Bolognese Sauce

These chunky homemade Bolognese sauces are filled with meats and vegetables to make a hearty addition to pasta. Flavored with wine and an array of spices, these homemade Bolognese sauces can easily satisfy a hungry family or guests at your next dinner party.

30-Minute Bolognese

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Easy Bolognese

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A combination of turkey bacon and beef give this pasta sauce real staying power while a splash of red wine deepens the flavor.

Pasta with Bolognese Sauce

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Bolognese sauce is a hearty Italian meat and vegetable sauce flavored with red wine and cream.

Bolognese Meat Sauce with Pasta

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Traditionally, Bolognese (boh-luh-NEEZ) sauce is full of meat. In this more healthful version, a portion of the meat is replaced with lentils, cutting fat and calories.

Pork and Porcini Bolognese

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One secret to a delicious Bolognese sauce is to add dried porcini mushrooms. A tiny amount of these dried mushrooms adds unbelievable richness to this main dish.

Lasagna Bolognese

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A luscious pan of lasagna is tough to beat when you're craving comfort food. This classic casserole tastes just like an Italian grandma's recipe.

Pasta with Chicken and Sausage

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Chicken, Italian sausage, and shrimp combine to make this hearty pasta sauce.

Spaghetti with Best-Ever Bolognese Sauce

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Get a budget-friendly start on the meat-lovers' sauce by using ground chuck. It cooks in less than 30 minutes but tastes like it simmered all day.

Basic Beef Bolognese

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Ground turkey can be used as a substitute for the meat in this tomato-based sauce recipe. Or try a vegetarian version with mushrooms.

Bolognese Sauce

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You can serve half of this 8-serving meat sauce now and freeze the other half for another meal.

shut up and eat it

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Chicken, Italian sausage, and shrimp combine to make this hearty pasta sauce.

Beef Ragu with Garbanzo Beans

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