan
1 large Onion, chopped
Salt and Pepper
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil and
1/4 Cup Olive Oil
1 Celery stalk
1 Large Carrot
2-4 Bay Leafs
2 Tablespoons ea. of Parsley & Oregano
6 or more Garlic Cloves
4-6 Whole Nutmeg Cloves
8x8 inch or so of Cheese cloth (for the whole nutmeg)
1 Cup Merlot (or any DRY Red Wine)-- optional; you can
add a small handful of Sugar instead
LARGE can (approx 6 lbs) Ground Tomatoes
Pasta of Choice
Blender or food processor of some sort.

DIRECTIONS:
Put the WHOLE Nutmeg Cloves in center of Cheesecloth
portion.
If you can't find Cheesecloth or don't have Whole Cloves,
you can use a BABY pinch of ground Nutmeg.
Wrap up and tie securely. The Cheesecloth prevents the
Whole Nutmeg Cloves from floating around the sauce and
chipping a tooth. After cooking, the Cheesecloth is easy to
find and removed.

"Hair" by peeling the Celery, chop up.

Peel Garlic. If you chop off the ends, the peel comes right off.
Dice Onion, Peel and cut Carrot.

Put half the chopped Onions in Meat.
Now you're going to blend the other half of the chopped
Onion, Garlic, Carrot, and Celery in about 1/4 Cup of Olive Oil.
If you don't have a blender or food processor, chop up very
fine.
With about 2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil (enough to coat the
bottom of a large pot) begin to brown the Ground Beef with
the onions, Salt, Pepper, Oregano & Parsley.
Add the blended/diced up Vegetables and stir.
Now add the Tomato Sauce, the Bay Leafs and Cloves.
Stir, simmer for a few min.
Add the dry Red Wine, stir. (you can also add a small handful
of Sugar instead).
Top with a lot of Parmesan Cheese, DON'T stir this, it will seep
down into the sauce.
Cover and simmer on low for about 1/2 hour. Stir and top with
a bit more Cheese, simmer for 1/2 hour more.

Plate cooked Pasta, top with Sauce and more Cheese.

Remember, refrigerated Spaghetti sauce ALWAYS tastes
better the next day!!
You can freeze a lot of this sauce as well.