The classic recipe of one of the most appreciated Italian dish worldwide!

Take some time for this one as the classic Bolognese sauce needs a long cooking process.

Once done the results will be amazing and everybody at your table will dig into it!

Check out here how to make this recipe!

Ingredients (4 servings) :

  • 475g Minced meat;
  • 1 Celery stalk;
  • Half red onion;
  • 1 Carrot;
  • 4 Tablespoon oil;
  • 1 Parsley branch;
  • Half cup of red wine;
  • Half cup of Milk;
  • 700g Tomato sauce;
  • Salt;
  • Pepper.


First step is to make the sautéed vegetables that are going to be the base of our sauce.

Cut very finely the carrot, the celery and the onion then, pour everything in the pan with four tablespoon of olive oil.

Cover the pan and let the vegetables cook for 10 minutes at a low intensity flame.

Slightly salt the mix when five minutes have passed.

When the 10 minutes are gone, increase the flame intensity and pour the meat.

The one I chose was a mix of minced pig and cow, that is perfect for this of recipe.

The truth is that here you can experiment as I also tasted very good variations of Bolognese using various types of meat, even chicken!

Once you added the meat, take out the leaves of parsley from the branch and cut them finely before adding them to the mix.

Stir continuously in this phase as you don’t want the meat to burn.

When the meat start feeling dry and attaching to the pan add the red wine.

Continue the cooking process until the wine completely evaporates.

The meat should have now a more dark color than before.

Now that the alcohol completely evaporated add the tomato sauce.

Throw in also salt and pepper.

At this point move the pan onto a smaller flame, set it to the minimum and then cover it up.

The sauce has to cook for at least two hours and a half.

Stir it every once in a while.

When the time has passed taste it to check the saltiness and add the cup of milk.

Stir roughly in order to make the milk mix with the other ingredients and then its done!

Your Bolognese Ragù is ready to be served!

Now cook some pasta and once ready mix it with your Bolognese sauce.

I would suggest a short type of pasta like penne for this kind of recipe.

Put some parmesan on top of it and enjoy!

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